Illustrator Claudia Pearson created this tea towel in celebration of her home borough. Features a collection of icons that sums it up for her including the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, a brownstone, a jar of pickles, a pigeon, a fire hydrant and a greek deli cup in a gray and blue/green color palette.
This is a flour sack towel, a fabric that has been used for generations and is light, 100% cotton and dries quickly. Dimensions are approximately 19 x 33 inches, please note, due to the nature of the fabric the edges are not always straight and flat. It’s better for the tea towel and the environment to wash in phosphate free detergent.
Designed by a Brooklyn-based, woman-owned business.