Knitting Abbreviations Tea Towel
Are you constantly checking how to M1R or CDD? Do you know your PSSO from your YB? As for the joy that is the Kitchener stitch!! Using this tea towel is not guaranteed to help you remember all the knitting abbreviations but it might just help a little!
The typographic design is printed in a crisp black on 100% white cotton. The tea towel is 470mm x 810mm / 18.5" x 31.5". And it's perfect for a stocking filler, fibre/fiber share or secret santa [so I'm told!].
The towels wash (and dry) well and are colourfast and are printed in the UK.
They come with a paper wrapper with the warning that they should only be used ONCE all that stitching has been finished ... hmmm
Maybe drying up won't seem so much of a chore anymore ...
And for all the dishwasher owners, you don't have to use it as a tea towel, TillyFlop has fashioned cushions, project bags and zipped notion pouches with hers - see the listing photo - one tea towel makes a generous sized project bag: after all, it's just a rectangle of fabric.