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Charlie Chambers Jnr White Cotton Tea Towel Collection (4 Pack)

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Add some colour, pattern and vibrancy to your kitchen with these gorgeous tea towels. Made from 100% cotton they are super soft and absorbent!

These cotton Tea Towels feature unique designs created in collaboration with  Charlie Chambers Jnr

Product: Tea Towel
Materials: 200 GSM Cotton
Washing: cold hand wash
Dimensions: 50cm (W) x 70cm (L)
Story: Dolphine, Emu, Kangaroo & Turtle.
Artist: Charlie Chambers Jnr

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IB
02/25/2022
Irene B.
Australia Australia

Irene's Christmas Present 2021

The colours are lovely and the fabric is so soft

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SH
02/17/2022
Sarsha H.
Australia Australia

Flag towel

Great design love the flag

KV
02/17/2022
Kandis V.
Australia Australia

Love Blue

Loving this towel. It is soft and true to colour. Shame it is velour as print is single sided.

YB
02/15/2022
Yvonne B.
Australia Australia

Very happy with all purchases.

I appreciated that all profits were donated to worthy charities when buying on this particular day. I have bought from yarn a number of times now and have been very, very happy with all my purchases. Gifts for family and friends are especially well received from yarn too.

SO
02/07/2022
Sharon O.
Australia Australia

Crayfish Beach Towel

Very good, will buy again

MEET THE ARTIST

Charlie Chambers Jnr.

Aboriginal Jarowair man

“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and out the other. It was when I got older that I started to think about these stories and start painting them. The main reason I love painting is to keep the stories that the elders told me about the community alive.”

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