Flour Sack Kitchen Tea Towel "Ohia and Lehua"
Flour Sack "Ohia and Lehua" Towel
The legend of Hawaii, the Ohia tree, and the Lehua blossom
The legend says that one day Pele met a handsome warrior named Ohia and she asked him to marry her. Ohia, however, had already pledged his love to Lehua. Pele was furious when Ohia turned down her marriage proposal, so she turned Ohia into a twisted tree. Lehua was heartbroken, of course. The gods took pity on Lehua and decided it was an injustice to have Ohia and Lehua separated. So, they turned Lehua into a flower on the Ohia tree so that the two lovers would be forever joined together. So remember, Hawaiian folklore says that if you pluck this flower you are separating the lovers, and that day it will rain.
This ECO-friendly cotton kitchen flour sack tea towel was Illustrated and hand-printed in Silk Screen by Mina Wilcox with joy from her small Art Studio in California. This towel will decorate your oven bar in the kitchen, wrap your baking goods, or make a great gift.
DETAILS: One 100% Cotton Flour Sack Towel
• Prewashed and Preshrunk
• Heavyweight fabric
• Laundered and processed in the USA
Size: Approximate 28"W x 29"H in ( W 71cm x H 73.5cm)
Printed with all natural Non-Toxic water-based ink
Care: Machine Wash Warm Water, Tumble Dry.
Kitchen Flour Sack Towels are a time-honored essential with a classic look. These towels are screen printed with Non-Toxic water-based ink on the highest quality cotton fabric and are guaranteed to provide you with the flawless look and feel that you’re hoping for. The cotton from these towels is extremely absorbent, making them ideal kitchen utensils.* Items are hand printed so color unevenness and pattern placement may vary from stock photo. If you want to see a pattern of yours. Please let me know it I will send you a photo. Colors may vary slightly on your computer screen.
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