Un linge à vaisselle à l’effigie de Montréal

A new Montreal linen tea towel

A new product has recently appeared on our online store ... and it immediately found followers! Today, we tell you more about the new linen tea towel, with pretty Montreal facades.

This season, Montreal’s houses have inspired Marie-Laure who keeps drawing them, rediscovering Montreal as she walks through the streets, and with the pretty pictures you send us for Draw me my house! In spring, summer, autumn or winter, the facades are always different and continue to inspire throughout the year. And when you like it, we like it!

The linen is illustrated with 4 typical facades of Montreal. We can spot some nice details : brick walls, wrought iron staircase, bicycle or unique, colorful doors.

The illustration is printed on the linen by screen printing, a very old process originally from China. This is a printing technique that uses stencils interposed between the ink and the fabric. The screen printing gives the fabric a unique, colorful effect, so beautiful that you can expose the tea towel on the oven door ... with the best effect! Made with linen and cotton, our dishcloth is as usual designed, screen printed and sewn in Quebec. A beautiful way to make homage twice to our beautiful province!

This is the perfect hostess gift during the holiday season, or for a gift exchange around $20! Find it in our usual stockists, but also at Le petit Pop Up de Noël and at the Montreal Craft Show (booth #540). We hope you will love it!

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