Towels & Washcloths
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Scandinavian Dishcloth Designed by Marie Stendahl
Clean-up needn't be dull work. These cheerful cloths bring a bit of warmth and whimsy to the job. The designs are unmistakably Scandinavian in bright colors to last. These cloths are a wonder in the kitchen, wonderfully absorbent, leaving kitchen...
Iowa Dish Towel
This original design from Catstudio celebrates the great State of Iowa with Decorah noted as a Norwegian flag.The design is HAND-DRAWN and created with an insider's perspective, taking even the smallest details to heart. Each dish towel is made from 100% hand-loomed...
Drying Mat - Blueberries
Made from the same super absorbent material as the amazing Scandinavian dish cloth, these mats will absorb 16 times their weight in water – equally perfect for placing under freshly washed produce or freshly washed dishes! Made of earth-friendly 70% cellulose...
Marius Table Runner from Ekelund
The designer Unn Soiland made history in the 1950s, designing new innovative handknit patterns, and using wool with bright colors. This became popular and "Norwegian sweaters" became a great international fashion. The Marius design later became a Norwegian icon by...
Pineapple Tea Towel by Jim Shore
White with colorful embroidered design by Jim Shore. 100% cotton. Taking designs derived from quilting, rosemaling, appliqué, and flat perspective folk art, Jim creates an authentic new work of art rooted in a shared heritage that dates back generations.
Attebladrose Runner from Ekelund - Off White
Ekelund collections of textiles are some of the finest woven table and kitchen linens available. They reflect the taste and style of the Scandinavian good life. Established in 1692, all Ekelund linens are woven at the old family mill with...
Attebladrose Placemat from Ekelund - Off White
These collections of textiles are some of the finest woven table and kitchen linens available. They reflect the taste and style of the Scandinavian good life. Established in 1692, all Ekelund linens are woven at the old family mill with...
Ellingsgard Hallingdal-style Rosemaling Towel from Ekelund
Design from a panel in the Vesterheim collection painted by Norwegian rosemaler Nils Ellingsgard (1928-2021). Ellingsgard was one of Vesterheim’s first Folk Art School instructors and is best known for painting in the Hallingdal style. Ekelund weavers make some of...
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