Educational Tea Towels

Oct 25, 2015

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We’ve started making educational tea towels. I know what you’re thinking – *amazing* – we agree. Now you can learn stuff while you dry the dishes or wrap up your just baked scones. Designed by us and drawn by me (Hannah) we’ve so far got two in our ‘range’ which show people how to prune a fruit tree to a vase shape and what plants to grow to have healthy, happy chickens. We sourced the towels in Australia and have had a limited number screen printed locally to see if people love them as much as we do. Have a squiz….

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And the second one….

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You can snap one up of your own HERE. If you happen to be overseas and realise you can’t live without one, just send us an email (hello@toniag3.sg-host.com) and we’ll sort you out.

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12 Comments

  1. Veronica Kaczmarowski

    How do I order I love them keep producing these great gift

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  2. Meryn

    LOVE them!

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  3. Trish Wykman

    Hannah:)… tea towels are an absolute winner… poss to keep a couple aside for pick up in a coupla weeks? xx

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  4. Jess

    Can they be purchased somewhere in person if we are in Hobart? I would love a couple!

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    • Hannah Moloney

      Hi Jess,

      Sure thing – We’re actually at the Sustainable Living Festival this weekend (ending tomorrow, 4pm). Otherwise just send me an email on hello@toniag3.sg-host.com and we can sort something out.

      Cheers 🙂

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  5. Cirrelda Snider-Bryan

    These are wonderful tea towel illustrations.
    Learned that vase shape is not good for our desert southwest here in US – all that direct sun ends up burning the limbs and I’ve seen in on our apple tree.

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    • Hannah Moloney

      Good point Cirrelda, it’s all about context!

      Reply

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