TRiCKETT T(ea) Towels
The humble tea towel is by no means only intended for drying the pots. It can be used to keep food that is resting warm, wipe plates when presenting food (I’m looking at you Lee Herbert), use to keep your hands from burning when getting things out of the oven and in dire situations wiping up various bodily fluids from pets. Albert, our dog, likes to carry a tea towel in his mouth at all times, so maybe your pet might like one too.
We all have a drawer full of of pretty random and let’s face it, not very nice tea towels. So we thought it best if we use this opportunity to introduce you to the TRiCKETT House check. We are allowed a house check seeing as Iain is 1/4 Scottish and by crikey what a house check it is. Featuring all of our favourite things all wrapped in a neat little package, it’s like a ‘Where’s Wally?’ of our preferences. All drawn by the hand of our main man Tom J Newell.
The towel also has a handing loop so that you can conveniently hang it on a door / whatever you want to hang it on. At least drying the dishes will be a little more fun now.