All well stocked kitchens should include good towels ... and I believe in the concept of the more the merrier. Which is why I keep weaving them. :)
My handwoven towels are all cotton or a cotton/linen blend and occasionally a hemp/cotton and combine the best of everything. They are attractive, absorbent and can be tossed in the washer and then tumble dried or line dried. Iron, if needed or if you just want to. (I usually don't).
My towels vary in size because they are handmade, but average 15-17 wide and 22-26 long hemmed.
They come to you washed and dried, so there should be no more shrinkage.
This listing is for one towel. I am happy to combine orders.
Weaving is my happy place. This isn't an easy process. I spend a lot of time pondering the patterns I want to weave and then I need to do the work of winding all the yarn into a warp and placing it onto the loom. Each piece of yarn is threaded through a reed and then the heddles. After all that, I wind the yarn on and barring no mistakes, I can then begin weaving. Many hours go into the process of weaving. Weaving is truly a labor of love.