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Sally By The Sea Conifer Towel Collection

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6-07831

Sally’s Conifer Towel Collection is a tribute to our record-breaking trees!  When it comes to really big trees, Washington is home to some champions and the Olympic National Park is home to the country’s largest Subalpine fir (~130 ft. tall), Alaska yellow-cedar ( ~126 ft. tall) and Pacific silver fir (~218 ft. tall).  But that’s not all - the Wenatchee National Forest is home to a ~103 ft. tall Subalpine Larch  and Lake Quinault is home to a ~298 ft. tall Douglas-fir.  Share this celebration of trees and the environmental frontline they provide.  Kitchen towels are silkscreened by hand with eco-friendly inks on 100% unbleached, renewable USA cotton. Trio is packed in a rustic woden basket.

$26.00

Sally’s Conifer Towel Collection is a tribute to our record-breaking trees!  When it comes to really big trees, Washington is home to some champions and the Olympic National Park is home to the country’s largest Subalpine fir (~130 ft. tall), Alaska yellow-cedar ( ~126 ft. tall) and Pacific silver fir (~218 ft. tall).  But that’s not all - the Wenatchee National Forest is home to a ~103 ft. tall Subalpine Larch  and Lake Quinault is home to a ~298 ft. tall Douglas-fir.  Share this celebration of trees and the environmental frontline they provide.  Kitchen towels are silkscreened by hand with eco-friendly inks on 100% unbleached, renewable USA cotton. Trio is packed in a rustic woden basket.

About The Maker

About Sally by the Sea

(Lopez Island, Washington)

Sally Moore started Sally by the Sea in 2009 when she joined the Lopez Island Farmers Market. Inspired by the tea towels that she and her friends collected from their travels, Sally decided to create towels that celebrated the local Northwest flavor. More specifically, the wildlife found right outside her front door. From salmon, crab, and octopus to chickens, owls, and bumblebees, Sally hand screenprints and paints each 100% unbleached USA cotton flour sack towel from her home studio on Lopez Island.

Sally’s towels capture the relaxed atmosphere of island life and a connection to the natural world. “It is a really personal experience. Every towel has been touched by me at least six or seven times before it gets to them. When people buy my towels I want them to feel happy.” — Sally Moore

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