Made in France by Jacquard Français and Garnier-Thiebaut, old traditional manufacturers of table linens. I picked those dish towels for their amazing vibrant colors. It was an idea from my friend Jennifer and they make my kitchen look like it is out of a magazine. They are the least costly kitchen reno you will ever do and day after day, these dish towels will brighten the life of all cooks.
Some are 100% cotton and some are a blend of cotton and linen.
They all wash easily, the stains disappear in the jacquard fabric.
I bought the dish towels in Romans in the Drome Valley in South-east France at a factory outlet called Avenue des Marques.
And more colors…
Some from Provence
I saw them again later at the Paris duty-free for the same retail as in Canada, and I felt very clever to have got them at Avenue des Marques.
I use my dish towels for dishes, as hand towels, to dry French fries, and just for decoration too!