Canada Gift - Natural Linen for your home
New Designs are ready
What a great experience to finally see the samples of our new designs! Linen Tea Towels featuring Bananas, Tropical Torch Ginger Flower, Heliconia, Pineapple and a vivid field of Wild Flowers – all of these designs were created during 2020 – 2021. Yes, we are working and keep creating beautiful linen towels for your homes!
Samples are for sale, don’t miss out – be first to get it! Limited quantity.
Natural Linen Towels
Made of 100% Natural Linen the towel is extremely durable and will get softer and more silky to the touch with every wash and will please you for many days.
Linen is the best choice for kitchen – flax fibers have a natural ability to keep away bacteria in humid conditions. And Linen is the best material to dry your wine glasses with- will look like crystal!
Order you new linen towel and fall in love with it! Then come back for more!
During the summer we love to visit local farm markets, small towns or spend time camping. We also like to find wild flowers and admire their simple unsophisticated beauty. All of the flowers you will see on our linen tea towel and napkins can be found in Ontario, Canada.
Our new Linen Napkins – beautiful spring addition to your dining linens. Create new fresh style with our 100% Natural Linen Napkins and Tea Towel featuring Canada Ontario Wild Flowers design.
Order 2 or more…
Canada Gift Set
When we finished the design for the Maple Syrup towel, we decided to extend the line and add the potholder and coffee mug to create a set.
This Gift set – Linen Tea Towel, Potholder and a Large Coffee Mug – all with Canada Maple Syrup design can be packed in a nice box or better – ask for a gift package! Contact us for details. We’ll need the shipping address to give you best possible rate.
Canada Winter Fun - want to know how we made it?
One of our popular designs! And as per one of the reviews “nice graphics of Canadian winter… “. We love to travel – winter can be a lot of fun if you brave the colder days with good mittens, hat and some basic gear – hockey, skiing, skating or just down hill rolling! On the left image you see the photos that were used as basis for the design – it all happens in Perth, Ontario and area!
The history of crepes dates back to 13th century Brittany, France. They say a housewife accidentally dribbled some thin porridge onto a hot, flat cooktop – and voila! Traditionally, buckwheat crepes are served with savory fillings while the more delicately flavored wheat crepes are served with fruit and other sweet fillings. Make these simple crepes and enjoy them with Maple Syrup or many other ingredients… Crepes with egg, ham and cheese – fry an egg, load fried egg,…