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Tea Towels

Plain Weave, Striped, Checked Dobby Design, Plain, Stripe & Checked Design Jacquard Weave, Oxford Weave, Satin Weave and Drill & Twill Weave in different count & constructions as per your requirement. Products are available in wide range of variety and styles.

Production: After the yarn is procured from the mill, it undergoes Dyeing - Weaving - Stitching / Tailoring and Finishing stages. Finally the finished products are thoroughly inspected for final delivery. No child labour is involved in the production of goods.

   
Cotton & its blends, Linen, Voile, Polyester - handloom/power loom in plain, dobby & jacquard weave and voile. Ring spun or opened quality yarns (Single Counts like 2s to 20s ; Double Counts like 2/2s to 2/20s, as per your requirement )

The invention of the towel was associated, at least apocryphally, with the city of Bursa in Turkey. The city is still noted for the production of "Turkish towels."
A tea towel or dish towel is a cloth which is used to dry dishes, cutlery, etc., after they have been washed. In 18th century, a tea towel was a special linen drying cloth used by the mistress of the house to dry her precious and expensive china tea things. Servants were considered too ham-fisted to be trusted with such a delicate job, although housemaids were charged with hand-hemming the woven linen when their main duties were completed. Tea towels began being mass-produced during the Industrial Revolution.

Towels are often used for purposes other than drying things. For example
  • To sit, lie and stand on, to avoid direct contact with the ground, sand, rock, chair, etc. This may be for hygiene and comfort, and in saunas
  • Barbers use steamed towels to prepare the skin for shaving.
  • To reserve seats, for example sun loungers, by the side of swimming pools or similar locations (a source of annoyance to some and amusement to others).
  • A towel can act as a make-shift garment or blanket. There is a variety of uses when a towel is applied in this manner. For example, the towel can be used as an extra layer of clothing for cold conditions; or can be worn on its own around the waist (similarly to a kilt or skirt) or just under the shoulders (similarly to a long dress), usually in a warm environment.
  • In Asian countries, towels (smaller in size than hand towels - usually 30 cm square) are used as handkerchiefs. Men and women both carry them. The softness of the towel makes it a favorite for use.
  • In some cases, a towel can be used to protect its owner (as well as other people). For example, a damp towel can be used to block the gap between the door and floor to help stop noxious gases or smoke from entering the room. This is especially useful in case of a fire, where, in most cases, people die of smoke inhalation before the fire reaches them.
  • On cruise ships, towel animals are created for the patrons.
  • Towels can also be used like a whip in what is known as towel snapping.
  • To hold hot objects, much like an oven glove.
  • Towels may also be used as a head dress for wet hair.
  • Towels can be used as a "sling" for a broken arm.
  • Towels are often used for "ice blocking."
  • In boxing or other combat sports, a fighter's corner man could throw a towel into the ring to concede the fighter's defeat in that match. This is called "throwing in the towel."
  • At sporting events, sometimes towels are handed out to fans to wave around to cheer on their team.
  • A towel may also be used during a message.