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tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By rowan - 13/6/2009 11:59:31
I would like to be able to customise tea towels. The sell well around here especially for fund raising.

Rowan
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RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By Knickknacks4less - 13/6/2009 19:48:32
??

What's a tea towel? Can you put a picture up?
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RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By rowan - 14/6/2009 4:29:57
I'm not sure what you call them in other countries - cloth towels for drying dishes. I have been asked on a number of occassions to provide them customised for schools to print kids art on them for fundraising. They are popular as gifts, fundraising and momentos in Australia.

Cheersm,
Rowan
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RE:RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By George Morrison - 14/6/2009 7:50:40
Quite often you see them in tourist type shops. They will have pictures and things on them of the local area. Do a Google image search for "tea towel" and you will see lots of examples. It would probably be a good seller.

RE:RE:RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By Nadia Kerr - 28/6/2009 12:57:20
Yes tea towels would be great. Many tourism places use them to show off their venue.

Nadia
RE:RE:RE:RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By BerryAC - 28/6/2009 22:57:45
What is the size for tea towel?


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RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By George Morrison - 28/6/2009 23:33:40
This is one I got from Scotland. Of course full colour would be the way to go.

It is about 48cm X 76cm (19" x 30")


RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By Fred - 29/6/2009 1:43:18
Hi Berry,

Where I'm from we call them dish towels (used for drying dishes, spills, etc...). We also have hand towels. These are used for drying hands, dishes, spills. However, if a design is nice, then they are just placed out for display, seldom used to dry or wipe anything.

Towels are not paper thin (maybe 10-12 oz.)

Some places have golf towels.

No fancy trim, just a double hemmed edge on all 4 sides, thick cotton towel, usually in white - easier to decorate.

Sizes range from 10x18" and higher, depending on the use designed for it.

Fred
Melbourne FL


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RE:tea towels/ dish drying towels Post By Brian Inglis - 30/6/2009 11:44:59
Tea Towels/Dish Drying Towels, depending where you come from. One of the best ideas so far, as here in Australia they are considered one of the cheapest and best Aussie Souvenirs. To be able to sell 'One Offs' and personalised/personalized would help boost Aussie sellers sales.

Brian


>I would like to be able to customise tea towels. The sell well around here especially for fund raising.
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>Rowan