Provencal-Style Linens, Made in the USA by

Issue 29 · A La Plage · July 17, 2012

Provencal-Style Linens, Made in the USA

Issue 29 · A La Plage · July 17, 2012

Sewn in Seattle, Washington, by skilled craftsmen who earn a living wage, Raw Materials kitchen linens are made from 100 percent cotton fabric and materials, all sourced in the USA. All this, plus good looks.

N.B. The unhemmed edges are a deliberate design element; after the first few washings, the fabric will stop shedding threads and the edge will fray into a soft fringe. For those who prefer a more finished look, serged edges are an option for most products.

French Apron

Above: French Apron made from natural-colored, 10 oz. duck; $38.

Classic Dishtowel

Above: Heavy cotton twill Classic Dishtowel; available in red or navy with either a raw or a serged edge; $14 each.

Square Placemat

Above: Double thick Square Placemat; $13 each (available with either a raw edge or a serged finish).

The not-just-for-dinner Napkin

Above: Oversized 20-inch-square cotton twill Dinner Napkins; $13 each.



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