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Domestic Science: Studiopatro Tea Towels

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Domestic Science: Studiopatro Tea Towels

Sarah Lonsdale October 20, 2009

San Francisco art director and designer Christina Weber has just launched an inspiring line of tea towels under the name of Studiopatro (shorthand for "pattern studio"). Drawing on the talents of local silk screeners (who use only water-based inks), seamstresses, and friends, Weber produces tea towels and aprons in simple, bold patterns; available directly from Studiopatro.

Above: Toast and Caper Tea Towel, set of two for $42.

Above: Wanderlust Tea Towel, $22 each.

Above: Flip Tea Towel Set, set of two for $42.

Above: Casa Tea Towel, $22 each.

Above: Stripe Tea Towel, set of two for $42.

Above: Cafe Apron, $48 (Full-Size Apron is $68).

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