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Farm to Table: Graphic Linens from Ireland

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Farm to Table: Graphic Linens from Ireland

December 17, 2012

Producers of limited-edition Irish linen made in Ireland, 31 Chapel Lane use simple graphic images to celebrate the winter activity of foddering on the farm.

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Above: Winter Fodder Tea Towels are made from 100 percent organic Irish linen; £12.

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Above: Irish linen is highly absorbent and durable and becomes softer and stronger with age.

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Above: “When the cattle go in for winter, it’s time to crack open the bales. Individually wrapped for freshness, like a massive chocolate kimberly for cows, they’ve sat in the field since late Summer and with any luck the peckish birds haven’t broken the seal yet.”

N.B. See 478 back posts of Irish Linen.

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