This classic flour sack dish towel is beautifully screen-printed by the women refugees and immigrants who live in the International District of Albuquerque. Vibrant with culture, it is nonetheless one of Albuquerque's pockets of poverty.
- 100% cotton
- Machine wash cold, no bleach, tumble or line dry, iron if needed
- 29" L x 29" W (73.6 x 73.6 cm)
- Hand-printed in the U.S.A.
- Made in Pakistan
Made by: Kei & Molly
Two friends and textile artists, Kei Tsuzuki and Molly Luethi, launched their company Kei & Molly in the International District of Albuquerque, an area home to many of the refugees and recent immigrants to our city. Vibrant with culture, it is nonetheless one of Albuquerque's pockets of poverty. They are committed to creating good jobs in this area, and work with refugee resettlement programs to find their employees. The company provides on-the-job training, health and education benefits, flexible hours, and sense of community making it a great place to work.
Being environmental stewards is also important to them. The studio uses only water-based, non-toxic inks to minimize their impact on the environment. They filter their waste water to 20 microns to keep pigment out of the water system. And the product line is also made using only 100% natural fibers.