Busselton Jetty

$29.00

The Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, stretching almost 2 km into Geographe Bay, Western Australia. Construction of the jetty commenced in 1853 after persistent pressure by settlers. In 1865, a 176 metre section of the jetty became available for ships to moor. The jetty was continually extended until the 1960s when it reached its current length of 1841 metres.

 

Busselton Jetty

Our tea towels are hand screen-printed with water-based inks onto 100% linen. The fabric size is 50 x 70cm and the printed area is approximately 41 x 55cm.

Hand-printed textiles are unique creations and as a result may have some minor imperfections. We recommend a hand wash the first time, then gentle machine wash after that. Some shrinkage will occur given the fabric has not been pre-shrunk, and try to avoid tumble-drying. Linen ages well but following the first couple of washes the fabric may be crinkly, so just pull it into shape a bit before hanging up to dry. Ironing while still slightly damp or using a steam iron on the back gives an excellent result.

Our tea towels can be framed in a standard IKEA frame. Please go to our ‘Product Information’ page for details.

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