Easter Cottontails 2 organic cotton hemp kitchen tea towels. When there's too many stray crumbs or you're in search for last-minute dining room décor, these kitchen towels come in handy to wipe up any spills, dry dishes, or add a touch of spunk to your table. Set of two of like design. Classic, versatile size: 17 x 26 inches. Vibrant, never fade prints on the front. White back with hanging loop.
What is the difference between a tea towel and a dish towel? Tea towels are only made of linen or cotton, whereas dish towels can also be made of terry cloth.
Original artwork © 2020 Samara E. King & TwoBee, LLC rendered in color pencil.
The Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) is a midsize, stocky rabbit with large hind feet, long ears, and a short, fluffy tail that resembles a cotton ball. Eastern cottontails prefer open brushy or forest-border cover and feed almost entirely on plants. By converting plant food into animal matter, rabbits are an important link in the food chain. Rabbits normally move slowly in short hops or jumps, but when frightened they can achieve speeds up to 18 miles per hour and will zig-zag to confuse a pursuing predator! Eastern cottontails have a wide distribution from southern Manitoba and Quebec to Central and northwestern South America and are common throughout their range.
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