These woven Homespun-Cotton Reversible Table Linens will last through generations of family gatherings and meals. Many lesser quality imitations have surfaced through the years, none with the simple elegance and timeless durability of these authentic Table Cloths, Place Mats, and Napkins. Made in USA.
• Table linens • Reversible for use on both sides • Woven of cotton for durability • Fringed edges give it a homey feel • Made in USA
Care Machine wash in cool water, use no bleach, recommend line dry.
Oval Homespun-Cotton Reversible Tablecloth, 62" x 90"
Round Homespun-Cotton Reversible Tablecloth, 70"
Homespun-Cotton Reversible Tablecloth, 62 x 108"
Homespun-Cotton Reversible Tablecloth, 62" x 90"
Homespun-Cotton Reversible Tablecloth, 52" x 72"
Homespun Reversible Cotton Placemats, Set of 4
Homespun-Cotton Reversible Napkins, Set Of 4
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Comments about Product: I haven't washed this table cloth yet, although I expected to have some shrinkage and ordered it in a larger size. It came with definite wrinkles so put it in my washer on the steam cycle to soften it and get rid of the wrinkles. It didn't so I steam pressed it and got out the majority of the wrinkles. Hope that laundering will soften it and hope for the best as far as the possibility of wrinkles. I like the color and the weight of the table cloth and it has the casual look that I was after. I would recommend it as long as my friend understands the cotton care of this woven table cloth.I will probably purchase this table cloth again in a different color in the future, just for a change.
Homespun Table Linens
Comments about Product: I bought the red and white color many years ago.
Bought two sizes of the wedgewood and white to fit my kitchen table. They are beautiful. I was disappointed that the red and white color was not
available, but I will try again next year well before Christmas. I know from my experience with the old red and white table cloth that I must air dry. I don't view this as a problem. I was so happy to find these cloths. There is nothing like them in retail stores.
Best tablecloth ever
Comments about Product: I love these homespun table linens! They lay beautifully, are soft to the touch, and stains come out easily in the washer. They do shrink, so avoid the dryer or buy the next size up. Even when mine shrank, I was able to stretch it enough when wet to keep the fit. Excellent quality.
Brings Country to the Table
Comments about Product: I've been buying similar tablecloths for years to cover my small, round kitchen table and much larger diningroom table. They give the room a charming breath of country. If this tablecloth is similar to others I've bought, I've learned to wash them on warm, not hot, and to dry at a lower temperature to prevent puckering.
By Wayne H.
Table Linen is as it was shown
Comments about Product: This table linen matches the smaller one we have. It will make a perfect compliment.
By Susie Homemaker
Homespun Table Linens
Comments about Product: I have a beautiful wooden table but like to keep it covered with a tablecloth.I have found these to be great and they look very nice.They come in great colors and have napkins to match.They wash very nicely with very little shrinkage.I have two and will probably buy more colors in the future.Thanks
Comments about Product: I had one of these cloths years ago when my kids were young. The best thing is that you don't have to iron or touch them up with an iron for them to look great.They hold up beautifully for years. I like them for an everyday cloth to protect our wood tables. They make great picnic cloths too. I looked for them on line recently and couldn't find, so I am VERY happy to find them at P&H. They do shrink...wish you had a longer version. Plan to buy more!
By a customer
Comments about Product: I refuse to buy a tablecloth that I can't wash and dry. So I chose a size that I hoped would let me wash and dry it. The tablecloth recommends not drying it... It does shrink. Hopefully it is done shrinking, it is fine now. It feels thick and protective to the table, and has a warm casual look that I like.
By Neat nick
Comments about Product: I am pleased with the cloth because it has the practical wear factor that I was looking for.
Comments about Product: I have several homespun table cloths and they have held up and remained attractive through many washings. No need to iron. For my casual home they are perfect.
Comments about Product: I use the tablecloths everyday and have several sizes and colors for when I use my leaves in my table. Follow washing instructions carefully and they won't shrink much. They stay clean along time and can be spot cleaned. I wash in the washing machine, air fluff, and then lay over my island counter top to finish drying. I also love the finer weaved Dorset ones.
Wonderful for everyday and house guests
Comments about Product: I especially like these cloths for use on my dining room table when I have house guests for informal meals like breakfast and lunch
By nonna the m
Can't use these for dinner
Comments about Product: so sorry these are very small and rough texture.
stiff and uncomfortable to use
Comments about Product: I was very disappointed in these napkins. They are stiff and non-absorbent.
Love it Love it Love it
Comments about Product: We use this at our vacation home where we entertain lots. It is so conveniet that it doesn't need to be ironed to look great. You can dress it up or dress it down depending on the occasion.
Comments about Product: The tablecloth is really beautiful and nicely made. My only wish would be that it was machine dryable. Because it is a winter print, hard to find a day when it will dry outside.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
When used to irrigate plants, an olla is buried neck-deep in the ground near a plant’s roots, with the opening of the olla extended above the soil so that it can be filled with water periodically. The porous walls of the unglazed pottery allow the water to seep through gradually, constantly and consistently hydrating the plants without overwatering them – and without wasting precious water to evaporation or runoff.
The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.
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