Abay Cotton Hand Towels
Abay Cotton Hand Towels
Abay Cotton Hand Towels
Abay Cotton Hand Towels
Abay Cotton Hand Towels

Abay Cotton Hand Towels

Elegant hand towel in a two-tone coral made from handspun cotton.
Regular price£22.50
Tax included.


QÄSA QÄSA studio is closed 23rd March till 11th April, orders received in this period will be processed and dispatched from 12th April.

Enhance and freshen your kitchen or bathroom natural decor with this beautifully soft Coral coloured hand towel. This hand towel has been made entirely by hand using 100% cotton, certified fair trade in Ethiopia by QÄSA QÄSA’s partner artisans Sabahar using time-honoured weaving traditions. The tassels on the ends are meticulously hand tied with patience and care. The hand spun Ethiopian cotton adds a unique texture that will continue to soften and become more absorbent with each wash.

Available in 7 colours. Combine as a collection to make a beautiful housewarming gift to treat your loved ones!

Material: 100% Cotton. Certified fair trade. Handmade by QÄSA QÄSA’s partner artisans Sabahar in Ethiopia.
Size: 50 x 80 cm / 19.5 x 31.5 in
Care instructions: Machine wash up to 30 degrees | Tumble dry on low | Iron | Do not bleach

Made in Ethiopia. Shipped from the UK. UK Delivery only, 3-5 days. Free returns to our UK warehouse.

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QÄSA QÄSA stems from the Amharic (Ethiopian) word to mean inspire | awake | motivate. Taking inspiration from their heritage, Naeema and Aniqah founded QÄSA QÄSA in 2015 and set off on a journey to explore the incredibly diverse skills of artisans in Eastern Africa. They have partnered with exceptional artisans, non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and community groups in Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Malawi to design and source unique products that combine traditional skills with modern design. All of their pieces are meticulously handcrafted using local and indigenous materials and take into account sustainability and ethical production.

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