Hello there! I'd like you to meet some of tiny farmhouse’s chickens. And they're ready to hang out in your house! But you don't have to feed them, which is nice.

We have 28 hens here (!!!), and it's hard to get them all to sit for a portrait, so this pattern features 5 of them.

If you're a chicken person and know your breeds (or want to know breeds!), there is a Silver-Laced Wyandotte, a Silver Polish, an Ameraucana, and a couple of chill Rhode Island Reds.

All of our tea towels are 100% cotton, printed using eco-friendly inks (deets below), and are made by people making a living wage (Woo-hoo! Living wages!!! Because that's really the only way to do things, right?).

Slightly less exciting than living wages and eco-friendly inks, but still good to know, our tea towels all have a hanging loop, so you can hang them on a hook, or fold them in half to hang over over a drawer pull or oven handle.

If you're wondering what to do with tea towels, or what to use tea towels for, they make a great gift (for you or for someone else!), help to reduce paper towel waste, and are a quick way to add some fun to your kitchen.

We use them to dry dishes, to dry our hands, to blot water off of our veggies, and to add a little fun something-something to our space.

And if you're wondering - YES. Yes, you should use them to do all these things. Life is short. Use the good tea towels! 

the deets:

  • 100% cotton
  • printed using eco-friendly inks with fabrics sourced from REACH-compliant mills*
  • machine wash in lukewarm water
  • line drying recommended
  • do not bleach
  • Designed in Massachusetts, USA
  • Manufactured in London, England


  • 26 ¾ x 18 7/8 inches (67x48cm)

*REACH is an EU regulation regarding production and use of chemicals and their impact on human health and the environment