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Pueblo Scene, New Mexico Adobe House: yellow, green

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Georgia O'Keeffe painted them. Ansel Adams photographed them. Adobe houses dot our landscape throughout New Mexico. A centuries old building tradition, Adobe bricks are made of mud and stacked to create both courtyard walls and houses. Our adobe house takes center stage.

All our prints are pulled by hand, and we use only environmentally-friendly, water-based inks. This makes the printing process a little harder, but we think it’s worth it.

The towels are incredibly absorbent, and with each wash they get softer. There will be some shrinkage in the length with the first wash, but this brings the weave in tighter for better absorbency and an old world feel.

The towels are individually sewn by us, and include a contrasting ribbon loop in the back for easy hanging.

This listing is for one tea towel, but we may have more in stock.

Approximately 18”x22” in size
100% linen
Hand printed with water-based ink
Machine wash cold, tumble or line dry
Ribbon loop may be different color from photograph
-- We may have this design in other colors, so contact us if you are interested

Designed & Printed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Copyright: Kei & Molly Textiles 2011

Pueblo Scene, New Mexico Adobe House: yellow, green


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silkscreen, linen, water based ink
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Favorited by: 26 people