The perfect combination of a kitchen sponge and a paper towel. These are perfect for washing dishes, cleaning counters, absorbing spills, heck they even work great for cleaning mirrors and glass! Each cloth is 70% cellulose and 30% cotton, easy to wash either by tossing into your dishwasher, popping it in the microwave while wet for about a minute, or tossing into you washing machine (just don't pop it in the drier). Each cloth will last on average 6 months and are biodegradable.
Featuring the "Corvid Camp" (ravens) design.
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Hollis Kitchin is a local Juneauite, when she is not running her boutique she is painting the dramatic ecosystems around her. From the oceans deep to the jagged peaks she deftly uses water colors to mirror uncertainty and spontaneity of the Alaskan landscape.
For Hollis water color is a perfect medium to interpret the ever shifting mood of the Alaskan ecosystem. It shifts and dissolves like mist rising through the forest. The hard lines create a hard structure that is reminiscent of mountain peaks bursting upwards through the cloud layer.