Dye Plants of the Black Isle Tea Towel


A tea towel featuring some of the plants commonly collected for dyeing Black Isle Yarns. This beautiful illustrated map by Katie Green also depicts several local highlights and places of interest.

Digitally printed and sewn in the UK on unbleached cotton and measuring 47 cm wide by 76 cm tall. The wrapper is printed on sustainably sourced FSC approved paper.

25 in stock

The tea towel features beautiful illustrations by Katie Green of several dye plants which are commonly collected and used in dyeing Black Isle Yarns. The plant illustrations are overlaid on a map of the area local to Black Isle Yarns’ base and include Fortrose Cathedral, Swallow Den, Fairy Glen and Caird’s Cave.  Just offshore from Chanonry Point Katie has painted the resident population of Bottlenose Dolphins – Chanonry Point is one of the best spots in the world to view dolphins from land.  All of these lovely places can be reached on foot from Black Isle Yarns home base.

The tea towel is best washed at 30 degrees.