The Musubi Vegetable organic muslin dishcloth, with its colorful illustrations of ripe carrots, golden sweetcorn, pink radishes, cherry tomatoes, and more, is almost too pretty to clean with. Made from four layers of finely woven organic cotton gauze, it is extra absorbent and antimicrobial — making it great for wiping down surfaces, mopping up spills, or drying small dishes.
Bright and cheerful, but with the gentle touch of watercolors by textile designer Kayo Aoyama, we think it’s also ideal as a dainty hand towel or handkerchief. For a matching design, see Kayo's just as delightful Herb Green cloth.
Kyoto-based furoshiki-maker and purveyor Musubi collaborates with numerous designers and illustrators to produce an eclectic range of wrapping cloths and other textiles in vibrant patterns and styles — from traditional to geometrically modern. Every design takes into consideration types of fabric and printing processes and is carefully matched with the ideal maker. To see other Musubi items, visit the full collection here.
Design: Kayo Aoyama
Size: 25 x 25 cm
Material: 100% fair-trade organic cotton
Japan Textile Evaluation Technology Council SEK-qualified for antibacterial properties
Made in Japan