This hilarious pure cotton tea towel is sure to put a smile on your face however fraught you’re feeling! The Samuel Lamont dish towel uses Annie Tempest’s imitable cartoon illustrations.
Samuel Lamont Tottering ‘In Times Of Stress’ 100% Cotton Tea Towel
Only 2 left in stock
Only 2 left in stock
About Samuel Lamont
Founded in 1830 by the man whose name it bears, Samuel Lamont & Sons became Northern Ireland’s cutting edge linen weavers, supplying textiles all over the globe.
The company now boasts its very own art and design department and produces a wide range of the best kitchen linens and textiles including tea towels, aprons, tea cosies and more.
Samuel Lamont & Sons proudly holds the textile licence for Annie Tempest’s award winning Tottering-by-Gently cartoon strip. Cooking Kneads stocks the best selection of kitchen textiles in these iconic British illustrations.
About Annie Tempest
Introducing another fantastic British brand who we’re proud to stock.
Annie Tempest is a British artist, sculptor and cartoonist, famous for her Tottering By Gently cartoon strip which first featured in Country Life magazine in 1994. Annie’s humorous creations depict the everyday goings on in the life of Dick and Daisy at their Tottering Hall home. Her funny and cleverly observed comic strips are loved by many and these fabulous kitchen textiles make a delightful addition to the home.
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- Machine washable at 40°C
- 100% cotton
Dimensions: W 74cm x H48cm
Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
The courage to change things I cannot accept
And the wisdom to hide the bodies of those I had to kill today
Because they got on my nerves.
Also help me to be careful of the toes I step on today
As they may be connected to the feet I have to kiss tomorrow
Help me always give 100%…
12% on Monday, 23% on Tuesday, 40% on Wednesday, 20% on Thursday and 5% on Friday…
And help me to remember…when I’m having a bad day and it seems that people are trying to wind me up…that it takes 42 muscles to frown and only 28 to smile…
(…but using more muscles burns more calories…)