Since the divets in a waffle are great for collecting syrup, it stands to reason that a towel designed with a waffle pattern will also be great at sopping up — well, not syrup, unless you live in a Willy Wonka house. Good old water is all this waffle design needs to contend with, and I'm happy to say that the Christy Organic Waffle Towel ($105 for three bath towels) does just that.
Granted, these towels are a bit of a splurge, but I can attest that they're well worth it. The waffle design of the towel wicks away water more efficiently than any towel I've ever owned, and the organic cotton is a great reassurance that I'm keeping my house as eco as possible. I have to admit that I've been neglecting some of my other towels in favor of the waffle towels, and if finances permitted, I'd be tempted to replace more of my bath towels with the Christy's waffle towels.
You can check out Christy's newly designed website for its latest line, as well as news on retail locations and helpful hints for caring for your linens. Have you tried a waffle towel? What are your thoughts about the design?