For the past hundred years, flour sack towels have remained the cook's favorite choice of towels. Originally they were salvaged fabric from old flour or grain sacks. After the flour was used, the cotton sack was bleached, washed and trimmed. Over time, it became the flour sack towel we know and love today. Flour sack towels are famous for their absorbency and softness... great for drying dishes!
Care Instructions: Machine wash in cold water on gentle cycle. Use a color guard mild detergent. NO bleach or bleach alternatives (optic brighteners). Air dry or tumble dry, with no heat. Iron from reverse side only, never directly on the image.
- A single hand-folded flour sack towel with a decorative graphic
- 100% cotton; 30" x 30"
- Packaged in a sealed cello bag
- Designed, printed, packaged and shipped in the USA
- Artist: Mary Lake-Thompson