California Map cotton flour sack Dish Towel 22" NEW
If you like the look of the 1940's and 1950's vintage kitchen, but are tired of dealing with wear and stains, consider this fun state themed dish towel.
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The images used to design these textiles were created in the United States during the 1940s and 50s. Every product is 100% cotton and screenprinted colorfast inks. They are printed on cotton flour sack fabric which easily marries with the designs of that period. The fibers remain soft and durable, after multiple washings. While flour sack material is known for its durability and simplicity, it should be noted that the process of creating it is actually complex and expensive as the fabric is made several inches larger, then shrunk to the desired size before printing, cutting, and hemming.
These would be serviceable and cute for servers in restaurants. Red and White Kitchen Company