- Genuine cotton flour sack kitchen kitchen towels
- Various features of Maine combine for a great souvenir of northeastern travels
- 22 Inch square
- Includes 80 sites and cities- See the towns listed on the towel
- A product made by Red and White Kitchen Company of New York
- Machine Washable
The images used to design these textiles were created in the United States during the 1940s and 50s. 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, absorbent and durable, standing up to heavy use. 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. This 22" square towel is made from the same kind of flour sack cotton fabric that Grandma loved. These will remind of a 1950s souvenirs that would have come home from the trip of a lifetime after seeing the USA in your Chevrolet! These are the towns listed on the towel: Acadia National Park, Ashland, Atlantic Ocean, Auburn, Augusta, Bangor, Bar Harbor, Bath , Baxter State Park, Belfast, Belgrade Lake, Biddleford, Bigelow Mountain, Blue Mountain State Park, Bowdoin College, Bradbury Mountain St Park, Brewerbucksport, Brigeton, Brunswick, Camden, Camden Hills St Park, Caribou, Chamberlain Lake, Chesuncook Lake, Cutlem, Dexter, East Grand Lake, Eastport, Ellsworth, Fort Knox State Park, Fox, Freeport, Fryeburg, Ft Kent, Glose-Eye Mountain, Houlton, Kennebunk Beach, Kennebunkport , Kittery, Lagle Lake, Lake St George State Park, Lewiston, Long Lake, Lubec, Machias, Mechanic Falls, Millinocket, Milo, Moosehead Lake, Mount Katahdin , Nadison, Naples, Norway, Oakland, Old Orchard Beach, Old Town, Osunquit, Patten, Poland Springs, Portland, Presque Isle, Rangeley, Rangely Lake, Ripogenus Dam, Rockland, Roostook State Park, Rumford, S Paris, Saco, Saddleback Mountain, Salmon Falls River, Sebago Lake State Park, Sebago Lake State Park, Sebec Lake, St John's River, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Van Buren, Waterville, Westbrook, Wiscasset, and York Beach.