Mary Lake-Thompson Dickinson Hope is the Thing with Feathers Flour Sack Towel
Vintage flour sack towels have remained the cook's favorite kitchen textile for well over a hundred years. They were initially made using salvaged fabric from old flour or grain sacks which were bleached, washed, and trimmed to size. While modern methods have facilitated mass production and beautiful graphics, the practicality of the original flour sack towels remains. Nothing can beat their absorbency, softness, and virtually lint-free performance, making them perfect for drying everything from everyday dishes to crystal stemware.
- Emily Dickinson quote rendered in the original artwork of Mary Lake-Thompson
- Designed and printed in the USA on premium towels from India or Egypt
- Provides nearly lint-free drying for dishes and glassware
- 30 x 30 inches; printed area is 8 x 4.6 inches so that entire image shows when folded
- Machine wash cold, air or tumble dry low; iron on reverse side
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