Why buy Flower Sack Towels?
Let's start with what is a Flour Sack Towel.
A Little History...
Flour Sack Towels are as Americana as Apple Pie and Baseball. They are the towels our grandmothers/great-grandmothers here in America would have used between the years of 1850 & 1950.
Back then, flour and other dry goods were sold almost exclusively in sturdy 100% cotton bags. These bags were called Flour Sacks and during these frugal times, were quickly re-purposed for a number of household needs. Our resourceful grandmas would have made curtains, towels, dolls, and even their dresses out of these soft weave cottons. These towels quickly became collectable.
The towels I have created for you are of course not from the 1800's, but are of the same weave. They are very soft 100% cotton, lint free and of a generous size. You will be amazed at how absorbent they are when drying dishes. I truly hope you enjoy your new towels. - Anita
The Many Uses...
- as a hostess gift
- drying long stem glassware
- lining a bread basket
- proofing dough
- lining kitchen and refrigerator drawers
- drying dishes
- kitchen decor
- wrapping wine & champagne bottles
- any food preparation use - lint free