A large, renewable natural cotton cloth towel hand-printed in earth-friendly ink.The fibrous look of this item may vary from towel-to-towel, and is characteristic of natural, unbleached cotton. Because these towels are hand-printed, each print and placement of the image may vary slightly.Flour sacks were originally made from sacks that 100-pound bundles of flour came in. These sacks provided homemakers with a large amount of material to stitch into household items such as towels. These eco friendly kitchen towels were known for their durability and are still manufactured for home use today.Flour sack towels are highly absorbent and soft, yet durable, increasing their value as they can be used for a variety of household tasks. Our quality line of eco-friendly flour sack towels are pre-washed and made of 100% Cotton. Additionally, they are lint-free and machine-washable.Though incredibly useful and simple, flour sack towels are considered to be “gourmet” towels. They are often used by chefs and professionals around the world due to their versatility and durability.Flour sack towels are entirely safe for any kitchen and around food because they are manufactured without any added dyes, color treatments or chemicals. Plus, they can be used time after time because they are machine washable and hold their shape.
Made in the USA.
28 inches L x 33 inches W
Zen Threads is a Northern CA based manual screen printing and design shop. They are dedicated to sharing their love of vintage style tees and home goods by offering affordable, handmade gear. Brandy S. founded Zen Threads with the dream to turn her art and illustrations into wearable hand-crafted artwork. Each item is thoughtfully hand-printed with original graphic designs, all with an eco-friendly process. Their designs are created from a blend of graphic design and illustration which are transferred onto silkscreens using an earth-friendly photo-emulsion and light sensitive process. Each item is printed (by human hands) onto the softest tees and most comfortable garments they could find. Zen Threads made a commitment to the earth and use a "green" printing process, free from harmful chemicals or solvents. Not only is it safer for the planet, but water-based inks look and feel like they're part of the garment.