Western Tanager Kitchen Towel
Our cheerful Western Tanager flour sack kitchen towel has been adapted from the original John James Audubon (1785-1851) watercolor in the collection of the New-York Historical Society. Flour sack towels are known for their absorbency and softness – perfect for drying dishes. Originally they were salvaged fabric from old flour or grain sacks. After the flour was used, the cotton sack was bleached, washed and trimmed. Over time it became the flour sack towel we know and love today.
100% cotton; 30"x 30" Machine wash cold, air or tumble dry Designed and printed in the USA on towels made in Egypt
ITEM NUMBER: 12572