Camping Flour Sack Kitchen Towel

Camping Flour Sack Kitchen Towel

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This all-natural and eco-friendly cotton flour sack towel is screen printed with our original hand-drawn Camping Scene. We love the look and feel of hand-printed towels. Our classic flour sack towels are super absorbent and dry glassware and dishes without leaving any lint. We only use the highest quality inks, so the print will not wash out or fade.

Care instructions and more info: • This is a 100% cotton flour sack dishtowel • Towels measure approx. 28" x 29" • Image on middle-bottom-third of towel • Iron with image face down (if this is your thing) • Super absorbent 100% cotton flour sack towel • Packaged with an informative sticker • Printed with eco-friendly ink • Made in the USA

 

Meet the maker:

Welcome to Counter Couture — our feisty fiefdom of creativity. The “we” of Counter Couture is Kaelin (me) and my husband, Richard. We met through a mutual friend in 2007. We didn't know until later that we both lived in Spokane, WA at the same time, hanging out at the same bars, and had many mutual friends and NEVER met! But as fate would have it, we wouldn't meet until we were both single and in Denver. Within 7 months of dating, we bought a house together, got married 3 years later, and started what is now Counter Couture in that same house! Now 13 years later we have a staff of 6 amazing people. I run the day-to-day chaos and all the business stuff and Richard is the artist and screen-printer.

Fun Facts about Counter Couture

  • Every screen-printed image starts as a pen and paper illustration designed by us.
  • We are proud to be a small, independent company based in Denver, CO
  • Our 3 rescue dogs come to work with us everyday
  • Our tea towels are made in the USA
  • Rocks glasses are our #1 best selling item

When you shop small - you make a HUGE impact! We are proud to be a small, independent company based in Denver, CO continuing our commitment to produce small batch quality goods in the USA. We strive to source materials made in the USA. Sometimes this is not possible, in these cases we look for the highes