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Flour Sack Kitchen Tea Towel "Japanese Good Luck Charms"

Flour Sack Kitchen Tea Towel "Japanese Good Luck Charms"

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This kitchen towel with a design that collects Japanese lucky charms was Illustrated and hand-screen printed by Artist, Mina Wilcox with joy from her tiny Art Studio in California. Eco-friendly Japanese auspicious symbols cotton dish towel will decorate your oven bar in the kitchen, wrap your baking goods, or make a great gift for your grandmother.

Japanese goof luck symbols

- Pine, bamboo, and Japanese apricot trees are considered symbols of good fortune and longevity.

- The crane and the tortoise have been symbols of longevity since ancient times.

- Sea bream is believed to bring good luck and is often used as an ingredient in dishes for happy events and celebrations.

- Seigaiha, the "wave crest" pattern, represents endless waves and symbolizes the desire for tranquility.

- Sacred Mount Fuji, with its towering height, graceful shape, and reputation for bringing good fortune, holds a special place in Japanese culture.

- In Japan, cherry blossoms are considered a motif that brings good luck.

DETAILS: One 100% Cotton Flour Sack Towel

  • Prewashed and Preshrunk
  • Heavyweight fabric: Thickest premium cloth, no ironing required
  • Laundered and processed in the USA
  • Size: Approximate 30" x 30" in ( 76 cm x 76 cm)
  • Printed with Non-Toxic water-based ink
  • Care: Machine Wash Warm Water, Tumble Dry

*As each item is printed by hand, the placement of colors and patterns may differ slightly from the photos. If you would like to view the pattern of the item that we'll send you, please let us know. We'll send you a photo. Please note that colors may appear slightly different on your computer screen.

Flour Sack Towels - History
From the 1850s to the 1950s, everything from flour, sugar, chicken, feed, sausage, and even voting ballots were packaged in tightly woven cotton bags known as "Flour Sack." Thrifty housewives would wash and bleach the sacks, then cut and sew underwear, pillowcases, toys, dresses, and what was used most, kitchen towels from them. Their popularity is passed down from mother to daughter.

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We love that this towel makes your life happy! Enjoy!

Mina Wilcox's Art
The images captured in Mina Wilcox's art are from the imaginary "Poe Poe island" of the Hawaiian Islands and Polynesian culture. They are her travel journal about the scenic beauty of Poe Poe island and the people's relaxed lifestyle.
Welcome to her deeply tropical and humorous world!

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