Flour Sack Kitchen Tea Towel "Growing Up in Camarillo"
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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, dress and what was used most, kitchen towels from them. Their popularity passed down from mother to daughter.
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The images captured in Mina Wilcox's art are from the imaginary "Poe Poe island" of the Hawaiian Islands and Polynesian culture. Welcome to her deeply tropical and humorous world!
One 100% Cotton Flour Sack Towel
• Prewashed and Preshrunk
• Heavyweight fabric
• Made in the USA from Indian Fabric
• Printed in California
Size: Approximate 28"W x 29"H in ( W 71cm x H 73.5cm)
Care: Machine Wash Warm Water, Tumble Dry.
* Items are hand printed so color unevenness and pattern placement may vary from stock photo. If you want to see the pattern of yours, please let me know if I will send you a picture. Colors may vary slightly on your computer screen.
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