Flour Sack Dish Towel: Goats Olive Green
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They give us milk, they entertain us with their antics, they eat all those gnarly branches we just trimmed, some even have cute beards... What's not to love? This bucolic scene printed on a dish towel includes a human, the shepherd, playing a little tune on his flute. We imagine that it is his way to while away the hours because there is no wifi! ;-) But seriously, these are happy goats; they get milked and tended to, then they get led to a green pasture where the grass is fresh and juicy, they frolic there until night when it is time to return to the barn!
Our team of screen printers pins, prints, cures, folds, and tags each towel with care. With 101 uses, these versatile towels are highly absorbent, lightweight, and won’t leave lint on your glassware. Our customers swear by them! They’ll make a colorful addition to any home and when you shop with Kei & Molly you'll be supporting our mission of creating solid jobs for refugees and immigrants.
Towel Size: Approximately 29”x29”
Printed Image Size: 14”x19”
100% Cotton / Imported from Pakistan
Hand-printed in Albuquerque, NM, USA using water-based, eco-friendly inks
Machine wash cold to keep colors bright. Colors will not run. Use non-chlorine bleach for stains. Tumble or line dry. Iron from backside if desired.
I have a bunch of these dish towels, and I love them! I give them as gifts as well, and everyone I’ve given them to loves them also. Such nice designs & a great company to support.
Used to buy these locally, in Austin, TX, before the pandemic. Great I can order directly now, without the dozen towels/single design quantity requirement. 100% cotton. Perform and wear well for years of use. Have beautiful, interesting designs. Made by immigrants. Truly success greater than mere profits! Thank you K&M.
My nephew and his wife are goat farmers. These are perfect for us and them! Vote for the goats!!
Glad to see you still have these available. They bring back fond memories of the farm where this was inspired. Love you guys.
Thanks for your kind words!