Flour Sack Dish Towel: Foxes
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Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto is dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. The foxes are his messengers! This scene of happy, playful foxes is Kei's interpretation of visits to shrines when she was young. She includes the vast bamboo forests and bright orange torii gates that must have seemed enormous to her! Did you know that according to Japanese lore, a fox's favorite food is fried tofu?
Our team of screen printers hand 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.
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I have a couple of these dish towels. Gift from a friend in Albuquerque. During the shutdown phase of the pandemic, I washed them by hand every night and hung them on a curtain rod -- they dried quickly. It became a kind of daily ritual, a way to celebrate domestic life. I ordered a new one to add to the little narrative they bring to my kitchen -- not because the others were worn out,
What nice meditative routine to develop out of the pandemic! Thanks for letting us know. Enjoy your new towel.
Love!!! Came so quick and are the best!!