Flour Sack Dish Towel: Seattle
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Kei and Molly like to take an alternative approach when creating their next design and show a new perspective of an object or place. Our Seattle flour sack dish towel, gives a glimpse into Seattle through Gas Works Park, with the famous Space Needle off in the distance. Gas Works Park is named after the remnants of the sole remaining gasification plant in the U.S. The park opened in 1975 and was designed by Seattle landscape architect Richard Haag, who won the American Society of Landscape Architects Presidents Award of Design Excellence for this project. Located on the north shore of Lake Union, Gas Works Park is a must see.
This all cotton tea towel comes in green and navy. All of our dish towels are lightweight and take up very little space in a suitcase, making it an ideal gift to travel with!
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.