Flour Sack napkins, Baby cloths, dish cloths, ETC

Flour Sack napkins, Baby cloths, dish cloths, ETC


Everyone is trying to cut down on their paper use at home, especially when it comes to using napkins and paper towels. If you sew you always have pieces of scrap that you hate to throw away, but do not know what to do with them. Almost 9 years ago I came up with these flour sack napkins, using my leftover fabric. My family has always used them for napkins and wiping down the table after dinner, but my customers have come back to tell me all the uses they have found for these little napkins. Some use them for baby burpee cloths, hankies, wash cloths, dish towels, and so much more. When our napkins start to get old and dingy, we move them to a basket by the sink for paper towel use and when they get to thin to use there, we move them to the garage for rags!

Each napkins measures anywhere from 12x12 or 14x14. The new flour sack material reminds me of a light weight tea towel and stretches like linen, so sometimes you end up with either size. Each of the towels will have a cotton boarder on top.

When you purchase these you will get a pack of 4 towels. These will be the exact 4 towels you see in the picture.

These towels are decorated on top with jungle fabric. Would look great on any kitchen table or in a baby’s room.

If you have any questions please contact me first before buying.

For international orders please contact me about the shipping for this item. Sorry for the inconvenience, but we want to make sure that the shipping you pay is accurate.

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