Cacti Beauties Cotton Towel
Inspired by vintage specimen posters from the 1940s, this flour sack cotton towel features some of the prettiest and most colorful succulents and cacti we could find. Generously sized at 29”x29”.
About flour sack fabric:
During 19th and early 20th centuries, basic cooking ingredients like flour and salt were traded in large sacks made of 100% cotton. The finest cotton was chosen for its durability and heavily knitted using a diagonal method, making it easier for the fabric to dry. It didn’t take long for people to realize that this fabulous fabric could be used for dish towels, pillow cases, and hand towels.
Drawing by Alex Norman