More chicken propaganda: this 2-color hand screenprinted design reminds us to use every scrap to keep those hens laying. Reduce waste and keep feed costs low, just like in the old days. This is an unbleached, pre-shrunk, lint-free, made-in-USA fabric.
These classic kitchen items are something your great-grandmother would recognize. Regular housewives would buy flour in 100 lb. sacks. The sacks were a thin, square weave cotton fabric. When they were empty, the bags would be cut open, the edges would be seamed to become a sturdy and useful kitchen cloth. They were used instead of paper towels and to wrap your primed bread loaves.