Our flour sack towels come in a variety of different designs, all added to the same classic style. While these towels are perfect for meeting all of your traditional towel needs, you might be pretty amazed to learn just how versatile our towels can be. To help you get a better understanding of what our towels can offer, we pulled together a list of exciting new ways for you to use them!

1: Make a Fun Tote Bag

More people are looking for reusable bags to help them carry their everyday items—and a tote bag can carry more than most. Using our towels, you can easily create your very own bag for transporting groceries, carrying gear to the pool, or just holding your daily essentials.

2: Try Wrapping Baked Goods

Baked goods are a wonderful treat, but we humans aren’t the only ones who think so. Keeping baked goods covered is very important, especially during certain seasons. Wrapping your baked goods in our towels can be good for keeping them protected against the elements or just making them look extra nice if you give them away as a gift!

3: Use Them for Gift Wrapping

There are several times a year when we find ourselves needing to wrap presents. Be it for Christmas, a wedding, or someone’s birthday, having nice wrapping paper can show you care. Make your gift extra special by wrapping it with reusable multipurpose towels instead.

4: Make a Pillow

Pillows are a household staple whether you’re going to sleep for the night or looking to add a new pop of color to your living room sofa. Our towels offer various designs that can suit any style, making them the perfect option to create your very own pillow using our materials. 

5: Frame Them as Art

Fabric art has been around for hundreds of years, and it isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Our art designs come in different colors, styles, and shades. If you find yourself swooning over one of our designs, why not make it a permanent feature in your home instead?

6: Add Them to Your First Aid Kit

Accidents happen, and having a first aid kit can make a huge difference. Adding sturdy and absorbent fabric to your first aid kit can be beneficial in the event of bleeding—or if you just need to keep your materials clean.

7: Use Them as a Face Covering

Whether you are riding a motorcycle or visiting somewhere that gets cold and windy during winter, protecting your face against the elements is very important. Fortunately, our kitchen towels are the perfect size to make a simple face mask with a great design.

8: Make a Tablecloth

Tablecloths are another household essential that can easily be made using different fabrics and patterns—like a set of our towels. You can easily sew different towels together to make a completely unique tablecloth that your guests will love. 

9: Create Your Own Apron

Aprons are a wonderful tool for helping us to stay clean while we cook, but they are even better when you customize them. You can add our tea towels to your apron’s design—or make an apron from scratch using our materials. No matter what, you get a completely original apron!

10: Make a Windshield Cover

When the sun is high in the sky, it is almost too easy for cars to get hot. A windshield cover can keep your car cool and protect your dashboard at the same time. With a little material and a few clips, you can easily create a stunning one-of-a-kind windshield cover for your car.

June 02, 2022 — Amanda Klein


Kathryn Ford said:

Do you offer pillows or pillow covers? I have purchased so many towels this year for all my friends, have no idea what they will get next year!

Donna Michael said:

When I receive a fancy dish towel that I don’t want to mess up (souvenir or thank gift from a neighbor) I display them by hanging them over the top of my cabinet doors. Since I have a puppy who eats EVERYTHING, I hang my pretty towels on the UPPER cabinets-out of reach of my fluffy friend.

Karen Kreutz said:

Beautiful story. Beautiful family. Gorgeous art!

Rhonda Anderson said:

I am so interested in your art!
Is it possible to get your Michigan map wildflower with names of the flowers, printed on fabric – akin to your flour sack towels? I would love to embroider a 3D effect onto the print, then frame it (for myself).
Rhonda Anderson

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