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Microwave Mini Mitts
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Springfield, SD
$6.47 $12.95
Upside Down Santa Towel
Bring some fun into your kitchen during the holiday season with this funny machine embroidered Santa stuck in the chimney towel.  Use to towel dry dishes or just hang it over the stove handle for a laugh while you prepare dinner.

    What you get:  One machine embroidered Santa stuck in the chimney "Bottoms Up!"  dish towel.

    Towel color:  Solid tan flat weave towel.

    Materials used:  Cheerful colors of polyester machine embroidery thread and cutaway stabilizer.

    Size:  18 inches x 27 inches. Dish towel has been preshrunk.

    Care:  Hand- or machine wash in cold water with like colors, may be tumbled dried, remove promptly to avoid wrinkles. Press with warm iron if necessary, on backside.  NO Bleach.
    Listing is for one Santa kitchen towel only.  Spoon, cutting board, and bowl of eggs are not included.

**NOTE:  all towels I have in my shop are meant to be decorative and are NOT meant for heavy duty use.  They can withstand light daily use, and light washing.
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Springfield, SD
$7.97 $15.95
Kitchen Conversion Tea Towels. Wedding time is coming, what better gift for a new bride than these easy measurement conversion dish towels. These would make a very nice bridal shower, wedding or new home gift.

    What you get:  One set of four dish towels with four different conversions on them. Done in machine embroidery.
    These kitchen towels are done in machine embroidery on 100% cotton white flat weave towels.  
    Embroidery is done in black polyester thread.   Each tea towel measure 18 x 26 inches, hemmed on all sides.  Dish towels have be preshrunk.
    Three kitchen towels have a different conversion measurement on them, dry, measurement equivalents and kitchen conversion chart.  The fourth one has baking ingredient substitutions.
    Wash in cold water with like colors, NO bleach.  Hand to air dry or dry in the drier.  Press with warm iron if necessary.
    These would make a nice bridal shower, wedding, or baker's gift.
    Note:  all towels I have in my shop are meant to be decorative and are NOT meant for heavy duty use.  They can withstand light daily use, and machine washing. 
    Listing is for a set of 4 dish towels only. Extra items are for display purposes only.itchen Conversion Tea Towels.
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Springfield, SD
$29.97 $59.95

Why should I buy Handmade Linens?

Buying handmade linens is a great way to show your support for handcrafted, artisan products and inject yet another unique element into your home décor. Not only are handcrafted linens special and of excellent quality, but they also give a room an irreplaceable charm that regular store-bought linens don’t quite possess. Handmade linens will help you stand out from the crowd and make any room feel extra inviting, comfortable, and stylish. Plus, it feels good to know that your purchase supports local artisans who have put all their energy and love into making something beautiful for you.

Do Handmade Linens make a Good Gift?

If you’re looking for the perfect gift, consider handcrafted linens as an option! These unique hand-made items are made by artisans who put time and attention into creating a quality product they can be proud of. Not only do handcrafted linens make a luxurious statement, but they are also excellent lasting investments due to their superior construction. When you give the gift of hand-crafted linens, you know your recipient will receive a one-of-a-kind item that displays thoughtfulness and financial savvy – truly a great combination in gifting options.

What’s the difference between Handmade vs Mass-Produced Linens?

Handmade linens are handcrafted by artisans and crafted sometimes from recycled materials with unique patterns, textures, and colors. This allows makers to keep each piece unique and one of a kind, meaning that no two handcrafted linens in the world will be the same. In contrast, mass-produced linens are created for uniformity and lower production costs. The fabrics used in these items tend to be soft but lack any real character or distinction; they are seldom made out of recycled materials like handcrafted ones. Mass-produced sheets usually come in a variety of colors and thicknesses but share more similarities than differences. Both types of linens have advantages to them, so depending on your needs and budget you can choose which one fits into your lifestyle most comfortably!

What is the History of Linens?

Historically, linens were handcrafted by artisans who enjoyed transforming the simple fabric into something intimate and unique that could be used in homes across the world. Records dating back to the 16th century point to linens being associated with religion and the spiritual connection; they have since become a symbol of warmth, comfort, protection and intimacy. Moreover, what was once hand-woven within families has now been transformed into an industry where most of these homewares are now made in factories. There is still some handcraft remaining but it is only possible for a select few expert artisans. By handcrafting linens throughout our history, we will always remember those who put their skill and passion into creating such pieces for us appreciate today.