About Danica Studio Printed Cotton Dish Towel - 20x30”
Closeouts. A superb gift for someone who loves to quilt, sew or mend, this Danica Studio dish towel comes in four different patterns with bold sewing graphics and playful quotes.
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dance Faery from San Francisco Bay Area on Wednesday, September 24, 2014So far these are more display towels, but perhaps over time the stiff material will soften with washing. Even still, the graphics are super fun for me since I love to sew. Pure novelty item at an inexpensive price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Auntie Annie from Missouri on Sunday, August 31, 2014I'm not sure that I'll be keeping his item. The majority of the towel is covered in heavy black ink. I can't imagine it would actually dry dishes since it's mostly coated in a vinyl-like coating.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ghost from arcadia on Sunday, August 3, 2014You need to wash these a few times and then they drink up the water on dishes and leave glasses shiny. They are also great for rolling up washed lettuce, greens and herbs before putting them in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. This extends their shelf life to a week and you can wash a whole head of lettuce and save time. This is a great great price for them as they are usually 4$ or more a piece.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hourglass Annie from Georgia on Thursday, July 31, 2014High quality, great dish towels, with very cute designs. And you can't beat the price. I love STP.
Reviewed by J from Deep in Sierra debt on Monday, July 21, 2014These are nearly as good as the old 50's fabric towels I own and certainly the best I've seen. I hate those waffle pattern ones that just move water around and it's the same with most I come across (that aren't super expensive)
The absorb well and I think it's because they are not coated like so many dish towels these days. I was glad to find them to replace my thread bare ones.
I bought a couple more and they even dry my hands effectively.
Lol, I don't get the pattern of these, sewing in the kitchen?