This ‘Grandma Id Choose You’ dish towel is perfect for the grandma that has everything. No other gift could ever convey such a sweet and loving sentiment.
I can only imagine that any Grandma receiving this dish towel, would want to display it all year long! Such a sweet reminder of the special bond between her and her grandchild.
Add this generously sized, cotton dish towel to any gift basket or pair it with scone mix and a jar of jam for a thoughtful and delicious gift!
Our Grandma I’d Choose You dish towel is a pink cotton dish towel featuring a hand lettered “If I Didn’t Have You As My Grandma – I’d Chose You As My Friend” sentiment with an oval border design surrounding it. A charming polka dot print appears throughout the towel.
This very sweet and generously sized dish towel can be used to line a bread basket when serving any of grandma’s cookies or sweets. It also can be used to serve freshly baked bread during your Mother’s Day dinner. Great idea: To keep bread or muffins warm longer, pick up one of our bread warmers. Place it in the basket prior to filling. The heat of the bun warmer radiates the warmth and keeps your baked goods warm and delicious even longer!
When you bake, use the towel to cover breads and pies once they are put out on to the cooling rack. By draping the towel over the bread or pie, it will keep it from cooling down too fast. It helps keep it from drying out too.
Personally I love the large cotton dish towels because they’re more versatile. In my house we have a lot of dinner dishes. Therefore, we require a good sized dish towel when doing the nightly clean up. The cotton is nice to work with too! You don’t need to worry about a lot of lint, like you do with some dish towels. There is nothing more annoying than having dinner glasses covered with lint!
Our Grandma I’d Choose You dish towel measures 28″ x 28″ and is completely machine washable.
Dimensions:28″ x 28″, material:Cotton
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