Mason Jar Dish Towel


If you are a person that likes anything vintage, country or are especially drawn to mason jars, then you will love this mason jar dish towel. Featuring a variety of different mason jars, this black on white dish towel is the perfect addition to any kitchen.

This generously sized cotton dish towel is machine washable and is sure to add character no matter where it is hung. Would look especially nice with stainless steel appliances.

Grab a basket and use it as liner when serving sliced bread too. Nice gift idea!

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This cotton mason jar dish towel is black and white featuring a variety of mason jar designs.  It is amazing how many different styles and different designs of mason jars there were throughout the years. The towel displays varying vintage styles that are peppered throughout. A perfect compliment to any black and white decor too.

It is a fun addition and is sure to add a touch of country to any kitchen!

Use it to line a bread basket when serving your favorite sliced bread, muffins, scones or rolls. Great idea: To keep bread or muffins warm longer, pick up one of our bread warmers and place in basket prior to filling. The heat of the bun warmer radiates the warmth and keeps your baked goods warm and delicious even longer!

Personally I love the large cotton dish towels because they’re more versatile. In my house we have a lot of dinner dishes so we require a good sized dish towel when doing the dishes and clean up. The cotton is nice to work with and 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 Mason Jar dish towel measures 28″ x 28″ and is completely machine washable.

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