What are Flour Sack TowelsOrder Now
During 19th and early 20th-century, basic cooking items including flour, salt, and sugar, were traded in sacks made of 100% cotton. These flour sacks were made out of the finest cotton which was heavily knitted in a diagonal fashion, providing an enlarged surface area and making it easier for the fabric to dry. It didn’t take long enough for people to realize that this could be used for numerous other things such as dish towels, diapers, pillow cases, hand towels etc. After utilizing the cooking supplies, these four sacks were washed and recycled into something new. Thus, these flour sacks have been a popular choice for towels due to their soft and absorbent fabric, making them a workhorse of the day today kitchen activities.
Printing on flour sack towels
Direct to garment printing (DTG) is a process of printing on textiles using specialized ink jet technology.
Digital print heat transfer, the desired graphic is first digitally printed on special heat transfer paper using a solvent ink.