Indigo Flour Sack Tea Towel With Palmetto Tree Design

Do you know the history of indigo in South Carolina?

Indigo was first cultivated in South Carolina by Eliza Lucas Pinckney during the mid 1700's. She's also credited with helping indigo become the state's main export crop - and for using it as dye for the blue coats during the American Revolution.

These 100% cotton tea towels pay homage to this history and would make a great decorative accent in any South Carolina kitchen. They are super soft, absorbent and are hand printed and hand dyed using natural indigo in Greenville, S.C.

These Palmetto Flour Sack Towels also serve as unique hostess gifts, wedding gifts and special occasion gifts for someone in your life who is from - or lives in - the Palmetto State.

The design of the official South Carolina state tree, the Palmetto tree, is featured prominently on these towels in white ink. And a hang tag with the history of indigo in South Carolina is affixed to each towel.

Dimensions: Measure 30" x 30" in size.

Special Care: Wash in cold water with like colors.