It's easy to go green! These are a great alternative to paper towels and napkins. It's simple: use, wash, repeat! They gain absorbency after the first few washes. One dozen in each bundle.
They can be folded up and placed in a bowl or basket, or rolled around an empty paper towel tube and put on the holder. I like to use the solid flannel side for 'business' and if they get a stain, no worries! they still look great folded and set on the table or counter.
These towels are in two coordinating prints (six of each pattern) in a retro veggie assortment in bright yellow, orange, mustard, red, navy, beet red, olive, teal, and mint against a white background. Six are the tossed veggies, and six are smaller vegetables in wire baskets. The flannel on the back is white.
Made from 100% cotton, each measures 10 x 11 inches and is two layers - print cotton on top and pre-shrunk cotton flannel on the bottom for great absorbency.
A bundle of 12 will last for years with regular washing and drying. It is recommended to refrain from fabric softeners to preserve absorbency. Wool dryer balls are chemical free way to fluff things in the dryer.