When it comes to dish and hand towels, not all are created equally. The Coin Laundry is a Montana-based company that makes an assortment of towels to absorb whatever you dish out, all with a touch of 1950s style for any kitchen, bathroom, or bar.
What makes these towels so absorbent, as well as soft and fast-drying, is old-fashioned, eco-friendly 100% cotton flour sack. This same material traditionally was used for drying dishes, polishing glassware, straining food, and even proofing bread dough.
Founder Jennifer Blake uses earth-friendly inks and solvents to silk-screen design motifs like Mason jars and foot pedal sewing machines for a timeless look.
In addition to finding inspiration from the quality craftsmanship of the past, Jennifer also looks to favorite songs like “Beat it” and everyday sayings to give the towels a light-hearted feel sure to make you smile.
Whether used for dishes or your hands, these towels can hang with the best of them.