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Casey Mae Dish Towel

Casey Mae Dish Towel


Note from The Shopkeeper: "This beautiful dish towel is named after my great grandmother, Casey Mae. She lived in Mississippi in the early 1900's when tending a large food garden and butchering a chicken for the evening's dinner wasn't called "homesteading" but was simply her daily life. I can picture her with a simple linen dish towel like this one while working around her humble southern kitchen. My wonderful neighbor helped add our golden wheat logo that represents God's promises to us. That for our bold obedience, He has abundance for us that is beyond our understanding. My hope is that the little golden trinity wheat embroidered on the corner of this dish towel acts as a reminder of God's goodness every time ya'll use it." ~ Casey (the 3rd)

Materials and source: linen; California, USA

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