The Victory Garden of Tomorrow is a project of J. Wirtheim and his tiny, eco-friendly studio in Portland, Oregon.
These classic kitchen items are something your great-grandmother would recognize.
Regular housewives would buy flour in 100 lb. sacks. The sacks were a thin, square weave cotton fabric. When they were empty, the bags would be cut open, the edges would be seamed to become a sturdy and useful kitchen cloth.
They were used instead of paper towels and to wrap your primed bread loaves.
Made in the USA.