Phone booth/blue un-paper towels
Phone booth/blue un-paper towels

Phone booth/blue un-paper towels

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These fabrics were hand selected and sewn by Prudence, my daughter.

Sets are 6 towels each and measure about 10x12 inches. 

100% cotton flannel. 

They also make perfect burp cloths, baby wipes, family cloth, and so much more! 

Prudence is 7 and still perfecting her craft. I do my best to double check her work but I'm human. If you are unsatisfied with the stitching on your order please message me before your leave a review. 


Paper Towel Waste in the United States

In the United States, we use more than 6,500,000 TONS of paper towels every year. That’s a lot of trees and a lot of waste.

  • According to the EPA, paper and paperboard products make up the largest percentage of all municipal solid waste, at a whopping 25.9 percent.
  • To make one ton of paper towels, 17 trees are cut down and 20,000 gallons of water are consumed.
  • It would take 51,000 trees planted per day to replace the number of paper towels that are tossed each day.
  • Decomposing paper towels in our landfills (remember, more than 13 million pounds per year) produce methane gas. Methane gas is a leading cause of global warming.
  • In the U.S. alone, paper towels yield a $6 billion market.       **source**