This Kentucky tea towel, with its hidden state design, will be as much a conversational piece as a practical item when tidying up in the kitchen. A great gift for yourself or someone else.
- 100% Cotton Twill
- Hand illustrated print
- Machine washable at 30 degrees
- Size: 19.5" x 27.5"
Fun fact: Roses were first used in the 1896 Kentucky Derby, when winner Ben Brush received an arrangement of pink and white roses. The red rose became the official flower of the Kentucky Derby in 1904. The Derby was given the nickname “The Run for the Roses” in 1925 by sports columnist Bill Corum.