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From: RaveledEdges (
Subject:         Washable Paper Towels
Date: March 1, 2010 at 10:02 am PST

Thank you for your interest in my washable "paper" items. I will do my best to make your transaction pleasant.

Set of 12 100% cotton flannel cloths
Approx. 12" x 10" size. ‘Super absorbent and beautiful too!
These towels make CLEANING ENJOYABLE!!
Use any way you would use a paper towel. They also make wonderful soft face cloths, casual napkins, place mats. Machine wash and tumble dry.

SAVE MONEY by not buying all those paper products that you just throw away after using them!!! Help REDUCE the amount of stuff to goes to our landfills!

CHOOSE by number and E-MAIL ME for availability. Right now I have one set of each pattern.
326 -variety pak
315 yellow
331 dk creme with dk blue flowers
318 white
303 blue patterns
312 white with green stars

$9.49 + $2.49 s/h. IDAHO buyers, add 6% tax. Please email me for paypal account info.

PAYPAL ONLY. Please pay within 24 HOURS after our communication and use a verified address.

ORDERS are sent by USPS w/delivery confirmation. This protects both the buyer and the seller. ORDERS ARE SENT out within 1-2 business days. Once the package is mailed, I am not responsible for lost items or slow mail. If you want INSURANCE let me know and I will adjust the s/h to include the fee.

I REUSE materials for shipping such as boxes, envelopes, etc. to reduce materials going to our landfills. This also saves you money on the s/h that I need to charge to you.

About me:
I really do love to sew. It has been my hobby and passion since I took a sewing class in Junior High School. Starting out with simple dresses, tote bags, and stuffed animals, I soon "graduated up" to making most of my children's clothes - including their socks and underwear! I have always been a bit on the frugal size and have looked for different ways to reduce, reuse, recyle. When I came across the idea for washable "paper" products, I was hooked!

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