Idaho Dish Towel by Catstudio

Item #: CATST-019

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Idaho Dish Towel by Catstudio

This original design celebrates the beautiful State of Idaho. Terrell Swan, one of the owners of catstudio, spent his summers on his grandparents ranch in eastern Idaho riding horses & eating spuds. He insisted that this design be a beauty to reflect Idaho's natural bounty - it does!

The design is silk-screened, then framed with a hand embroidered border on a 100% cotton dish towel/hand towel/guest towel/bar towel. Three stripes down both sides and hand dyed rick-rack at the top and bottom add a charming vintage touch. Delightfully presented in a fab organdy re-usable pouch!

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine wash cold and line dry
  • Packaged in organdy pouch
  • Measures 20" x 29"


Fun Facts:
  • The statehouse in Boise is geothermally heated from hot springs.
  • Idaho produces more potatoes than any other state which is why most Americans know it as the "Spud State."
  • The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area is the largest wilderness area in the contiguous United States at 2.3 million acres.
  • Hells Canyon is possibly the deepest river gorge in North America (certainly deeper than the Grand Canyon) at 7,900 ft.
  • The Salmon River near Riggins in Idaho is the longest free-flowing river that heads and flows within a single state.
  • Idaho is bordered by six states and Canada.
  • Idaho's Hagerman Valley produces nearly 85% of all commercial trout sold in the U.S.
  • Idaho has more river mileage than any other state (3,100 miles of river).
  • 63% of Idaho is public land.
  • Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho, is the largest private two-year college in the nation.
  • The lowest temperature ever recorded in Idaho was -61 Fahrenheit on Jan 16, 1943.
  • The world's largest potato chip is 25 inches by 14 inches and on display at the Idaho Potato Museum in Blackfoot, ID.
  • From the Heaven's Gate Lookout in the Seven Devils mountain range you can see four states!
  • The world's first skiing chairlift is located in Sun Valley, ID (it was built by Union Pacific Railroad engineers in the 1930s).
  • Shoshone Falls, near Twin Falls, ID, drops 52 feet further than Niagara Falls (total of 212 feet).
  • Idaho is also known as the "Gem State."