North Dakota Dish Towel by Catstudio

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North Dakota Dish Towel by Catstudio

From the Badlands to the Prairie... Lewis & Clarke and the Rough Riders... This original design celebrates the State of North Dakota.

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 highest oil can structure in the world is in Casselton, ND. Constructed by Max G. Taubert, it is a 50 foot high pyramid of empty oil cans.
  • North Dakota grows more sunflowers than any other state.
  • The town of Turtle Lake has a two-ton turtle sculpture near the entrance to the city. The town is home to the annual United States Turtle Racing Championship.
  • The nickname Roughrider State originated in a state-supported tourism promotion in the 1960s/70s. It refers to Theodore Roosevelt's organized U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, trained to fight in the Spanish-American War.
  • North Dakota has no towns or villages. Each community is officially a city. The smallest city in the state is Maza (population of 5 people).
  • North Dakota is the only state with a state-owned bank, the Bank of North Dakota.
  • There are approximately three times more cattle than humans in North Dakota.
  • North Dakota produces more honey than any other state.
  • North Dakotan David Henderson Houston invented the Kodak camera (1887).
  • The Dakota Dinosaur Museum in Dickinson, ND, houses the largest intact triceratops skull in the world. It weighs 1,500 pounds.
  • The world's largest French Fry Feed is held annually in Grand Forks, ND. The world record was set in 2006 when 4,620 pounds of French Fries were consumed by approx. 10,000 people.