Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters
Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters Unpaper Towels on Kraft Tube . 12 or 24 Count . Marley’s Monsters
$34.00

Unpaper Towels—pre-rolled on a cardboard tube, ready for use with any paper towel holder. These 100% cotton flannel towels naturally cling together, making it easy to roll them up on the dowel without the need for snaps. Single-ply. Edges are serged for durability and to prevent fraying. Absorbency is increased after the first few washes and will shrink just enough to be the perfect size for your holder. Each towel is 12 x 10 inches.

Made in Eugene, Oregon by Marley's Monsters.

Sarah (Marley and Fox's Mom) started Marley's Monsters while on maternity leave from her career as an interior designer, in January of 2013. She has always had a passion for making anything and everything, so she knew that she wanted to make her child, Marley, something special before she was born. She decided that this project would be a stuffed monster made with the fabric scraps she had collected for years. She pulled out her dusty sewing machine out of the closet and taught herself how to use it. She really hadn't sewn anything since she was a little girl and never fully understood the ins and outs of working a sewing machine. But after hard work, dedication and trial and error, Marley's first monster was born. After the monster she just kept going. She started making Marley everything she needed, always with sustainability and reusability in mind. Throughout the baby years, she tried product after product and learned what she liked and didn't like about each one before designing her own version. Every recommendation or new product request from her customers also helped them to grow into what Marley's Monsters is today.