You rarely find quality decorated flour sack towels. These are that rare find. They are adorable, but they also do their job. My son and DIL were gifted these and the skull cork coasters and they loved them. DIL loved that she could use them as her natural rolling surface when baking, as the fabric for flour sacks was the original rolling surface.
Here are used instructions for use as a rolling surface for pie crust, biscuits, cookies, kneading and rolling breads, rolling out desserts, etc. Place the clean towel onto the countertop. Per the recipe, lightly sift flour or powdered sugar over the surface area needed. Run your hand over the towel so the flour gets into the cotton fibers and creates your nonstick surface. Sift a mound of around 1/4 cup of flour into a top corner of the towel. You will use this to sprinkle the rolling pin and towel as needed to maintain the nonstick surface, such as when you see your dough has lifted the flour from the towel. After use, shake the flour carefully into the sink, garbage, or outside. Some frequent bakers will, at this point, fold the towel and place into a cloth or Ziplock bag and store in the freezer. If no dough has stuck to the surface, it can be reused several times before washing. Or, throw the towel into the washing machine. No plastic or silicone comes into contact with the food during use.