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Product description

Color:Penny Pig

The Pocket Pal Kitchen Set includes one pocket potholder and one plaid dishtowel. The potholder features two pockets on the reverse to place your hands. This ensures a good grip while lifting and moving dot dishes. These pot holders also double as a trivet to prevent heat damage to tables, countertops and more. The front of the pot holder features embroidered details and a hanging loop for convenient storage. The kitchen towel features a coordinating plaid design. Both are machine washable. This Kitchen Potholder and towel set is great for use in your own home or makes a thoughtful gift. Made by Now Designs, who for 50 years has designed exclusive home and kitchen products with style and the finest quality in mind.


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CURRENT ISSUE
September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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