We were invited to a friend's last week for dinner. It was raining and so we were stuck inside, although potentially challenging with rowdy boys in a small space, never uninteresting. My friend is an incredibly creative woman and collector of nature's treasures from smooth river stones to the jaw bone of a fox to owl pellets. There are sewing, knitting and printing projects to be examined, books to look through and inviting set ups. On her kitchen counter I found a jar of Bee's Wraps. They looked so pretty and tidy folded up and stuck in the turquoise jar I had to share them with you. It was also such a practical way to store the wraps. I was impressed.
We store our wraps in a drawer with our towels and cloths. Sometimes they end up in a basket of the counter next to the cloth napkins. Whether rolled or folded in a drawer, jar or basket they are easy to store. Just remember to let air dry completely before packing away. Let us know where you keep your wraps.