It is the English language's missing and much needed second-person plural pronoun. As in, y'all will enjoy having this towel in your kitchens.
Black ink screen printed on white flour sack cotton kitchen towel.
Our heavyweight towels measure about 30”x30” and are printed by hand in a tiny red barn in Georgia. The fabric for our tea towels and napkins are a premium 58/58 thread count cotton with solid hemming on four sides. That means they stand up to repeated washings and iron smooth for when you have company. Our clean, classic designs are the perfect home decor for a rustic, country farmhouse, an elegant city loft or any home that needs some classic Southern charm.
Come read our Barn Blog for stories more Southern than train songs, white dirt and Carolina dogs.
Chuck Reece, former editor of The Bitter Southerner and voice of the award-winning The Bitter Southerner Podcast, spins some tales so good they'll make you want to say grace with a Southern drawl and eat a tomato sandwich. And come on over to our brand new sister publication, Salvation South. We're telling Southern stories about hope and healing that are guaranteed to make your heart smile!
Stacy Reece, Cool Stuff Officer at Down South, makes the products and adds a few stories and recipes to make everybody from grandmothers to grandmillenials feel good about about having a Southern drawl. She also makes all the products for Salvation South. Her work has been featured in Okra Magazine and the Southern Living Blog.
Y'all is the contraction between you and all. In the Southern United States, people use y'all when addressing a two or more people. Y'all is an informal way of saying `you all.' It is not spelled yall or ya'll. We know. We checked.