Using a napkin is just the polite thing to do, and providing your guests with this handmade cotton version would demonstrate utmost gentility. These striped cotton and hemp napkins are hand-printed and hand-sewn in New York City. The napkins will get even better with use, as the cotton and hemp continue to get softer over time.
These napkins are handmade from a blend of certified organic cotton and hemp, so they’re rugged enough to take on a picnic, yet still make a refined place setting at the formal dining room table. Use them as placemats, line a basket of home-baked bread, or lay one out on a tabletop and and set out candlesticks. Throw them in the washer and dryer to clean. They’ll keep getting softer and even more usable with time.
Sisters Bethany and Jenna Mallett created this line of home goods, including throw pillows, napkins and more, to satisfy their desire for stylish products manufactured in a way that was not detrimental to the world around them. The Ohio natives founded their company in 2008, and their ever-evolving collections recall a rustic simplicity, while fitting comfortably within an elegant, contemporary setting. The cotton goods are made up of reclaimed fabrics treated with gentle dyes and processes.
Cotton and hemp napkin with striped pattern. Printed and sewn by hand in the U.S.A. Each measures 17 x 17 inches. Available in black or red. (more info)
17 inches (43 cm) x 17 inches (43 cm)
Blend of certified organic cotton and hemp
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