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We know who we’ll be dressing up your dinner table and all your meals - these gorgeous hand-dyed napkins. To get this traditional yet contemporary pattern a centuries-old Japanese technique called shibori is used. Each piece of fabric is folded, and tied before being dipped in dye. Each napkin is individually hand-dyed and unique. Mix and match any of the shades together, even in unexpected combinations. Dye patterns and shade will vary with each piece.
Set of 4 napkins
Materials: 100% cotton, natural dye
Size: 20” x 20”
Machine wash cold, on a gentle cycle, with like colors. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. Gently hand wash preferred. Keep out of direct sun. Be aware of any color bleeds in the first few washes.
Due to the nature of natural dyes some fading may occur over time. Do not bleach. Iron if necessary.
In a world where we continuously talk about empowering women and preserving our planet, this napkin is doing all the right things. TerraKlay is collaborating with a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the rehabilitation & generation of sustainable livelihoods for the differently-abled young adults in the rural plantation community of south India. 100% hand dyeing techniques are utilized with natural ingredients making the whole process environment friendly.
Your talented artisans did it again!
They created little masterpieces for every day use!
Both the napkins and the placements bring a warm, simple yet fine touch to my every day table!
I will post pictures of my new items on instagram in the next days
Nicole, you are very kind. I do believe that our artisans are incredibly talented.
Love the quality of these napkins! Super soft and has held well to multiple wash cycles!
Thank you for this feedback!
TerraKlay is bringing a wide range of functional designs in stoneware pottery created by craftsmen and craftswomen from south India's village community.
These products were born from the idea to create a platform where the villagers could live and work in their village and learn a new skill instead needing to migrate to bigger cities. This led to the creation of a range of "eco-friendly products" wheel-thrown by village craftsmen. All stoneware cups are fair trade and show the beauty of their handmade artistry.