Vibrant, one-of-a-kind napkin collection made from Osei-Duro fabric offcuts. Each set is crafted from hand dyed fabrics with original artwork, creating a truly unique addition to any table setting. Every aspect of this collection is women-founded and ethically-made. Read more about the maker story on our blog.
Set of 4, 16.5" cotton napkins. Each set was ethically produced in partnership with Jonnon by people facing barriers to employment.
Upcycled. Reusable. Natural. Hand dyed cotton. Ethically produced.
Due to the hand dyed nature of these napkins, each set may have its own unique colour or pattern deviations.
Why It's Better
How To Care
Reusing fabric napkins can save millions of paper from the landfill. 41% of households use paper napkins, which is equivalent to 151 million people using paper napkins everyday. These napkins are often not recycled due to the fibers being too small or food contaminants, which means they are filling our landfills with single-use paper items.
Where It's Made
Hand or machine wash cold, hang to dry. Due to the hand dyed nature of these napkins, each set may have its own unique colour or pattern deviations.
Fabric is hand dyed in Ghana. Each set of napkins was ethically produced in Vancouver, partnership with Jonnon by women facing barriers to employment.