Locally-Made Organic Linen Napkins with Black Walnut Dye: Set of 4

Locally-Made Organic Linen Napkins with Black Walnut Dye: Set of 4

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Designed and sewn in Cleveland and naturally dyed with Black Walnut Hulls.

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These napkins are handcrafted in Cleveland in conjunction with our 501c3 nonprofit, Local Abundance Kitchen, and our sewn by refugees and immigrants through the nonprofit organization Esperanza Threads.

Made with organic linen natural fabric, these napkins are sewn in Cleveland. I then dye them with locally foraged native black walnut hulls that I forage in Lodi, OH. Black Walnuts make one of the most colorfast dyes. See washing instructions below.

Each napkin is 12” x 12” with a 2” ruffle.
Set of 4 napkins.

About Natural Dyes: Dyeing with plant material results in unique and interesting colors and designs. There may be imperfections, but that is what is part of the beauty of natural dyes, besides being nontoxic and green-friendly. Natural dyes may be sensitive to light and washing. The should be hand-washed or delicate cycle with ONLY mild dish soap. We do not recommend laundry detergent.


Local Pickup available in Strongsville anytime or Medina during any of our classes.
No returns or exchanges. Thank you!