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Indigo Corte Cloth Napkins

Indigo Corte Cloth Napkins

Blues in the kitchen . . . always perfect!

Regular price $38.00 USD
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Handwoven vintage cotton fabrics make wonderful napkins for everyday use! Intertwined's fun napkins are sustainably made from a second-hand cortes, traditional handwoven skirts worn by Mayan women in Guatemala. Tailors at Ruth & Naomi in Guatmala use their expert sewing skills to transform each corte into one-of-a-kind sets of napkins.

Details

Set of 4

18" X 18"

100% vintage cotton

Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low.

All napkins in one set of four are made from the same corte. However, one set may differ from the next set, but they are all very close in design and color. You can see examples of various sets in the photos.

Handmade Vintage

This product is made with handmade, upcycled fabric. We believe the minor imperfections associated with vintage fabric are part of the charm and uniqueness of the item. We do our best to take photos that accurately represent the true colors and worn nature of the handwoven fabric, but colors vary across monitors, and photos can’t highlight all aspects of a product.

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More About the Artisan...

RUTH AND NAOMI is a sewing and crafts cooperative in Chichicastenango, Guatemala founded by local tailor and Methodist pastor, Diego Chicoj. The cooperative began as a way to provide a source of income to widows of Guatemala’s Civil War. Now, both men and women sew and weave tableware, pillows, and blankets. They also crochet bags and coasters.

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