napkins - aka small furoshikis

napkins - aka small furoshikis

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We are referencing our everyday napkins- as small furoshikis to encourage the idea of using something very simple like a napkin to use in many different ways in our everyday lives to move towards a non-disposable life.

Of course they are great to use as everyday napkins at the family table, togo lunch for school or work, and picnic.

Other uses could be to wrap a sandwich to go, instead of a disposable wrap or bag.
Tie, wrap and carry a small bowl of left overs togo- you could use storage containers or tiffins.
Moistened and lay over veggies that need moisture in the fridge to stay their freshest or ask your cheese counter if they can wrap your cheese in a napkin instead or using plastic.

When napkins become well worn or stained, use as a dish cloth.

QUANTITY - A set includes 4 unwashed napkins of your choice of fabrics, simply and beautifully tied together with vintage linen string and Ambatalia hang tag.

SIZE -  Measurements 17" x 17" after shrinkage.

MATERIALS:
The ticking (stripes) and nordic blue chambray are made of a 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton blend.
Recycled is a 55% recycled hemp and organic cotton.
Linen is 100% flax linen.

CARE -We recommend washing in cold water and line drying in caring for the fabric and environment.  Machine wash warm and tumble dry is okay, we do recommend low heat. If you do use the dryer, it's best to pull towels out a bit early to avoid wrinkling, by folding them, using the pressure of your hand and smoothing our fabric. 

We don't use any plastic in the shipping of our products and use 80- 100% recycled shipping and promotional materials. They can either be composted or recycled.
We proudly utilize all scraps created in manufacturing.

Thoughtfully designed and ethically manufactured in California.

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