Indigo Shibori Cloth Napkins - Set of 4
Add stunning texture and color to your table with these handmade Shibori cloth napkins.
Shibori is the Japanese art of shaped resist dyeing. Textiles are compressed by binding, wrapping, stitching & folding techniques that create a resist when dyed. While each piece is similarly wrapped, all are unique due to the hand tied and hand dyed process.
About the maker, Fiber + Mud: Based in Pachaug, Connecticut, Lori Dziedzic is a farmer and textile dyer. She grows indigo and other natural dye plants and weave with fiber donated by her herd of alpaca. An ever-evolving farm, Lori started out breeding huacaya alpaca for their fiber, which she spins and dyes. In the past few years her farm was transitioned to a dye farm, where madder and weld along with indigo are grown - primary colors!
Care: Warm/hot wash, tumble dry. No bleeding or fading. Remove from dryer promptly, no iron.
Includes four designs shown, each approximately 19" x 19". Certified Organic Cotton.