White hand-woven cotton-twill napkins hand-dyed and finished with an elegant Italian hem stitch. They are a thoughtful hostess gift or the perfect way to dress up any tabletop. Sold in sets of four.
Textile weaving is one of the oldest crafts in Sri Lanka. It has however, with the import of cheaper and lower quality textiles, had to struggle for survival in recent decades. This product is made by the more than 750 mostly female weavers and needle women at Barefoot who practice their craft out of small work centres located in the countryside. The strong and vibrant colours are a reflection Sri Lankan culture and heritage.
• Dimensions: 45cm x 45cm.
• 4 Cotton Napkins.
|Barefoot began over 40 years ago when founder Barbara Sansoni was invited to design cloth for women learning to weave in a convent workshop North of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Today the company she founded has a small team of dedicated designers who work with their own dyers, weavers...
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