It’s easy to appreciate this Linen napkin with Eco printing. An up-cycled napkin, it has been hand dyed. Natural dyes on up-cycled linen napkins equal sustainable products. The size of this linen napkin with Eco printing is 48 cm x 52 cm (19″ x 20″)
This vintage linen was eco-printed using leaves from my garden
It has been dyed with Indigo. It is repurposed fabric, which makes it sustainable and gives it a new life!
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Sustainable methods give new life to this up-cycled fabric. Renewal means that a new item is created. And landfills have a bit less added to them. The links below show more examples of my up-cycled, naturally dyed fabrics.
Imagine, Design, Gratify
This beautiful, linen napkin with Eco printing is ideal, as fabric for a sewing project, such as part of a quilt. Or it can become a part of a clothing item, scarf, change purse, pillow cover, handbag. These are examples of how my up-cycled napkins can be created into stunning and personal items. So many possibilities!
A Napkin as Napkin
Linen is my fabric of choice for several reasons. The fibre is very strong. To guarantee high quality and an enduring fabric, a lower thread count is needed. Since linen is faster drying than cotton, it is a great choice of fabric. Known for its absorbency, linen can absorb up to 20% of its weight, in moisture.
Elegant napkins and tablecloths are often made with fine linen. It is soft to the touch and easy to care for. Paired with an attractive linen tablecloth, dining becomes a special experience.
The process of Natural Dyeing
Firstly, the fabric must be scoured. Since Indigo does not require a mordant for the dye to adhere to the fabric, it may be put directly into the Indigo vat. However, if additional dye colours are required afterwards, the fabric must be mordanted first.
Indigo dye works differently than other natural dyes. The fabric is dipped into the Indigo vat many times, for varying lengths of time. More dips, in the indigo vat means the shade of blue is darker.
My fabrics have been lovingly dyed and designed, with the commitment and skill of an accomplished artist.
Each item is dyed separately, which makes them different from others, in both colour and design. Be assured, that each item is unique.
I accept Returns, however some exceptions may apply
A 14 day return policy is in place for all fabric items (tunics, daypacks, scarves, bandanas, napkins) purchased through my website. This means that within 14 days of receiving your item, a request to return can be made
Please read before considering a return:
- Product satisfaction is important to me
- Return eligibility requires that the item must be in the same condition that you received it: unworn, unused, unwashed, with tags in place, original packaging. Also, proof of purchase is also required
- Please contact me before returning an item in order to inform me as to why you wish to return it
- A request for returning your item must be made within 14 days after receipt of the purchase
- Returns will be accepted and a refund issued after my consideration, that my return policy has been followed
- Return shipping costs will be borne by the purchaser
Care of instructions:
For best care, machine wash cold, with a mild detergent, then tumble dry and iron. When drying, direct exposure to sunlight is not recommended.