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Naturally dyed damask linen fabric


This damask linen napkin has been hand dyed using Madder and Goldenrod natural dyes. Stitch resist and stencil techniques were used to make the designs. The fabric has a woven damask design. The size is approximately 52cm x 55cm (20″ x 21.5 “), with a finished hem.


Upcycled, sustainable, renewed

Sustainable methods give new life to this upcycled fabric. This damask linen fabric takes time to complete. The process of natural dyeing is lengthy. I take great care in creating my designs.

The joy of local harvest

Some of my natural dyes are sourced locally. Additionally, I have grown some in my own garden. Other dyes are bought from reliable companies.

Local Goldenrod was sourced for this napkin. My Madder crop is in it’s second year. Next year it will be ready to harvest. I’m looking forward to seeing and using my own Red dye!

Since each item is dyed separately, they are all unique, in both colour and design.

Create something new

Furthermore, this damask linen napkin is ideal, as a piece 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, or other.

My fabrics have been lovingly dyed and designed, with the commitment and skill of an accomplished artist.

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bronze, pale brick orange, Yellow


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