Shibori and Indigo table napkins


Hand dyed in Indigo natural dye and shibori stitched, this pair of cotton napkins are one of a kind. They are made for regular use, whether for daily meals or special times. The design on these Indigo napkins is original, with the expertise of an accomplished visual artist.


This pair of Shibori and Indigo table napkins of upcycled cotton have been hand dyed. One napkin features leaf shapes. And the other has wavy shapes. Shibori stitch resist technique created the organic design.

These napkins are up-cycled, giving them new life. Their size is 43 cm x 43 cm (17″ square), with a finished hem.

Hand dyed and stitched separately, these Shibori and Indigo table napkins are truly one of a kind

They are ideal for any occasion, including daily meals. Or, to be appreciated when dining with family and friends. These cotton napkins have been lovingly made, with the commitment and skill of an accomplished artist. They look fantastic when paired with other indigo napkins or other naturally dyed ones.

I use a variety of shibori resist techniques. But mainly, I prefer stitch resist and Arashi. What is shibori? Click the link below to find out.

Shibori stitch resist on cotton
Shibori stitch resist on cotton

Care of information: machine or hand wash cold, using a mild detergent. Tumble dry and iron.

Additional information


blue, white


leaf, shibori, wavy


cotton, indigo, natural dyes