Indigo Napkins - Set of 4 - Little Mountain
There isn't anything quite like cloth napkins to make a meal feel special. Whether you're serving mac & cheese or salmon-- these napkins will up the ante.
Method: These 100% cotton napkins are hand dyed in natural indigo with a modern shibori method-- folding the fabric and then clamping it, with various shapes (cassette tapes, triangles and blocks) they are then triple dipped to create these patterns. Napkins measure 16 x 16 and come in a set of 4.
Note that variations in the patterns will occur as each delicate, yet durable napkin is individually made.
Since 2013, Lou Garner has been hand-dyeing indigo textiles and accessories to wear and to decorate at home. Working out of her home studio in West Tennessee, she dyes with natural indigo yielding sublime shades. Her patterns are based on a modern shibori method as well as a stencil + rice paste resist method -- utilizing everything from river rocks + wooden blocks to cassette tapes + laser-cut forms to create patterns on natural fibers. Indigo dreams come true.