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Cotton Napkin

You’ll love it because: This is a painless and, dare we say, pretty way to trade in your paper napkins for reusable, eco-friendly natural cotton napkins.

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$2.76$3.42

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Description

Being eco-friendly has never been easier. Our collection of cotton napkins are all natural and make a perfect replacement for disposable options. After use, throw them into the washing machine or hand wash, easy!

The fabric is woven by Tai Lue artisans in Luang Prabang province, and the finishing work is completed at the Living Crafts Centre. Join us in our no-paper journey!

  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Care Instructions
  • Dimensions: (Small size: 35 cm x 35 cm; Medium size 40 cm x 40 cm)

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WeightN/A
Color

Dark Blue, Light Blue, White

Size

Small, Medium

Made by:

Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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