Indigo Tie Dye Embroidered Napkins


These napkins made from handloom indigo are out to play. Each is made from a different pattern of fabric with a different kantha embroidery on the edges. If that wasn’t enough they have an artisanal tie and dye on them. These are keepsakes to use and love for a long time to come. Size 15″ x15″ and available in sets of 2,4, and 6.

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How to Use it

Nothing like napkins made with love by many, many hands to bring a smile to your face. Use them with your meals, to clean that crummy surface or to hide a love letter.

Each napkin is made from a different pattern . Each has a different embroidery pattern and a tie and dye pattern to boot. They mix and match well with our coasters and table mats.

How it changes the world

Who made it

This fabric uses natural dye indigo extracted from the Indigofera tinctoria plant.

Textile heritage

This fabric has been handwoven by weavers of Kamalapuram  and designed by Sonica Sarna. They are a piece of the handloom textile heritage of India and made from natural dyes. Each piece is handsewn using traditional kantha embroidery motifs.

Sewn by Projecthrive

This piece has been hand cut and sewn by the ladies of Projecthrive. A sewing center that trains and employs women from the slums of New Delhi in an endeavor to provide them equal economic opportunity. They make each piece on order just for you.