Responsibly designed table linens. Using leftover denim and clothing scraps, The New Denim Project® gives new life to discarded fabric that otherwise would have gone to waste. Through a circular manufacturing process, the fabric scraps are cleaned, shredded, mixed and spun into yarn to create new textile designs. (Even the fiber byproduct from the process is passed on to coffee growers to use as compost.) This striped cotton napkin is handwoven by highly skilled artisans with incredible attention to detail. Patterned in slender pale blue and white lines, the subtly textured napkin sets a beautifully relaxed table with the other coordinating pieces in this collection.
As part of our commitment to explore ways to replace single-use consumption with circular projects and products, we're excited about our exclusive collaboration with The New Denim Project. This family-owned textile mill in Guatemala is committed to closing the loop on the concept of waste through thoughtful upcycling processes while preserving traditional crafts.
The New Denim Project ® Striped Cotton Napkin 18" sq.
80% recycled cotton and 20% cotton
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low; cool iron as needed