Naturally-dyed Napkins in Eucalyptus
Introducing our very first naturally-dyed collection made from 100% up-cycled cotton canvas.
This set of napkins was dyed by Sonoma, California-based artist and chef, Ashley Arsenan of A Farmer and Her Flowers. Ashley harvested the Eucalyptus herself in Sonoma where she lives and works.
We met ashley on a Quiet Town shoot, she was a friend of a friend, and we quickly learned of her many talents, namely her skill with natural dyes. Each piece was dyed in Sonoma this October during harvest season. All pieces are one-of-a-kind and will vary slightly in color and consistency. There are color "highs and low"s similar to a tie-dye. These variances are part of the natural beauty of hand-dyed objects.
Sold in a set of 2
20"x20" Hand-dyed using locally foraged Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus creates a yellow, mustardy, khaki color depending on the strength of the dye-bath and the duration of time the item was steeped for.
Wash in cold water with like colors. Tumble dye or line dry. Iron when needed.
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