The cotton threads in MINNA's Ikat Napkins are first knotted and dyed before warping the loom, resulting in a painterly pattern after weaving. Bring some extra pops of color and pattern to your dining table by mix and matching these bright and fun napkins with our other kitchen textiles. Handwoven by a family run weaving co-op in Nahuala, Guatemala.
- 20" x 20"
- 100% cotton
- Machine wash, tumble dry or hang dry
- Gets softer and more absorbent with every wash
- Due to the nature of handcrafted goods, slight variations are embraced
- Ethically made
MINNA uses traditional craft techniques to produce ethically made, socially responsible goods with a contemporary aesthetic. Working collaboratively, MINNA creates multipurpose products; their patterns, colors, and textures are meant to be mixed, matched, and layered for today’s modern home.
All of MINNA’s products are sourced from 100% natural and sustainable materials. The cotton and wool used in their products are colored with natural dyes or toxin-free synthetic dyes. Each handmade piece is the result of a careful production process — a difference you can both see and feel. Employing a cottage industry approach, MINNA partners with master weavers and artisan collectives in Mexico, Guatemala, and Uruguay, which helps ensure craft preservation and job creation. The artisans MINNA partners with set their own wages and MINNA is committed to following fair trade practices in all aspects of their business.