Gardenia Dinner Napkins
The Farmhouse Project teamed up with their dear friend Annie Cadden from Fisher Cat Fiber again to collaborate on seasonal naturally dyed linens with a vibrant color palette using Gardenia jasminoides, Rubiaceae over-dyed with Eastern American Black Walnut, Juglans nigra.
Gardenia is a genus of flowering plants in the coffee family, Rubiaceae. It has a wealth of health benefits as well as contains crocin, the chemical that gives saffron its yellow hue. This one-time, limited edition linen is created by first dyeing with gardenia fruit and then over-dyeing with black walnuts harvested from The Farmhouse Project property. Together they create this lovely toffee color, which look great alone or can be perfectly matched with our other linens. Shawn then hand screen-prints their signature monogram logo to the back of each napkin. Their table linen collection truly embraces their “rescue, repurpose, recycle” philosophy. An elegant and sustainable alternative to paper napkins and perfect for all of your seasonal entertaining.
The beauty of screen printing and natural dying is that each napkin will have variations in color and shade.
Set of 4.
Dyed in small batches using Sumac.
Pre-washed; slight variations in size and color can be expected. Machine washable in like colors. Store out of direct sunlight
This is a small batch release with limited quantities available.
Handmade in Sullivan County, NY by The Farmhouse Project.
Dimensions: 20" square
100% stone-washed natural flax-linen
Arrives via USPS within 3-5 business days.
FINAL SALE; no exchanges, no returns.