Black Walnut Dinner Napkins
Embrace the art of sustainable entertaining. The Farmhouse Project teamed up with their dear friend Annie Cadden from Fisher Cat Fiber to add a bit of natural color to their napkins by dying them with black walnuts from their property. These gorgeous deep chocolate cloth napkins, made from stone-washed natural flax linen and printed with their signature monogram logo, are less wasteful than paper and look so much more elegant.
The Farmhouse Project's signature napkin color is from dyeing with walnuts (Eastern American Black Walnut, Juglans nigra) gathered right from the trees on the farmhouse property. Walnuts are gathered in the summer and soaked in well water for weeks to create a dark liquid. The walnuts are then heated in the liquid to increase the dye potential. Later the walnuts are strained, and the linens are added, creating warm shades of brown.
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 [onion skins]
Pre-washed; slight variations in size and color can be expected. Machine washable in like colors. Store out of direct sunlight.
Handmade in Sullivan County, NY by The Farmhouse Project.
Dimensions: 20" square
100% stone-washed natural linen
Arrives via USPS within 3-5 business days.
FINAL SALE; no exchanges, no returns.