This lovely set of four cotton napkins by New York based textile artist Samantha Verrone was hand dyed with logwood and rust, which grant each napkin its unique variation of color, pattern, and texture. As part of the natural dye process, each napkin will be slightly different.
A portion of the profit is donated to support New Yorkers in need.
Made by hand in the Bronx.
Approximately 19 x 19 inches.
Machine wash gentle cycle; machine dry low.
Made by hand in New York, using both vintage and locally sourced materials, Samantha Verrone produces one of a kind pieces, short run home furnishings and accessories that draw inspiration from Korean Pojagi patchwork and Japanese layered Boro cloth. She accepts the challenge of making something new from something that would otherwise be discarded. In employing the unique process of natural dying including rust and tannins, Samantha finds the beauty and value in decay. This slow and mindful process makes possible an ethical practice dedicated to embracing thrift and practicing sustainability, and results in objects of beauty suitable for everyday use. Made by hand in the Bronx using antique, vintage, locally and ethically sourced materials. A portion of the profit is donated to local charities benefitting New Yorkers in need.