Sustainable Threads exclusively promotes fair trade, handmade products made with natural fibers, this social enterprise brings together our professional experience and passion for rural development, entrepreneurship and social justice.
The solid color napkins involve merging of 2 different thread shades from the warp and the weft, the interplay of which creates a soft sheen.
Soft and highly absorbent, these are a practical way to reduce consumption of disposable paper napkins. Packaged with a belly band and a hanger, it makes an excellent party favor and host or hostess gift.
Handwoven fabrics are meticulously planned and created, requiring a complex estimation, depending on the design. Handweaving is unforgiving: mistakes cannot be reversed, as weaves can't be undone.
- Set of 4, Size 20" x 20"
- 100% cotton with low impact dyes
- Handwoven finely on bamboo looms
- Machine wash cold, delicate cycle, tumble dry low
Shipping & Returns
We currently ship to the contiguous United States and Alaska.
- $7 flat rate shipping
- Free shipping on orders over $70
Due to the handmade nature of our products, orders typically ship 3-5 business days. Orders are processed Monday-Friday. Tracking will be emailed upon shipment.
We offer a 30 day return window for product purchased from ThistleFarms.org, The Shop At Thistle Farms or at an official Thistle Farms pop-up event. A pre-paid shipping label will be provided and the $7 shipping cost dedicated from the refund. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.
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Filter Reviews:CI12/04/2019Carol I.United States
The cotton napkins are a beautiful, rich color and very soft. They wash and dry well. Highly recommend.DS11/14/2019Donna S.
Beautiful napkins. Well made. Lovely color.
Meet the Artisans
Demographic of Artisans: Survivors of Domestic Violence and The Physically Disabled
Sustainable Threads works in partnership with disadvantaged artisans including physically disabled individuals, survivors of domestic violence, and socially marginalized tribal communities – to co-design their pieces, marrying modern aesthetic with traditional art techniques and textiles.