Hand-Dyed Indigo Napkins | Set of 4
A set of four cloth napkins to bring the global look of indigo to your table. Super-soft and absorbent, the dyeing process to achieve the unique indigo hue takes days to complete.
The ancient art of traditional indigo dyeing has played an integral role in the culture and traditions of West Africa for centuries. The Obakki Foundation collection of authentic indigo-dyed homewares, textiles, and scarves pay direct homage to the rich heritage of the people in these regions.
Sewing and natural dyeing represent ways for the women of Bidi Bidi to provide for themselves, which is why we’ve opened our first tailor shop and textile training facility in the heart of the refugee resettlement area.
"These authentically-dyed indigo pieces are a symbol of strength."
OUR PRODUCTS HAVE A GREATER PURPOSE
With our 100% model, all of the net proceeds from your purchase will go directly to helping the women of Bidi Bidi invest in their future.
Hand-dyed authentic indigo
50cm x 50cm
Made in Canada