Cotzal Coco Napkins (Set of 4)
Handwoven by our partner weavers in San Juan Cotzal with naturally-dyed cotton prepared at Lake Atitlán (you guessed it, with coconut!), we're excited to share these lovely napkins. Each set contains 4 napkins that show a sweet traditional brocade figure on one corner. Choose below from matching patterns or differentiating for individual use - up to you!
The larger size (compared to what the weavers usually make as a cooperative) makes these napkins practical for dinners and more. We love being able to fold the napkins and keep them on our laps for a meal.
Wondering the meaning behind the traditional brocade figures from this town? Learn what the weavers said on this blog post.
Width: 10 inches
Length: 13 inches plus 1.5 inches of fringes on both ends
Care: Please wash by hand in cold water with gentle detergent and hang or lay flat to dry.
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