Manos Cruceñas Artisan Store is a nonprofit that supports over 100 indigenous Mayan women artisans from Santa Cruz, Guatemala. Our artisans are trained in the CECAP Vocational Training Center and earn a fair wage. Our artisans also receive non-economic support such as nutrition classes and women’s empowerment workshops. Meaningful work at a meaningful wage. All proceeds directly benefit artisans and their families.

Napkins, Blue - Set of 6

*Ser201570*
$30.00
Set of 6 - 16 x16 inches (each).
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Our table napkins are certain to be used everyday! Sewn from upcycled jaspe* fabric they are soft and washable.

Set of 6 - 16"x16" each.

Machine wash, gentle cycle.

Each Manos Cruceñas product that you purchase will be accompanied by a tag with the artisan's name who made it!

*Jaspe (pronounced “haspeh”) is a traditional Guatemalan cotton/cotton-blend/rayon textile that is woven on a peddle-loom. The fabric is traditionally used for women’s skirts. Jaspe patterns are created by a series of faint stripes formed by the arrangement of light, medium, and dark warp threads or by twisting together 2 threads of different colors. The fabric often has ikat designs.

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