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, Rose/Orange - Set of 6

Put a touch of Guatemala on your dining table!
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Our table napkins are certain to be used everyday! Sewn from upcycled jaspe* fabric they are soft and washable. The rose/orange jaspe napkins are predominantly rose and orange and may include threads of other colors in lesser amounts. Due to the vast number of variations in jaspe fabrics available, please choose your color palette preference and allow us to select the fabric.

Set of 6 - 14"x14" 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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