Savannah Napkin Savannah Napkin

$40.00

Made in Ethiopia by Karama

Measures 20" x...

Made in Ethiopia by Karama

Measures 20" x 20" 

100% Handspun Ethiopian Cotton

Care Instructions:  Machine wash in cold water. Tumble dry low. Iron if desired. Do not bleach. 

Set of 4

Set a grace-filled table with the Savannah napkin. These napkins are perfect for sharing meals with loved ones, while also sharing dignity and hope with women in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The natural-hued napkins boast a solid, subtle design, allowing them to complement any decor. These soft and absorbent napkins are made of 100% hand-spun Ethiopian cotton. Sold in sets of 4.

About Karama:
Products purchased from Karama support artisans living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Karama, an Arabic word meaning dignity, was founded on the principle that individuals thrive when given opportunity to provide for their families through creative, purposeful work. Yeshi is the mother of two, and for the last 10 years she has worked with Karama's Ethiopian textiles partner as a finisher responsible for quality control. Her favorite part of the job is packing the perfect product. With her current income, she is able to provide for her family, save for her children's education, and plan for her own future. Yeshi is dedicated to preparing a bright future for her children by being an example of hard work and self-improvement.

Made in Ethiopia by Karama

Measures 20" x 20" 

100% Handspun Ethiopian Cotton

Care Instructions:  Machine wash in cold water. Tumble dry low. Iron if desired. Do not bleach. 

Set of 4

Set a grace-filled table with the Savannah napkin. These napkins are perfect for sharing meals with loved ones, while also sharing dignity and hope with women in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The natural-hued napkins boast a solid, subtle design, allowing them to complement any decor. These soft and absorbent napkins are made of 100% hand-spun Ethiopian cotton. Sold in sets of 4.

About Karama:
Products purchased from Karama support artisans living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Karama, an Arabic word meaning dignity, was founded on the principle that individuals thrive when given opportunity to provide for their families through creative, purposeful work. Yeshi is the mother of two, and for the last 10 years she has worked with Karama's Ethiopian textiles partner as a finisher responsible for quality control. Her favorite part of the job is packing the perfect product. With her current income, she is able to provide for her family, save for her children's education, and plan for her own future. Yeshi is dedicated to preparing a bright future for her children by being an example of hard work and self-improvement.