White Hand Hemstitched Linen Napkin
Our White Hand Hemstitched Napkins are perfect for dressing your table, especially if you are looking for a simple, elegant concept.Combine these napkins with our Floral Renaissance Lace Napkin Rings to create a perfect setting for your dinner party or event.
Material: 100% Cotton Linen
Dimensions: 40cm x 40cm
Washing Instructions: To wash your White Hand Hemstitched Napkins just soak them in stain removal, if needed, and then rinse in the washing machine using the "delicates" programme or put them in a wash bag before putting them in the machine.
Not to be bleached Ironing
Instructions: Just spray some water on it and use the linen programme on your iron carefully! Iron it thoroughly making sure the stitches don't get trapped on the nose of the iron or the lace may get ruined.
The beauty of Imperfection:
Please understand that the majority of our products are handmade with patience, love and care and contain very delicate, handmade lace and, therefore, there may be some small variations and irregularities in the stitches and thread.
All our products can be made to order, so if you need anything for yourself, the christening of your baby, your wedding or something nice for your home please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As the majority of our products are handmade, which takes time, love and care, you should contact us well in advance in order to get your beautiful pieces delivered in time.
NOTE: the price on the page is for one White Hand Hemstitched Cotton Napkin only
Dispatched same business day from the UK!
We support these women lacemakers in their hometown as well as Children with Cancer UK
We are a UK-based brand, but our lace & embroidery are handcrafted in Poção, Northeast of Brazil, by a group of women who have been making lace & embroidery for generations. Their exclusive, high-quality works are lovingly created within their family environment, so there isn't stress or forced labour involved in the creation of any of our products! Their "master-pieces" are mostly created of 100% cotton, which in Brazil comes, mostly, from