Enzyme Washed Linen Napkin
Starting at $35 USD
Linen is a lifestyle, from planting the flax, a self-pollinating plant, powerful and difficult to tame, to the harvest, to the weaving. The ritual of dyeing is inherently nature based. Stronger and longer lasting than cotton or wool, we enzyme wash for softness, still allowing the fabric to reveal itself and get better with time. We have partnered with a hand-loom collective in India for the process of achieving the perfect hue, size, heft, and fray.
Variations: Table Runner, Tablecloths, Napkins, Placemats, Pillow Shams, Bed Coverlet
Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer’s Roman and Williams Guild Original Private Label.
Care Instructions: Our linens are made for everyday use and are machine washable. Wash with cold water with a very mild detergent, we suggest Laundress, tumble dry on low or line dry. Hand smooth and fold linens flat to reduce wrinkling. Please note that ironing and bleach will stiffen our linens, hot water will shrink them.
Our Enzyme linens have a hem just inside the fringe to keep them from fraying away. However, the first few times they are washed, they will shed a bit. Simply cut the threads that start to shed to the same length as the fringe. We recommend washing linens alone for first the first few washes to avoid getting lint on your other textiles.
Plant-based dyes give our natural linens their unique colors. As in any organic process, the dye lots may vary slightly so please note that the final product may not match the color swatch exactly.