The exotic Guayaba fruit was the inspiration for this classic striped individual tablecloth with delicate embroidered edges, made of organic cotton and tintany with Ratania and Retama.
These individual tablecloths are made of loom by women who are part of the Zuahaza artisanal collective, dedicated to creating sustainable employment opportunities for Colombian artisanal communities through the revitalization of traditional handicrafts through mutual collaboration for the exchange of knowledge and knowledge.
They use natural dyes that come from plant waste and plants that contain coloring properties, such as yellow onion skins, tree bark, indigo leaves and other South American plants.
All products are handmade with 100% natural and ecological materials. They can vary slightly in size, shape and color, but they are 100% original and unique!
Instructions for use:
All textiles are handmade with organic cotton and dyed with natural dyes, so it is recommended to avoid long exhibitions exposed to the direct light of the sun and follow the following indications:
- Washing: hand or machine washing with programs for delicate garments or cold water, using a neutral pH detergent.
- Drying: For better results, you dry your article in the air.
- Ironed: Use high heat with a slightly wet cloth.