Pat your pout with something pretty and eco-friendly. This reusable cotton-linen blend napkin will make your holiday place setting stand out with the criss-cross gold Quilt print bordered by constrast stitching. After the meal is over, simply toss in the wash until the next get-together. It can also be used as a tea towel for drying hands and dishes or to wrap a gift of holiday cookies in.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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