by: 2nd Story Goods
Let your table tell a story. Fair trade artisans made these beautiful napkins--working the process known as batiking. Hot wax applied to cloth provides contrast when dyed. It's a beautiful process with a story to tell. Hidden in each of these napkins is the hope of a male or female artist in Jubilee, Haiti. Read more below and pick up your napkin set today.
The artisans who created these napkins live in a village just outside of Gonaives, Haiti. It's in this village where 2nd Story Goods, a partner of Jesus' Economy, founded Trade School Haiti. At the trade school, artisans are learning to hone their craft so that they can sustainably provide for themselves and their families.
A winning table companion.
Creates jobs in Haiti, for people from extreme poverty situations.
Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.
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