Eat Dinner Napkins

MADE BY DOT & ARMY IN BUSHWICK, GEORGIA

Eat Dinner Napkins
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  • $40 for a set of 4

MOUTH SAYS...

We’re kind of obsessed with whimsical printed napkins, but are also way into using cloth over paper. We’re also super picky about typography. So when we spotted this set of four linen napkins each stylishly silkscreened with the word “eat,” there was no question – we had to have them.  

And not only are they gorgeous, they’re versatile, too! Elegant enough to set out at dinner parties, yet causal enough to hang with Tuesday takeout. 

Jennifer Zamudio, founder of Dot & Army, was tired of buying expensive and wasteful paper towels and napkins. She majored in art and has some serious sewing skills (she’s been sewing since she was eight), so she got to work making something better! Now, she’s based in southern Georgia, making re-usable cloth napkins that better for the environment, and better for our home makeover goals.

Makes a great engagement, anniversary or birthday gift for someone who enjoys making the mundane special. Because they know linen > paper, every time.

TIP OF THE TONGUE

Dot & Army recommends washing these linen/cotton blend napkins on delicate and tumble drying on low.

Set of four linen-cotton blend napkins. Wash on delicate and tumble dry low.


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