Coyuchi dresses the table
February 2, 2014,
The Flowing Fringe is woven by hand on a traditional shuttle loom, making each piece one of a kind.
At this week's NY Now show, Coyuchi is showing runners, tablecloths, placemats, napkins and kitchen towels in 28 styles.
"Like our bedding and bath collections, our table linens are made from beautiful, natural fibers, hand-felted wool, relaxed rustic linen, and smooth organic cotton," the company said.
The Flowing Fringe runner is woven by hand on a traditional shuttle loom, pairing sheer, undyed linen with strips of cotton/linen for strokes of rich color. The hand crafting makes each runner one of a kind.
New introductions also include bold embroidered runners and placemats featuring patterns drawn from Moroccan tiles and stitched on natural linen. Three designs are offered, each on a reversible cotton percale for mixing and matching.
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