Details:

We loved the versatility of our napkins last summer, so we brought them back to be sold individually! Made of 100% cotton, machine washable, dryer safe, with sweet hem stitch detail. The block print pattern is handmade from natural dyes affixed to a hand carved wooden block print custom designed for Lekha. Hand block prints will show subtle variations. Handmade in India.

Size:

17.5" square.

Fabric

100% cotton. Machine wash, tumble dry low.

Size Guide

Size XS / 0,2 S / 4,6 M / 8 L / 10 XL / 12
BUST 31-33" 33-35" 35-37" 38-40" 40-42"
WAIST 23-26.5" 26.5-28" 28-30" 30-32" 33-35"
HIPS 34-36" 36-38" 38-40" 40-42" 42-44"

Most styles fit true to size. Garment sizes as worn by the model are for reference. For additional fit advice, please reach out to us at info@shoplekha.com

Shipping

We’ll process your order within 48 hours of receiving it and will do our best to send it your way as quickly as possible. Please note, however, that shipping and delivery dates are estimates only, not guaranteed. For any assistance with placing your order or with your shipment, please contact us at info@shoplekha.com.

Returns & Exchanges

Not loving your Lekha? We gladly accept returns made within 14 days of delivery. Items need to be in their original condition, not worn, washed, or sale. Please contact info@shoplekha.com to receive a shipping label. Sale and local New Orleans returns are accepted on a case-by-case basis only. We’ll process refunds within approximately 10 business days of our receipt of your merchandise. Not the right size or color? To make an exchange, we suggest placing a new order and returning the original order for a refund, which ensures that the item you’d like to have is in stock. Please contact us with any questions about returns or exchanges at info@shoplekha.com.

Napkin Blue Stripe

in Blue Stripe

Tie our Camp Napkin around your neck as a bandana, snag two for you and your best bud, or grab four to eight for your dining table.

$12
Color: blue stripe
Size:

Tie our Camp Napkin around your neck as a bandana, snag two for you and your best bud, or grab four to eight for your dining table.

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“I love the fluidity of cotton-satins and the airiness of muslin. We use lightweight fabrics because of my tie to New Orleans and central India. They’re both unusually hot, humid, and sticky for many months of the year.”

Historic Materials

Varanasi Silk

Our partners work with local artisans in Varanasi, a city as old as the Roman Empire with large temples and bustling ghats alongside the River Ganges, to produce our silks. Varanasi became famous around the 16th century for its weavers who wove generous amounts of gold and silver zari (thread) into their silk brocades, which were heavily embroidered with elaborate patterns and designs. Our garments still use this intricate and delicate zari, adding some sparkle to this luxurious material.

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Historic Materials

Muslin (Mulmul)

As a very fine cotton, muslin (called mulmul in India) used to be a prized import from India during British rule. Coming from handspun cotton, which is an artisan-focused industry in its own right, it is a thin, breathable, almost weightless fabric that gets softer with each machine wash and tumble dry. Our artisans weave the threads in a “plain weave” technique that is both incredibly soft, yet sturdy enough for long-lasting wear.

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