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This organic cotton canvas table runner was designed in Brooklyn and then hand block printed using nontoxic dyes by a group of artisans in Bagru, India. The printed fabric was then cut and sewn by a small sewing shop here in the USA. We employ ethical, green practices that are kind to workers and the environment.
Your runner purchase will support the efforts of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an environmental action group combining the grassroots power of more than 2 million members and online activists with the courtroom clout and expertise of nearly 500 lawyers, scientists, and other professionals. NRDC is working to reverse the decline in honeybee populations by fighting the use of highly toxic pesticides by large agrichemical companies. There is no time to waste as we need honeybees to pollinate 70 percent of our major crops and 42% of American honeybee colonies collapsed last year. Read more about the Honeybee.
Colors: Mustard yellow, gray, and white
Size: 14 x 91.5 inches
Please note that this runner was printed by hand so colors may vary and little imperfections should be expected. And really, who wants perfect?? Perfect is boring and cookie-cutter while each of these runners is a unique piece of art.
Care: The runner can be machine washed in cold water and gently dried.
We ship to US addresses via USPS. If you need us to ship outside the United States, please send an email to Torrey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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