The napkins are eco-friendly, small batch hand dye and then screen or block printed. Some are on organic cotton that is milled and grown in the United States. Believing in living with beauty and being responsible for our environment Lisa started making napkins to replace paper products in her home.
Small batch of napkins being dyed.
Dyed napkins drying in the sun.
"Spring flowers" just after being screen printed.
"Happy Birthday" 6 pack
Pete's Hankies was the direction Lisa was heading for when she started making the napkins in 2010. It took her five years to find the perfect handkerchief fabric that could be dyed and screen printed on. Pete's Hankies are made from a lightweight yet durable and absorbent fabric that is 60% Cotton/40% linen. These handkerchiefs provide an artful alternative to the overpriced and wasteful paper products we use everyday.
Welcome to Pete's Hankies! Most of the themes of the hankies are old-timey with a nod to our fragile ecology.