Vintage skirts are given new life in these indigo-hued napkins. Maya women in Guatemala use wooden floor looms to create full skirts known as cortes, meticulously arranging hand-dyed cotton threads on the loom to create intricate ikat patterns. Too beautiful to part with when fashions change, the fabric is repurposed into these 100% cotton napkins. Woven in Salcajá, Guatemala. Accent colors and patterns will vary; please let us choose for you.