Stack’d Everyday Napkins by SisterMade were born out of my efforts to get my family to stop bringing a roll of paper towels to the dinner table. So I decided to reinvent the napkin and I sewed up a batch of my own. I made them durable, picked beautiful prints so they would hide stains, and changed the size.  Most of all they would never need ironing.I made 20 of these prototypes and tested them for one year.  What my family and I discovered is that these new napkins were better, much better, for the modern family’s casual dining needs.Soon my friend’s noticed them and wanted some too.  Most came back for more.  And more.  So I started my company, Stack’d, to meet the growing demand.  My sister, Colleen Graham, and I were already avid sewers (we grew up in Venice Beach where our mom had a beach front store and she made string bikinis and dashikis in the 60s) so we collaborated on the napkins and began selling them through our SisterMade store online, now called Stack’d Everyday Napkins.Stack’d are 100% cotton, two ply, and pre-washed in eco-friendly soap.  Each one is handmade with attention to quality and
detail.  They do not need ironing.  Simply lay flat directly from the dryer.  Start with 4 or I recommend a full stack of 16 to get
started.  Place them on the table beside a container of silverware and you’re ready for dinner, effortlessly, everyday. Also great for your lunch box, picnics and housewarming gifts.
Located in Nevada County California.

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