A lovely-sized towel that makes a beautiful addition to any kitchen. This towel would be perfect for hand-drying dishes after dinner, as it is absorbent and dries quickly. It can alternatively be used as a dish-drying mat on the kitchen counter. The towel sits lovely as décor in the kitchen and is bound to help in a variety of ways.
Products purchased from Karama support artisans living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Karama, an Arabic word meaning dignity, was founded on the principle that individuals thrive when given opportunity to provide for their families through creative, purposeful work. Yeshi is the mother of two, and for the last 10 years she has worked with Karama's Ethiopian textiles partner as a finisher responsible for quality control. Her favorite part of the job is packing the perfect product. With her current income, she is able to provide for her family, save for her children's education, and plan for her own future. Yeshi is dedicated to preparing a bright future for her children by being an example of hard work and self-improvement.
Made in Ethiopia by Karama
Measures 28 1/2"L x 19"W
Made of Ethiopian Cotton
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Warm iron.
HANDMADE SEASIDE SOAP BAR
Ombeni, a refugee from the Congo was resettled to Houston in 2019 with her husband and four young children. She exudes joy, gratitude, and Jesus as she softly sings while making soap in her tiny apartment kitchen. She has a heartbreaking story of escaping war and spending much of her life in a refugee camp, where her parents still live. But when Ombeni shares her story, she shines Jesus, and she gives Him glory for her rescue. Her dream is to be reunited with her family one day.
Ombeni mixed and poured each loaf of 100% handmade Seaside Soap. Rosemary, Eucalyptus, and Peppermint Essential Oils paired with Alkanet Root make this soap both beautiful and invigorating topped with Himalayan Sea Salt.
100% Handmade Soap Bar
Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Peppermint Essential Oils + Alkanet Root
Topped with Himalayan Sea Salt
Made by a Congolese Refugee in the USA