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Knitted wool potholder
Knitted wool potholder
natural wool hotpad fair trade
naturally dyed cinnamon brown potholder

Form meets function when the knitted potholders are hung from the loop in between uses, intentionally highlighting the loveliness of an everyday moment. It adds to the backdrop of time spent enjoying a warm drink in the morning and making meals with loved ones in the evening. The generous size and plush texture protects your hands and allows you to fold them when grabbing pots on the stove or out of the oven.

Hand knit and naturally dyed by women in Nepal, these soft hot pads add a beautiful texture to your kitchen. At the end of its life cycle, the earth friendly fibers and dyes will decompose so it’s one less thing to end up for a millennia in the landfill.


  •  Dimensions  

    Approximately 8" x 8"

  •  Materials

    100% pure wool roving and cutch from acacai trees

  •  Care

    To clean: Use mild detergent and gently spot wash.  If necessary, wash with cold water on a gentle cycle in a washing machine.  You can put it in the dryer for a felted look, but it does best if line dried.  Since the cutch is a natural dye, it needs to be kept out of harsh, direct sunlight.

$ 16.00
  • Origin
  • Reviews

 KAKANI, NEPAL | Natural Dyes


This grass roots group serves women in the village of Kakani with living wages and skill development.  They are committed to both social and environment impact by using natural dyes and fibers that are responsibly sourced in their local economy.


  • ENVIRONMENTAL + SOCIAL IMPACT 
  • LOCALLY GROWN
  • WOMAN OWNED + OPERATED


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