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Hand-printed S.O.S morse code napkins

£7.50

Three dots. Three dashes. Three dots. The Morse Code for SOS. The international distress signal has been incorporated into these napkins for a good reason - each one is handmade by a refugee woman living in London. They chose to use the symbols to draw attention to the plight of refugees worldwide.

The cheerful magenta and teal shades point to the fact that all the women employed by Love Welcomes are able to work towards a better future. Each of these generously-sized napkins (17.3cm by 17.3cm) is made from recycled linen and dyed with eco-friendly products.

The idea of ‘welcome’ is central to everything we do at Different Kind - we provide items to make your home into a welcoming space, or to send your friends to show how welcome they are in your life. 

And for us, that generosity of spirit has to extend into the wider world: refugees and migrants are already in a vulnerable position and have survived a great deal. To fail to offer a place of safety is barbaric.  This is why we fully support the work Love Welcomes do, and why we truly love their name. 

17.3cm by 17.3cm

Materials: 100% Recycled Linen, created by upcycling waste linen fibres from the textile industry. Hand screen-printed in London using eco-friendly water-based dyes.

Three dots. Three dashes. Three dots. The Morse Code for SOS. The international distress signal has been incorporated into these napkins for a good reason - each one is handmade by a refugee woman living in London. They chose to use the symbols to draw attention to the plight of refugees worldwide.

The cheerful magenta and teal shades point to the fact that all the women employed by Love Welcomes are able to work towards a better future. Each of these generously-sized napkins (17.3cm by 17.3cm) is made from recycled linen and dyed with eco-friendly products.

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