- 12 organic “unpaper towels.” I love these! They can be used for practically everything, from cleaning up messes, wiping little boy faces, or really anywhere you'd normally reach for a paper towel. They also clean really well and come out looking fresh as ever.
- 5 organic tea bags. I haven't tried these yet – too hot for tea! But they are a generous size for loose-leaf tea and I think I'm even going to give them a go as toddler-sized snack bags.
- Two organic cotton snack bags. These are great for taking snacks along on the go – crackers, nuts, dried fruit & the like!
- 1 sandwich/snack bag. Just a cloth version of a plastic sandwich bag. I love the way this and the snack bags are made with flaps like a disposable sandwich bag so you can close them up really well! Also, I was worried that the cloth would let my homemade bread “breathe” too much and dry out by lunch time (this can be an issue!), but my husband assured me that lunch was as delicious as ever. 🙂
Carmen, the maman, learned to sew as a young girl and has always enjoyed it. Now her many years of experience are being culminated in her role as the seamstress of Natural Linens. Although sewing is one of Carmen's favorite creative outlets, she also enjoys knitting, reading, and spending time with family in the great outdoors.
Zachary serves as the graphic design/tech guy for Natural Linens. He helps out with logos, marketing, and other website or visual-related aspects of Natural Linens. Zachary also enjoys bow-making, knife-making, and other survival and outdoors-related arts.
Leah mainly works in the shipping department, but also helps cut fabric and serves as editor/writer for Natural Linens. When not helping out with the business, Leah enjoys studying music, practicing the piano and violin, and listening to classical music.
She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. Proverbs 31:13