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ECO2 Placemat - Colony Stripe Dark Linen

ECO2 Placemat - Colony Stripe Dark Linen

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Amana

We've given our Eco 2 Colony Stripe a vertical twist. We use a color palette that includes marled indigos, browns, and charcoals to create a timeless, yet sophisticated look. Our fully lined and top-stitched placemats are made from recycled cotton yarns and scraps  and are double-sided for twice the use at the table. Crafted in Amana.

We've taken our Eco 2 South Stripe pattern to the table. Placemats are made from reclaimed cotton yarns and scraps and are double-sided for twice the use at the table. They are fully lined and top stitched on both sides with a color palette that includes marled indigos, browns, and charcoals. Crafted in Amana.

About Amana...

Welcome to Amana, Iowa. We are a community of families, farmers and artisans that are nearly as old as Iowa itself. Quality craftsmanship isn’t a coincidence, it’s second nature. Our textiles are woven in the same building that was first used more than a century and a half ago, our meats are cured according to heritage recipes and our solid wood furniture lasts longer than it should. The exacting methods used today were brought from the old world by Amana’s first settlers, while the pioneering spirit of those first families continues to drive new innovations.  

The story of Amana parallels that of America. A small community from Germany sought religious freedom and found it in the fertile Iowa River Valley in 1855. Its members lived simply, without vanity, and dedicated themselves to living sustainably. Everything was shared and everything they needed they produced themselves.

Amana’s communal lifestyle ended in the 1930s, but it remains a tight-knit community of skilled craftspeople committed to quality construction. Through dedication to hard work, progress, and innovation, our businesses have operated continuously for more than 160 years.

Amana’s communal lifestyle ended in the 1930s, but it remains a tight-knit community of skilled craftspeople committed to quality construction. Through dedication to hard work, progress, and innovation, our businesses have operated continuously for more than 160 years.

It’s not always easy to keep our businesses here in Iowa when so many others have moved manufacturing overseas. It can be a struggle to adapt our historic buildings in order to work efficiently. But we do it because it’s the right thing to do. Our commitment to American manufacturing keeps our community strong. It preserves the talent and ideals passed down to us by Amana’s founders and carries us forward.