These sisal grass placemats are made by hand by a women's cooperative of weavers in Kenya. Not only do they look great only look great on any table but sisal grass is a renewable resource.
This drought-resistant plant is made from agave plant fiber that is moth and rot-resistant, anti-static, anti-bacterial, dust, and mite resistant. These biodegradable placemats are a great alternative to synthetic fibers that end up in the landfill. These zero-waste placemats can be tossed in your compost pile or plant waste bin at the end of their life.
Everything about these placemats rock.