Table Runner, Pojagi in Madder

$ 148.00

Fiber Content: a mix of 100% Silk Noil; 100% Linen; 60% Lyocell 40% Cotton; 100% Silk Charmeuse. 

20.75" x 70.75"

Inspired by Korean Pojagi patchwork, this geometric yet organic style table runner was created with zero waste fabrics hand dyed with Madder Root. 

A simple and elegant way to instantly elevate any surface.

Plant-dyed with natural dyes at Miranda Bennett Studio and created entirely from the premium, naturally dyed textile remnants left after we cut our small batch, sustainable garments in-studio. This special collection is part of our effort to reduce our carbon footprint and combat textile waste as a Zero Waste studio. 

Pictured in Madder. The sustainable colors in our collection are formulated and dyed in-house in Austin, TX with non-toxic, plant-based dyes.
Learn more about Fabric Care here
Size Chart

For complete garment dimensions, visit our Size Chart

Garment Care

For Silk Noil we recommend dry cleaning only. Visit our Garment Care Guide.

Exchanges & Returns

Unworn Full-Price Apparel and Full-Price Apparelw purchased at Promotional Pricing in New, Sellable Condition with Tags intact, are eligible for exchange within 30 days or for refund within 10-Days. All non-apparel items are final sale. Visit our Exchanges & Returns Portal to initiate a return or exchange. 

Shipping

We ship our apparel and home collection Domestically and Internationally from our home base in Austin, TX, USA.

Packages are dispatched Tuesday-Saturday.

We are offer free U.S. shipping on orders of $200 or more.

Shipping rates for Domestic orders under $200 are subject to carrier fees, and a few options will be available at checkout. We also offer a $10 USPS Priority Mail flat rate shipping option.

For international orders, shipping is available via multiple carriers, with rates based on weight, speed and destination. Please note: custom duties may apply. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to ship to Australia due to COVID restrictions.

Our pigments are sourced through partnerships with local companies, utilizing their byproducts, creating circular color. We also cultivated organic dye plants in the Austin area and source raw plants, roots, seeds and extracts from a global network of suppliers

Made in Austin

Miranda Bennett Studio garments and accessories are cut and sewn by our in-house team within Austin city limits, reducing our carbon emissions and ensuring fair & safe working conditions & benefits for our team, every step of the way.

no microplastics

We avoid the use of plastics in our textiles and work only with naturally derived, biodegradable fiber.

Zero Waste

100% or our textile waste is kept out of landfills through our Zero Waste Collection and our garment take-back program offers customers a no-waste option for disposing of our apparel at the end of its life cycle.