We've done it! We've perfected the picnic. No more tucking your napkin into your shirt before eating those messy ribs, sloppy hamburgers, and juicy BBQd chicken. It never stays in place, does it? So we invented the Tie-Back Napkin, with two attached ribbons to tie around your neck to hold your napkin firmly in place.
Of course because it's Beekman, they're also woven on an antique loom in Sharon Springs by historic weaving expert Rabbit Goody. (Who weaves costume cloth that wins Oscar awards. Seriously.) The blue cotton check used for these bibs is a reproduction of the check found in the J and R Bronson Book “the Domestic Manufacturers Assistant” published in 1817 in Utica New York. It is typical of a shirting check used by working folks in the south during the first half of the 19th century
Made with 100% cotton machine wash in cool water and dry on low heat.