Producer: Abu Nuwar Bedouin Charitable Society
Repurposing the Samna (clarified butter) can as a plant pot is popular in Palestine and is a symbol of women's resourcefulness in refugee camps and villages. Designed by Bethlehem-based artist Ayed Arafah, and silk-screen printed at Khayma 35, a Bedouin women's income-generation project near Jerusalem. Combed cotton 100%. Available in S, M, L (the sizes run on a smaller side).