Jessica Jones, a graphic and textile designer, has a super easy tutorial over at How About Orange to add a special touch for the man in your life or how about paying homage to Dad this Father's Day. If you use bright floral napkins, this shirt could also be great for a luau or beach party.
Nancy of Nancy Creative shows us how to create this beautiful napkin bow. Can you see this on your table for a special evening?
|The Bow Fold|
Nancy, but this time from Nancy's Daily Dish sets a beach table and uses a simple knot for her napkin fold. So easy and very elegant.
|Knot Napkin Fold|
Mrs. Brown (Patti to her friends) and Abbie from Blossom and Posies show us how to create a pocket to hold our utensils. Some other uses for the pocket might be to hold a photo of each person so they know where to sit (in place of name cards) or slip the menu in the pocket. Another use might be to use the pocket to hold a gift.
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|Pocket Napkin Fold|
This next napkin, the fabulous crown fold by First for Women Extra might be perfect for an afternoon tea or to denote the birthday girl or boy or to honor someone at the table.
|Fabulous Crown Fold Napkin|
Julie from The Family CEO shows us how to fold a napkin that is perfect for any day or occasion.
|Easy Everyday Napkin Fold|
This last napkin is actually paper but is easily created with a cloth napkin. Chinet has a really easy tutorial showing exactly how to create this poinsetta. I think this would be pretty with any type of flower in the middle depending on the time of year.
|Poinsetta Napkin Fold|
I'm so excited to try each of these folds that tonight will be the first. I think the napkin by Julie will be the start. How do you fold your napkins when setting the table? Which will be your first napkin fold to try?
Do you use cloth napkins? If so, why and how much money do you think you save each year?
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