Welcome to one of our favorite topics! Entire beautifully illustrated books have been written about napkin folding and tabletop design for those who want to explore the subject in depth. Today, however, we’re just going to assume that maybe you’re about to have dinner guests and hope to make your table look more interesting. We’re also assuming that you have ordinary cloth napkins and limited spare time. You’ve come to the right place!
Optional equipment: Iron and ironing board (in case you want to press the napkins before you fold them ... this is encouraged for best results, but we do not insist).
Unless you are planning to take photos of your table and enter them in competitions at Architectural Digest or Elle Décor, you may not want to labor over this activity for too long because the first thing your guests will do when they sit down is undo your work and put the napkins on their laps. The following styles provide maximum effect with minimal effort.
This style requires napkin rings or some ribbon.
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