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« on: August 16, 2010 10:20:26 AM »

I was thinking of making some cloth napkins, and while looking online I have found there are two methods of making them.

One uses only one piece of fabric and then does a small double hem around the edges.

The other one is two pieces of fabric that are sewn right sides together, turned, and then top-stitched. From the front, both look almost identical.

For those that make or use napkins, which is your preference and why?

Also I have seen them in many different sizes. Which size do you think is best and why?

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« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2010 11:29:19 PM »

I only get to use them in restaurants and hotels.  They usually have the square napkins.  I don't think there are rules as to the size of table napkins.  It is usually in plain colors.  But I guess you can be creative and make printed fancy designs for entertaining.  The napkins would make your table setting more festive.
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