Explore Denise Morrison's board "Napkin Folds!" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Napkin holders, Folding napkins and Napkins. Creative napkin folds add the finishing touch to any tabletop setting. Our step-by-step directions will have you and your wait staff busy folding in no time at all! If you frequently host dinner parties, you should have a couple cool napkin folds in your arsenal. Impress everyone before they've taken a.


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Napkin folding

Place a napkin folding square linen napkin face down on a flat surface. The underside, which napkin folding have a tag, is face up at this stage. Fold the square napkin in half diagonally by taking one corner and placing it on top of the corner opposite it.

You should now have a large triangle.

Arrange the triangle so that the fold is toward you and open ends are away from you. Take the right-hand corner napkin folding the fold and place it over the corner napkin folding top. Do the same for the left-hand corner.

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Pull the tabs on the front side of the napkin down, and stand it up on your napkin folding. Start by folding the napkin in half to create a rectangle, with the folded side facing toward you.

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Take the corners along the far side and fold them in toward the center to create a triangle. More Ideas You'll Love D. Continue Reading Take napkin folding bottom corners of the triangle and fold them away from you, toward the top point of the triangle, creating a diamond.

Finally, grab the very bottom napkin folding the napkin and gently pull it through a napkin ring.

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Twenty-two different napkin folds are clearly shown, beginning with very simple folds and gradually leading to more napkin folding ones. None of the folds is difficult and any square napkin, paper or cloth, can be used.


Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! Start by napkin folding your napkin in half napkin folding the east-west line, folding the bottom edge up to meet the top.