NAPKIN FOLDS WITHOUT NAPKIN RING IDEAS
napkins after you've setout the goblets. Though some very limp fabrics may
need to be starched or ironed, this fold looks good with both soft drapery
folds as well as crisply ironed folds:
Lay the napkin flat.
Begin accordion folding from the bottom,
all the way up to the top. Make each fold about ¾" - 1" wide
Fold the pleated napkin in half.
Insert the napkin into the goblet, folding
the first inch or so under to keep pleats secure.
Unfold the XXX pleats and shape into a fan
interlock the two center pleats if needed to keep the fan intact.
fold is great for a casual table and also for BBQs using bandanas of colorful
Lay the napkin flat on a diagonal.
Bring the top half down to form a triangle
with the fold across the top.
Beginning at the bottom, start rolling the
Roll all the way up to the folded edge.
Fold roll in half in preparation for trying
Loop end through and loosely tie a knot.
Adjust the ends if necessary.
Roll Napkin Fold
napkin fold is simple and takes up little space on a holiday table.
Lay the napkin out flat on the diagonal.
Fold the bottom half up so the fold is at
At the bottom edge, fold under about 1"-2"
toward the back.
At one side begin rolling the napkin.
Continue rolling all the way across.
At the back, secure the left point into
the folded cuff. Turn the napkin over for the finished fold.
Fan Napkin Fold
desired you can use starched napkins and iron the folds for sharper creases.
Lay the napkin out flat.
Fold the left half over so the fold is at
Begin accordion folding at the bottom. Make
each pleat about ¾"-1" wide.
Pleat only about ? of the napkin.
Fold the right side in half, underneath.
Fold the top left corner down at an angle.
On the right side the edges should stick out about 1" past the fold of
Fold this 1" overlap under to secure the
pleats and make the "stand".
Let go off the pleats and let the fan out.
Please see our
napkin rings collection as well.
You might make a set with napkins and napkin rings.