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3 Ways To Make Linen Napkins

Here are 3 different ways that you can make linen napkins. Each napkin has a different finish along the edges giving them different looks to add to your table decor.

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Instructions

Frayed Napkin

Measure and cut a 20 by 20 inch square of linen fabric. Iron the fabric. Stitch around all the sides of the fabric with a 1/2 seam allowance. Pull out some of the horizontal threads at the edges to give it a frayed look.


Folded Napkin

Measure and cut a 20 by 20 inch square of linen fabric. Iron the fabric. Fold the ends in a 1/2 inch and iron. Fold the ends in another 1/2 inch and iron again. Stitch around the sides.


Serged Napkin

Measure and cut a 20 by 20 inch square of linen fabric. Iron the fabric. Serge the edge sand cut off the loose threads at the corners.


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Grain lines? never start a linen project without first pulling thread so that a piece can be really square (and fringe is the same length in first sample)
This was undoubtedly the sloppiest job I have ever seen.
You are better than this
GINGER T on Dec 4, 2018