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Creative napkin folds add the finishing touch to any table top setting. Our step-by- step directions will have you and your wait staff folding in no time at all!. Tips and instructions on napkin folding techniques. Napkin Folding. 1. Fold napkin bringing bottom up to top. 2. Fold corners to top. 3. Fold bottom point up to 1”. Special Napkin Folding for Your Table. A beautifully set table is enhanced by an artistically folded napkin at the place. See our easy tutorials on how to create


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Fold napkin in half. 2. Make 1/2" accordion pleats, starting at b. 3. Fold in half with pleating on the outside. 4. Fold upper right corner diagonally down. Any one who has seen the fun I get out of folding a rabbit or ballerina or mouse out of a table Napkin or Bandana, will snap up this book of 23 awesome folds. Visit us at sppn.info Napkin Folds Choosing the Right. Napkins. Napkin Rings. Napkin Folds. Easy Napkin. Folds. 1. Airplane. 2. BBQ Bib. 3.

Rotate the napkin so the open end faces away from you. Fold the right end up to meet the far corner, ensuring the edge of this new fold lays on the centerline as shown. Repeat the last step with the left side, folding the left tip up to the far corner, creating a diamond shape with a seam running down the center.

Turn the napkin over, keeping the open end facing away from you. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the farthest point of the diamond up and back to the nearest point. Turn the napkin over again, this time keeping the open end facing towards you. Fold the napkin along the center seam and you have a neat, sturdy pyramid.

If your napkin won't stand neatly then you may need a little starch. The Arrow Napkin Fold This method of folding napkins is very simple and can be done with almost any napkin without a need for starch. It adds a flowing, elegant look to your table. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. Fold the far-right corner over to the center of the side that is closest to you. The edge of this fold should run down the center of 4. Repeat the last step with the other side, folding the far-left corner in to rest along side the previous fold.

Fold the right-flap out diagonally so that it's outer edge runs even with the far edge of the napkin. Repeat the previous step on the other side, folding the left-flap out diagonally to meet the far edge of the napkin. Slide the left and the right sides together, allowing the napkin to bend at the farthest point.

This will cause the flat, center part to bow. Pretty easy, huh? If you don't have any dinner napkins made of stiff linen then a light starching should fix you right up. Fold the napkin in half. Fold the napkin in quarters. Fold the napkin in half diagonally, creating a triangle.

Orient the triangle so the open tip is facing away from you. Fold the right corner diagonally towards you - laying it down along the centerline of the triangle, making a new tip pointing towards you.

An iron can make this important fold a whole lot easier. Do the same with the left corner, fold it diagonally toward you and press it down next to the previous fold. Now you have a diamond, you're rich! Fold the two "wings" that you just made in folds 6 and 7 under so that you have your original triangle shape back. Once again an iron can make a world of difference.

Napkin Folding

Fold the triangle in half by bringing the center seam towards you and allowing the ends to fall. This bird's almost ready to fly, but first you must give it some feathers. While holding the base firmly to keep your folds together, pull up the four 'flaps' created by the napkin's corners.

Pretty cool fold, isn't it? It makes you wonder if there are people sitting around in basements performing experimental napkin folds while the rest of us are sleeping. This fold can be difficult if you don't use an iron or have a fairly stiff napkin so be prepared to put a few minutes into making each one.

The Diamond Napkin Fold Got some really limp napkins and want something nice to make without eating up too much time?

Lay the napkin face- down in front of you.

Top Step-by-Step Napkin Folds: More Than 1, Photographs

Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end toward you. Fold the napkin into quarters. Fold the top-most layer of the napkin in half diagonally - up and to the left. Fold the next layer of napkin diagonally up and to the left, stopping slightly before the last fold to create an even, staggered effect.

Repeat by folding up the next layer of napkin to a point just before the last one. And one last time with one last layer.

Keep them as uniform as you can. Now fold both sides of the napkin under and in to create an even, staggered diamond effect on the napkin. Press it down as flat as possible and you're ready for guests within 60 seconds! The Cone Napkin Fold This nice napkin design originated from the napkin- worshiping Indians native to Guam called the dirty- wipey-nappies An iron will be helpful. Orient the napkin so the open corner faces away from you.

Fold the left- most corner diagonally so the point rests on top of the far corner. Repeat the last step with the right side, bringing this fold evenly along to the last one. Turn the napkin over, keeping the open ends pointing away from you.

Evenly fold the bottom third of the napkin up and press the it down well. An iron may be needed here. Fold both the left and right sides back and underneath the napkin evenly to create the finished product seen here. Look at me, I'm elegant. Look at me, I'm going to be used to wipe someone's messy face! Napkin Folding 6. Reach underneath each side at the 6.

The Clowns Hat B. The Bird of Paradise 1. Fold the botom half to the top. The Candle 2. Fold right half over on to the let. Pick-up right and let corners and turn botom point under. Fold the right point down along center line. Fold the let point down along center line.

Tuck the botom points under. Fold the triangle in half. Hold larger corner with your hand. Use your other hand to pull up each point. Fold the botom point up to the top point. Smoothing it lat. Bring the right point up to the top. Bring the let point up to the top. Flip the napkin over. Fold the let point to the center.

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Fold the right point to the center. Tuck the right side into the layers of the fold. Insert your hand into the cuf to open it up and stand the napkin up. Pull the points out on each side, and stand the napkin up. Fold the right and let points into the center.

Open up the hat andpress the material insidedown to fill it out so that it becomes circular, thismay take a little fidgeting. There you go, now allyou need is alittle bishop to wear it. The Rosebud Napkin Fold This sophisticatedcloth napkin design benefitsfrom stiff material or lightstarch. A hot iron will alsomake it easier to be exact. Orient the napkin so the open end points away from you. Fold the far-right corner updiagonally so that the point rests on top of the far corner.

The edge of this newflap should lay right on the center line. Repeat step four on the other side,bringing the left-most corner up to meet the far corner, creating a diamond shape. Flip the napkin over while keeping the open end pointing away from you. Flip the napkin over. Curl both sites up so theymeet in the middle and tuck one into the other. Stand it up andstraighten it out. If youhave trouble keeping thepoints even, break out theiron and back track to thefolds that mess up youralignment.

Is it me or dothese look like Egyptianheadgear? The Sail Napkin Fold This is one ofthe simplest standingnapkin designs there are,but you will still need astiff napkin if you expectit to stand withoutflopping over. Whodhave thought youd bestarching yourdinnerware? Fold the far-right corner diagonally to the center of the side that is closest to you. The edge of this flap should run down the center of the napkin.

Repeat the last step with the other side, folding the far-leftcorner diagonally to rest right along side the previous fold. Fold the napkinin half by bringingthe center seam up from the work surface and allowing the ends to fall backwards. Smooth down the folds so it stands nicely! A fast andeasy standing-fold for your dinner party. Now you can sail across the seas on your dinner plates.

The Slide Napkin Fold This napkin foldingtechnique is good for thosedinners where you wantsomething fancy, but not toocomplex. This requires eitherstiff material or starch.

Orient the napkin so that the open end is pointing away from you. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the far end up to the front. Press this fold down well. Flip the napkin over, keeping the single- layer tip pointing away from you8. Fold the napkin in half from left to right and press the fold down well. Open and stand! The Crown Napkin Fold Do you want yourdinner guests to feel likeroyalty but have no redcarpet?

Treat them likekings and give them allcrowns!

Then you can usethis napkin to wipe thecheese out of thatintroduction. This napkinfolding design just doesntwork well without a littlestarch in the cloth, if itssagging its ugly so takeyour time and get it right. Lay the napkin face- down in front of you.

Orient the napkin so the open ends are pointing away from you. Fold the right-corner up so that the point rests directly on top of the middle-corner. The edge of this new flap should lay on the center line of the napkin. Repeat step four on the other side,bringing the left-most corner up to meet the middle-corner, creating a diamond shape.

Fold the smaller triangle down so the point rests on the near edge of the napkin. Curl the left and right sides of thenapkin up so they meet in the middle and tuck one into the other.

Stand it up and tug at it where needed to even it up and round it out. If your napkins are too limp then think of starch as napkinViagra and make them good and stiff. As usual, andiron helps but is notnecessary.

Fold the napkin like an accordion starting at either narrow end. Leave one end with Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end 3 inches of unfolded napkin to towards you. Grasp the unfolded corners 4. Fold the napkin in half where they meet on the open endwith the accordion folds on and fold them in diagonally, tucking the outside. Open it and stand it up. Abeautiful fan for a beautiful dinner. The Rose Napkin Fold Despite looking fairly elaborate, this fold is aneasy one, and it can be done with almost any variety ofnapkin.

Display small bowls or glasses on top of these, oruse them as novelty cocktail napkins. Fold the two rightcorners of the napkin in so the tips rest at the center. Fold the remaining two corners of the napkin in so the tips meet with the last two in the center.

Once again, beginfolding the outer corners in so they meet at the center. Flip it over. Fold the corners in sothey meet in the center and then place something sturdy in the center, or hold it with your fingers. While maintaining 9. Remove the centerdownward pressure in the weight and your rosecenter of the napkin, reach should look as pictured underneath each corner here.

If you like you can reach underneath the center of each side and pull out a second set of petals to fancy it up somemore. Place something in the center and youre done, have a rosy meal! The Necktie Napkin Fold Now your guests canwipe food off of their expensiveties with Isnt that special?

This oneseasier with limp napkins, but ifyou only have stiffies then aniron will make this simple todo. Remember that the largerthe napkin is, the longer the tiewill be.

Lay the napkin face-downand orient it so that one of the corners points to you. Dont press the fold down yet. Repeat the last step with 4. Now press down the folds. Dont press it down yet. Repeat the last 6. Fold the upper 7.Fold corners to the center a 3rd ime. Fold the two "wings" that you just made in folds 6 and 7 under so that you have your original triangle shape back. Fold the right side over so it's 5. Sallas has scoured the length and breadth of libraries and museums in Europe and has unearthed fascinating and hugely important information along the way.

Flip the napkin over while keeping the open end pointing away from you. The Shirt Napkin Fold This is a neat fold to have sitting on your guests dinner plates, and it's pretty easy assuming that you have an iron.

Fold the right and let points into the center. Smoothing it lat.