How to Make the Easiest Cloth Napkins Ever!

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Mary demonstrates how to make any dinner table extra special with elegant cloth napkins! The digital pattern for cloth napkins is available at ShopFonsandPorter.com and featured in Quilty March April 2013. Use flashy fabrics or pre-cuts for this easy project. For more fantastic quilting tips and ideas pick up Quilty the magazine, visit HeyQuilty.com or watch Quilty Season 1 on DVD!

Hint: click on the photos to view Cloth Napkin’s digital pattern and Quilty March/April issue!

          Quilty March April 2013

 

13 Comments

  1. I like this idea! Change the look of your dinner table with about an hour’s work at the sewing machine.
    Hair looks great, Mary! :-)
    Keep up the good work. Looking forward to the March/April issue of Quilty.

    Karen, 1 year ago Reply

  2. Only cloth napkins in our house! I use a fat quarter for my napkins. I usually buy 1 to 2 yards of fabric and cut it down to fat quarters, then I roll the edges twice to make a (about) 1/4 inch and sew away!

    Claire, 1 year ago Reply

  3. great idea for napkin it can be wash and use it again and again thank you.

    zoraida, 1 year ago Reply

  4. Thanks Mary… sure enjoyed this. Especially enjoy your magazines

    Suzanne, 1 year ago Reply

  5. can’t seem to get video’s to play. Is something wrong with the video?

    ginger, 1 year ago Reply

  6. can’t view any of the videos on Quilty

    roscastq, 1 year ago Reply

  7. Having trouble with the video. It starts then stopped, now there is nothing!

    stitchintheditch, 1 year ago Reply

  8. Watching your videos always makes me smile.

    Debbie Rice, 1 year ago Reply

  9. Quick and fun project and eco friendly

    Slm744, 1 year ago Reply

  10. love the way you make sewing and quilting not so old anymore. It’s fun and grand to make projects that are one of a kind. Keep up the good work!!

    bunnie, 1 year ago Reply

  11. I thought it was as very simple project to due. Very informative and to maybe use up some of those left over piece’s of material you have know clue what to do with. Thank you

    Carol Craft, 1 year ago Reply

  12. Just use your rolled hem foot. Most machines have one.

    Vicki, 1 year ago Reply

  13. I don’t mind the hair (I get the joke) but the one eye with make-up (blue) and the one without was strange and kept distracting me.

    But as always, loved the show.
    Thanks!

    Susie, 1 year ago Reply


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