Handmade Cloth Napkins

I LOVE cloth napkins! Sometimes paper napkins are called for when small children or sloppy guests are served; yet, my fave is still the cloth variety:

Better cotton napkins can usually be laundered on low-medium and come quite clean, but for any blueberry or steak sauce abuse. They can be dried on high heat, steam pressed for extra sanitation and for that, ‘crisp’ look. A gentle pull of the wrinkled edges when ironing (watch those fingers!!!) can restore their original behavior, in most cases.

I make them for my own table, and am now making them to sell. I also plan to embroider some and play with other designs.

Napkins need neither be boring or tedious to care for: the possibilities are endless.


And if you’re anyone like me, I use them often, BUT I don’t always iron them, if it’s just for my husband and me. (Shhh…).

Pinkies up, Ladies!

  • Adrienne 🙂

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WELCOME! I'm the owner of Adrienne's Threads LLC. I opened my business December 2016 to sell my handmade creations utilizing new, quality up cycled & reclaimed materials. I LOVE to make beautiful things, and am slowly but surely adding them to my shops. Stop here to see what I'm creating and where I'm located on the internet. Be sure to follow my website here on Wordpress. :)

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