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No-Sew Fringe Napkins

While planning my Christmas tablescape that's featured in the Hello Holiday guide by Leon's Furniture, I was on the hunt for a black and white gingham napkins. Unfortunately, I had no luck finding that pattern for a reasonable price. Then it occurred to me, why not make my own napkins? But then again, I haven't attempted to use a sewing machine since my high school days, and I wasn't really the greatest sewer back then. So best case scenario, how about a no-sew napkin!! Anyone can make these No-Sew Fringe Napkins in 3 simple steps!
Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy
Gather fabric approx. 18" x 18", scissors and chalk.
Measure each square using a fabric measuring tape and mark with chalk. Use scissors to cut out the squares.
Once each square is cut out (6 in total) begin at one end and pull each lose fray until you reach the other end. Once you have the amount of thickness desired, your finish!!
Now its time to set the table!! Enjoy your no-sew fabric napkins year after year :)

To see more: http://www.littledekonings.com/diy-no-sew-fringe-napkins/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Shari
    Shari Tampa, FL
    on Dec 1, 2015

    Your tablescape is beautiful! I actually just made burlap runners with a black & white buffalo check fabric strip down the center of each runner for an outdoor barn Christmas party we are hosting. I was also planning to use greenery and candles for the centerpieces! I never thought about adding my woven place mats so thanks for the inspiration!

    • Kassandra DeKoning
      Kassandra DeKoning Canada
      on Dec 1, 2015

      Shari, that's awesome!! I love the buffalo check, it such a statement :) thanks for your feedback!!

  • Mgdladi56
    on Dec 2, 2015

    Great idea, thanks for sharing

  • Julie Harper
    Julie Harper Bakersfield, CA
    on Dec 3, 2015

    Great idea! And turned out beautiful!

  • Kay Hubert
    Kay Hubert Marengo, IL
    on Dec 3, 2015

    Wish we had seen the finished frayed napkin, not the folded one

  • Allison
    Allison Bangor, MI
    on Dec 3, 2015

    love it, can I please get an invite

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