Burlap and Lace Silverware Pockets

I love setting a pretty fall table and these sweet silverware pockets make that easy! Burlap and lace is both rustic and elegant, words that describe fall entertaining perfectly! Making these was easy and literally took only minutes but the impact on the table is big! The full tutorial is on my blog, Days of Chalk and Chocolate!
I had bought a roll of burlap and lace wired ribbon at the craft store. I didn't know what I would do with it when I purchased it.
Then I realized the width would be perfect to make some pretty little silverware holders for any fall entertaining we may do.
I did take out the wires on either side of the ribbons so the ends didn't poke out. They can be sharp!
Sewing these little pockets for silverware was very easy. It would even be a good project for a older kids who are interested in learning to sew. Speaking of kids, my jazzy new silverware pockets make setting the table a breeze for my kids!
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