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No Sew Cloth Napkins: an easy family friendly project
By Ann Fahl

  • $4.00
  • 16" -22" square
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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Making cloth napkins is so easy and a great way to use up fabrics that you no longer want.  Children might also find it fun to get involved by helping choose the fabrics; fringing the edges; and folding them. These napkins are made without using the sewing machine, so this pattern is suitable for all ages.

You will find that using cloth napkins at home is much nicer than using paper, and better for the environment too! Save a tree. This is a great gift idea, for holidays and special occasions.

Ann has written an interesting story about how she started making napkins, and shares all of her ideas with you: fabric selection, no-iron pressing, and how to do her favorite fan fold.

The 8 page pattern includes color photos, yardage chart, cutting, pressing and folding ideas. All for a modest price! This is a perfect addition to any table runner or topper. Have fun.

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Ann Fahl

Ann Fahl, prize winning quilter, family historian and master gardener; exhibits her quilts in the United States and abroad. She is known for her garden quilts which are hand beaded, machine embroidered and quilted. Both Ann’s book and DVD about free-motion embroidery are titled, Coloring with Thread. Her book on quilting is Dancing with ThreadA Black and White Tale is a book about her cat Oreo. She enjoys creating her own designs, creating patterns, writing about creativity and quilting.