How to Make the Pillar Napkin Fold | Quick and Easy

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How to Make the Pillar Napkin Fold | Quick and Easy

Introduction:

Welcome to the pillar napkin folding guide. You will learn how to fold this simple and fast to make a standing napkin fold. The pillar is a beautiful fold yet it is advisable for beginners. Why? Because it’s easy and quick to make.

The fold looks like what sounds like a pillar – but it’s not a circular pillar. It looks more like a narrow pyramid or thin hut. Now, you’ll only need one napkin to create this fold and it takes about only 30 seconds to create. Also, it being a thin standing napkin could elevate your table depending on the surroundings of the event.

Have fun learning the fold!

Step 1

Fold the Napkin Into a Triangle

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Lay a square napkin in front of you on a table you are comfortable with.

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Then fold the napkin in half by bringing the top edge towards the bottom.

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And then make a triangle out of the napkin by folding the top corners to middle. Amazing job so far! Time to move to the next steps.

Step 2

Fold the Sides

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You should fold the right corner towards the middle.

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And do the same for the left corner. Your napkin should now look like the one from above.

Step 3

Make the Pillar Stand

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Fold the bottom part towards the top. This will be the stands of the pillar.

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Lastly, place the right stand on top of left one. Both of them should form an x-pattern. And that's it! Congratulations for making the pillar napkin fold. For more awesome napkin guides, check out the articles below.

Extra Tips

  • This fold is more suited for cloth napkins.
  • You can iron and/or starch the napkins.
  • Add some props when you display the napkins.
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5 COMMENTS

  1. I like the added touch in the first picture <3

  2. Wonderful guide🤩

  3. Easy and quick to make. I tried it with a paper napkin and it can still work but a stiff cloth napkin is definitely better

  4. Awesome tutorial. It’s straight to the POINT

  5. Fantastic, thank you for showing this guide 🙂

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