Are you looking for an easy way to add a pop of color and pattern to your table? Why not make these mini-shirt napkins! You can create a cute and easy table setting with this shawl-shaped shirt napkin. This little shirt is great for kids’ birthdays, parties, and other special occasions. What’s great about this napkin is that it’s effortless to do so that you can fold many napkins for your guests quickly. Also, if you don’t have a cloth napkin, then this little shawl can be folded with paper napkins
Make the triangular base of the shirt napkin fold
Grab a square napkin and find a suitable place to start folding. It's better to orient the napkin so that there would be one top corner and one bottom corner.
Fold the napkin in half. Do this by folding the top corner towards the bottom corner.
Fold the top edge of the napkin towards the bottom. The strip that you'll make doesn't need to be thicker than one inch.
Make a strip at the top side
Diagonally fold the top right corner towards the middle. Follow the image above for guide.
Repeat the same step on the left side as well. The shirt napkin fold is done!
- Ironing your table cloth napkin is the first step in preparing for a good dining experience, but it's not all that simple. No guest would want to be presented a wrinkled napkin on their plate.
- If you're in a pinch and are making food at home, you can use tissue paper napkins for this easy paper napkin folding tutorial.
- Various kinds of folding napkin elements can be used to create table decoration. It’s best to place the napkin in the middle of the main plate. You must make sure that the left and right tips are at the same height and point toward the viewer. If the menu card, food, or something else is placed in the center of the main plate, you could put it at the top left side.
- There are a lot of ways to make a shirt napkin fold. If you'd like to learn how to make a collared shirt napkin fold with sleeves, check this out!
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