Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Napkins!!

A while ago I was planning on making some cloth napkins - I use cloth napkins exclusively at home and the ones I have are the plain cheap ones from Target and Ikea. At about the same time, Anne Marie posted on Instagram that she was looking for some pattern testers for a new napkin pattern. Good timing, huh??

So here is what I came up with. She released the pattern Monday, and it is on sale all week!

I used scraps for the piecing, and Kona Silver for the gray. All of the backing fabrics are different confetti dots colors. Since I used scraps, I didn't prewash these, but that would be best since they will get a lot of use! I think I might make four more to round out the set!

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12 comments:

  1. I love using cloth napkins at home. Yours look too lovely to be used everyday :)

    -Soma

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  2. I need to make some myself! These are adorable! I might make some for Easter for our hostess! Are they hard to keep clean?

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    1. I haven't washed them yet, but I'll let you know!

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  3. Oh, I love how yours turned out. The grey fabric choice was a great one!! Cindy

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  4. very nice but I would not want people dirtying these as they are far too nice to use!

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  5. Wow..all that work and all that beautiful colors and patterns.. I wouldn't want anyone to use the napkins! Great job! Inspired me to get going on some placemats I need to make for my table! Found you on Needle and Thread Thursday Linky!

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  6. Gorgeous colour choices, I love how they're all different with the grey linking them.

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  7. Love them all. An additional four would just be the best !~!

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  8. These are really pretty but my girls would mess them up within minutes :-)

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  9. wow, those are gorgeous! i wouldn't want to get them dirty!!

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  10. I have to laugh at all the comments regarding not wanting to get the napkins dirty. Isn't that part of the experience? You enjoy them, get them dirty and then...have fun making some more!

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