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The art of napkin-folding is something fun and useful for every day. Folded napkins can both serve a practical purpose: tucking in utensils, completing the theme in the place setting, and offer decorative flair. To inspire you, we present a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

This is easy as 1, 2, 3! Start with a square dinner napkin and give it a three-way fold for an elegant angled pocket. It's handy for tucking flatware, a place card, or a printed menu.

Here, a pretty bow adds playfulness to the table. To make, spread a dinner napkin out, lying flat. Fold opposite sides in so they meet at the center. Then fold horizontally again at the center to form a narrow, ribbon-like shape. Next, fold short ends in so they meet at the center. Cinch in the middle with a ribbon in a coordinating color, and glue at back. Voila!

Flexagons are fascinating origami-like puzzles. They're simple to create from a piece of paper by cutting, folding and pasting. Most people start with the pinch flex on a triangle hexaflexagon or square tetraflexagon . From this page, you can get to templates for a wide variety of flexagons of different shapes, new types of flexes, interesting puzzles and some theory.

The art of napkin-folding is something fun and useful for every day. Folded napkins can both serve a practical purpose: tucking in utensils, completing the theme in the place setting, and offer decorative flair. To inspire you, we present a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

This is easy as 1, 2, 3! Start with a square dinner napkin and give it a three-way fold for an elegant angled pocket. It's handy for tucking flatware, a place card, or a printed menu.

Here, a pretty bow adds playfulness to the table. To make, spread a dinner napkin out, lying flat. Fold opposite sides in so they meet at the center. Then fold horizontally again at the center to form a narrow, ribbon-like shape. Next, fold short ends in so they meet at the center. Cinch in the middle with a ribbon in a coordinating color, and glue at back. Voila!

Flexagons are fascinating origami-like puzzles. They're simple to create from a piece of paper by cutting, folding and pasting. Most people start with the pinch flex on a triangle hexaflexagon or square tetraflexagon . From this page, you can get to templates for a wide variety of flexagons of different shapes, new types of flexes, interesting puzzles and some theory.

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Hey, welcome to the home of napkin folding, where folding is made easy. You will find lots of great ideas and tips as well as detailed folding instructions for each design. For some designs you will need a napkin ring. You may also need an iron. Amaze your dining guests with these splendid folds.


Our first folds are The Pyramid , The Arrow , and The Bird Of Paradise . Click an image for detailed instructions:

Three more fantastic designs, The Diamond , The Cone , and The French folds. Click an image for detailed folding instructions:

The art of napkin-folding is something fun and useful for every day. Folded napkins can both serve a practical purpose: tucking in utensils, completing the theme in the place setting, and offer decorative flair. To inspire you, we present a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

This is easy as 1, 2, 3! Start with a square dinner napkin and give it a three-way fold for an elegant angled pocket. It's handy for tucking flatware, a place card, or a printed menu.

Here, a pretty bow adds playfulness to the table. To make, spread a dinner napkin out, lying flat. Fold opposite sides in so they meet at the center. Then fold horizontally again at the center to form a narrow, ribbon-like shape. Next, fold short ends in so they meet at the center. Cinch in the middle with a ribbon in a coordinating color, and glue at back. Voila!

Flexagons are fascinating origami-like puzzles. They're simple to create from a piece of paper by cutting, folding and pasting. Most people start with the pinch flex on a triangle hexaflexagon or square tetraflexagon . From this page, you can get to templates for a wide variety of flexagons of different shapes, new types of flexes, interesting puzzles and some theory.

[ Mysteries | MJK for Dummies | Rules | Classic | Bibliography | Taper | Augspurger | Foldings ]

Hey, welcome to the home of napkin folding, where folding is made easy. You will find lots of great ideas and tips as well as detailed folding instructions for each design. For some designs you will need a napkin ring. You may also need an iron. Amaze your dining guests with these splendid folds.


Our first folds are The Pyramid , The Arrow , and The Bird Of Paradise . Click an image for detailed instructions:

Three more fantastic designs, The Diamond , The Cone , and The French folds. Click an image for detailed folding instructions:

The Uganda team will be hosting a Christmas fayre in aid to raise money to go to Uganda to work and support the children in hosonna school.
At the Christmas fayre there will be a range of stalls to look around and refreshments will also be for sell and there will also be a Father Christmas for children.

Fancy foldings is at wicked aromaz & friends craft & gift fayre in Chipping Sodbury town hall
10:00am -3:00pm

The art of napkin-folding is something fun and useful for every day. Folded napkins can both serve a practical purpose: tucking in utensils, completing the theme in the place setting, and offer decorative flair. To inspire you, we present a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

This is easy as 1, 2, 3! Start with a square dinner napkin and give it a three-way fold for an elegant angled pocket. It's handy for tucking flatware, a place card, or a printed menu.

Here, a pretty bow adds playfulness to the table. To make, spread a dinner napkin out, lying flat. Fold opposite sides in so they meet at the center. Then fold horizontally again at the center to form a narrow, ribbon-like shape. Next, fold short ends in so they meet at the center. Cinch in the middle with a ribbon in a coordinating color, and glue at back. Voila!

The art of napkin-folding is something fun and useful for every day. Folded napkins can both serve a practical purpose: tucking in utensils, completing the theme in the place setting, and offer decorative flair. To inspire you, we present a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

This is easy as 1, 2, 3! Start with a square dinner napkin and give it a three-way fold for an elegant angled pocket. It's handy for tucking flatware, a place card, or a printed menu.

Here, a pretty bow adds playfulness to the table. To make, spread a dinner napkin out, lying flat. Fold opposite sides in so they meet at the center. Then fold horizontally again at the center to form a narrow, ribbon-like shape. Next, fold short ends in so they meet at the center. Cinch in the middle with a ribbon in a coordinating color, and glue at back. Voila!

Flexagons are fascinating origami-like puzzles. They're simple to create from a piece of paper by cutting, folding and pasting. Most people start with the pinch flex on a triangle hexaflexagon or square tetraflexagon . From this page, you can get to templates for a wide variety of flexagons of different shapes, new types of flexes, interesting puzzles and some theory.

[ Mysteries | MJK for Dummies | Rules | Classic | Bibliography | Taper | Augspurger | Foldings ]


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