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Home Lifestyle Expert - John Mangano, shows you an easy tip on folding napkins. Folding Napkins is easy with this simple ...
technique. Try this napkin folding idea for a classy dinner table setting.
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How to Fold a Fancy Napkin
Today I'm going to show you how to fold a napkin for any dinner table setting. This classy napkin folding technique is simple, fast and could be made easily with most napkins. First lay the napkin face down and iron with light starch prior to folding. Basically this technique is just like pulling a paper airplane. Now fold the napkin in half and then fold in half again. On one end of the napkin fold each corners towards the center to the point where the inside edges are even with the central line increase. Starting at the very tip of the point fold the paper down on each side so the inside edges lying up with the center crease. And then place the napkin in a champagne or wine glass and that’s it. Try this easy napkin folding technique for any dinner table setting, you will love it.
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