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August 06, 2012

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joanne

Well, I hope the food prints were NOT donated to the Linus Project, cause this looks like fun. I LOVE the print just above the Let me know, I don't have that one and it's been a good 10 years since I shopped for fabric. Yours always looks so fresh and gorgeous.

Tonya Ricucci

Templates? what are these templates you speak of. bah hahahahahaha really fun!

floribunda

Very cute! I have a whole stack of food prints waiting for a project like this... I foresee lots of napkins flying across the country this Xmas season!

Cynthia

Oh my goodess! I don't have a single food print.... but.... now I have a reason to collect some. Thanks for the excellent tutorial!

Gill

Thank you so much for sharing this brilliant method. I tried it out this morning and it's one of those "obvious when you know how" processes which are impossible to fathom out if you don't! My results are on my blog - not as precise or as crisp as yours (completely different, in fact) but this is most certainly a process I'm going to return to time and again.

What fun!

Sarah

Nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing it : )

Thimbleanna

Those are SO stinkin' cute Jan! Very clever -- thanks for all the info -- I love them!

Julie

I have to make some of these! I bought kitchen themed fabric long ago for curtains that I never made. It would make awesome napkins though! Thanks for the tutorial!

Rachaeldaisy

These napkins look good enough to eat!!! Thanks for an inspiring tutorial, such a clever trick!

Jane

I recently found your blog via my sister's blog, Kitten Britches. I like it a lot! Very down to earth and funny. In between the big projects I can make a bunch of napkins and be ahead (for once) when the holidays arrive and I need some gifts. This little project looks way more fun than wrestling a king size quilt on my sewing machine in 105 degree heat.

amy sommerfield

Thank you so much for all the work you put into the tutorial!!
Love your blog and your Flicker photos of the Japanese quilt shows.

Pam Cope

darling! and a great excuse to dig through my fabric. I'm going to see if I can make some without buying more fabric! I love the fabric with popsicles and ice cream sandwiches... I know if have some with cute little cup cakes. gotta see if I can find it. Happy summer!

Jen

Thanks for sharing this great idea. I have lots of food fabrics and have been waiting for a good idea how to use them!

Deborah

These are SO cute! Stopping big from Pinkadot....will try this! Thanks!

Debbie

These are really cute! Would you consider linking them to my Tuesday at the Table feature? I'd love for my readers to 'get' how awesome it is to sew "table" projects! Just fyi if you are interested...I really appreciate having this post for future reference!

Rose Marie

Thanks for sharing, AI want to make some of these.

Sarah

Mmm, yes! I've been looking to make some fabric napkins! No more paper ones for me!

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