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Thread: Easy 1/2 circle napkins to go with table runners

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    Thanks! What a great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky13
    Quote Originally Posted by ssnare
    To make napkins, take a 16" pizza pan. Draw around the pizza pan on newspaper, fold in half. This is your pattern to the 1/2 circle napkins. Place this on your fabric and cut out 4 napkins on 2 different coordinated fabrics. (4 half circles from each fabric). Place right sides together. Stitch with 1/4" seam. Leave 1 1/2" opening to turn. After turning, stitch around all edges 1/8" seam. Now you have 4 reversible napkins. Press. Fold from left about 4-5" , then accordian fold the rest to look like a Christmas tree. It takes about 1 yd of each fabric for the 4 napkins. Hope you enjoy the tute.
    This goes well with the 10 minute table runner also.

    Thanks! These sound fun to make. Much better than doing that tiny little rolled edge.

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    Thanks for this! They are really cute and I will make them for my sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoriAmD
    would love to see a pic of the finished product.. :)
    Here's some I made to match a tablerunner. Wish I had used one of the pinks instead of the green, but it was a kit and I didn't have enough. Made a total of 6 napkins.

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    Thats cute

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    Very Nice! Thank you for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
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    Would like to see a picture.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-75708-1.htm. Here you will fing a picture
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    I will have to make some with my gold material I bought just because it was too pretty to pass up. It will match my gold placemats I bought at a yardsale during the summer (they were brand new).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylviak
    Quote Originally Posted by CoriAmD
    would love to see a pic of the finished product.. :)
    Here's some I made to match a tablerunner. Wish I had used one of the pinks instead of the green, but it was a kit and I didn't have enough. Made a total of 6 napkins.
    They look cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnare
    To make napkins, take a 16" pizza pan. Draw around the pizza pan on newspaper, fold in half. This is your pattern to the 1/2 circle napkins. Place this on your fabric and cut out 4 napkins on 2 different coordinated fabrics. (4 half circles from each fabric). Place right sides together. Stitch with 1/4" seam. Leave 1 1/2" opening to turn. After turning, stitch around all edges 1/8" seam. Now you have 4 reversible napkins. Press. Fold from left about 4-5" , then accordian fold the rest to look like a Christmas tree. It takes about 1 yd of each fabric for the 4 napkins. Hope you enjoy the tute.
    I made 4 napkins and a table runner this morning for me. It was a brown/gold holly leaf on cream I got at Walmart. They are so pretty.

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    TN Donna can we have a pic of yours please.

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