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1. The Pyramid
Napkin Fold
This classy napkin
folding technique is
simple, fast, and can be
made easily with most
napkins. If the napkin
being used is thin and
flops easily then iron it
with light starch prior to
folding and it will turn
out perfectly!
1. Lay the napkin face down in
front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally.
3. Rotate the napkin so
the open end faces away
from you.
4. Fold the right end up to
meet the far corner,
ensuring the edge of this
new fold lays on the
centerline as shown.
5. Repeat the last step with the left side,
folding the left tip up to the far corner,
creating a diamond shape with a seam
running down the center.
6. Turn the napkin over,
keeping the open end
facing away from you.
7. Fold the napkin in half by
bringing the farthest point of
the diamond up and back to
the nearest point.
8. Turn the napkin over again,
this time keeping the open
end facing towards you.
9. Fold the napkin along the
center seam and you have a
neat, sturdy pyramid. If your
napkin won't stand neatly
then you may need a little
starch.
2. The Arrow
Napkin Fold
This method
of folding napkins is
very simple and can
be done with almost
any napkin without a
need for starch. It
adds a flowing,
elegant look to your
table.
1. Lay the napkin face
down in front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
and orient the open end
towards you.
3. Fold the far-right corner
over to the center of the
side that is closest to you.
The edge of this fold
should run down the center
of the napkin.
4. Repeat the last step with the
other side, folding the far-left
corner in to rest along side the
previous fold.
5. Fold the right-flap out
diagonally so that it's outer
edge runs even with the far
edge of the napkin.
6. Repeat the previous step on
the other side, folding the left-
flap out diagonally to meet the
far edge of the napkin.
7. Slide the left
and the right
sides together,
allowing the
napkin to bend at
the farthest point.
This will cause the
flat, center part to
bow. Pretty easy,
huh?
3. The Bird Of Paradise
Napkin Fold
This is a classic and
classy napkin folding
technique that requires a
stiff napkin. If you don't
have any dinner napkins
made of stiff linen then a
light starching should fix
you right up.
1. Lay the napkin face down
in front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half.
3. Fold the napkin in quarters.
4. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally, creating a
triangle.
5. Orient the triangle so
the open tip is facing
away from you.
6. Fold the right corner diagonally
towards you - laying it down along the
centerline of the triangle, making a new
tip pointing towards you. An iron can
make this important fold a whole lot
easier.
7. Do the same with the left
corner, fold it diagonally
toward you and press it down
next to the previous fold.
Now you have a diamond,
you're rich! Yay!.
8. Fold the two "wings" that
you just made in folds 6 and 7
under so that you have your
original triangle shape back.
Once again an iron can make
a world of difference.
9. Fold the triangle in half by bringing
the center seam towards you and
allowing the ends to fall.
10. This bird's almost ready to fly, but
first you must give it some feathers.
While holding the base firmly to keep
your folds together, pull up the four
'flaps' created by the napkin's corners.
Pretty cool fold,
isn't it? It makes you wonder
if there are people sitting
around in basements
performing experimental
napkin folds while the rest of
us are sleeping. This fold can
be difficult if you don't use an
iron or have a fairly stiff
napkin so be prepared to put
a few minutes into making
each one.
4. The Diamond Napkin
Fold
Got some really limp
napkins and want
something nice to make
without eating up too
much time? Then this one's
for you, if you're using
thick/stiff napkins then an
iron will help.
1. Lay the napkin face-down in
front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half and
orient the open end toward
you.
3. Fold the napkin into quarters.
4. Fold the top-most layer of the
napkin in half diagonally - up and to
the left.
5. Fold the next layer of napkin
diagonally up and to the left,
stopping slightly before the last
fold to create an even, staggered
effect.
6. Repeat by folding up the next layer
of napkin to a point just before the
last one.
7. And one last time with one last
layer. Keep them as uniform as you
can.
8. Now fold both sides
of the napkin under
and in to create an
even, staggered
diamond effect on the
napkin. Press it down
as flat as possible and
you're ready for guests
within 60 seconds!
5. The Cone
Napkin Fold
This nice napkin design
originated from the
napkin-worshiping
Indians native to Guam
called the dirty-wipey-
nappies...or not. An iron
will be helpful.
1. Lay the napkin face down in
front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally.
3. Orient the napkin so the
open corner faces away
from you.
4. Fold the left-most
corner diagonally so the
point rests on top of the
far corner.
5. Repeat the last step
with the right side,
bringing this fold evenly
along to the last one.
6. Turn the napkin over,
keeping the open ends
pointing away from you.
7. Evenly fold the bottom
third of the napkin up and
press the it down well. An
iron may be needed here.
8. Fold both the left and
right sides back and
underneath the napkin
evenly to create the
finished product seen here.
6. The French Napkin
Fold
Look at me, I'm
sophisticated. Look at me,
I'm elegant. Look at me, I'm
going to be used to wipe
someone's messy face! Sec
re Bleu!
The french fold is a nice
simple napkin fold that
requires no special skills or
tools (well.. hands are
helpful).
1. Lay the napkin face-down
in front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally.
3. Orient the napkin so the long side
is on the left.
4. Fold the far corner of the napkin
diagonally towards you and to the
right so that the crease falls an inch
or two short of the right-most corner
and the newly formed point at the
bottom is a few inches to the right of
the left one.
5. Fold the right-most point
towards you, pivoting at the
same place the last fold
pivoted. Use the finished
napkin to drape the dinner
place. Very classy and
uncomplicated.
7. The Bishop's Hat
Napkin Fold
This is a classic
dinner napkin fold, but it can
be difficult to line up the
corners in the cap. Some
starch and an iron make it
easier to be precise while
folding this one. ...and yes I
know it's not sitting in the
center of the plate, next
time I'll stay out of the
cooking wine, I promise.
1. Lay the napkin face down in front
of you.
2. Fold the dinner napkin in half so
that the open end is towards you.
3. Fold the far-right corner
diagonally towards you, resting the
point in the center of the side
closest to you.
4. Fold the near-left corner diagonally
away from you, resting it so that it lays
right next to the previous fold.
5. Flip the napkin over and orient it so it
points to the far-left and to the near-
right.
6. Fold the bottom half of the napkin up
and away from you, laying it so the far
edges run on top of one other.
7. Reach underneath of the
napkin and pull out the flap on
the right, making the near-side
come to two points as seen in
the picture.
8. Gently roll the left half of the left
triangle over and tuck it's end
underneath the right triangle.
9. Flip the napkin over,
points pointing away from
you.
10. Fold the right-triangle to
the left, tucking it's end into
the other triangle.
11. Open up the hat and
press the material inside
down to fill it out so that
it becomes circular, this
may take a little
fidgeting.
There you go,
now all you
need is a
little bishop
to wear it.
8. The Rosebud
Napkin Fold
This sophisticated
cloth napkin design benefits
from stiff material or light
starch. A hot iron will also
make it easier to be exact.
1. Lay the napkin face-down in
front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally.
3. Orient the napkin so the open end
points away from you.
4. Fold the far-right corner up diagonally
so that the point rests on top of the far
corner. The edge of this new flap should
lay right on the center line.
5. Repeat step four on the other side,
bringing the left-most corner up to meet
the far corner, creating a diamond
shape.
6. Flip the napkin over while keeping the
open end pointing away from you.
7. Fold the bottom of the napkin up about
3/4's of the way as shown and press the fold
down well.
8. Flip the napkin over.
9. Curl both sites up so they
meet in the middle and tuck
one into the other.
10. Stand it up and
straighten it out. If you
have trouble keeping the
points even, break out the
iron and back track to the
folds that mess up your
alignment. Is it me or do
these look like Egyptian
headgear?
9. The Sail Napkin
Fold
This is one of
the simplest standing
napkin designs there are,
but you will still need a
stiff napkin if you expect
it to stand without
flopping over. Who'd
have thought you'd be
starching your
dinnerware?
2. Fold the napkin in half and orient
the open end towards you.
1. Lay the napkin face-down in front
of you.
3. Fold the far-right
corner diagonally to the
center of the side that is
closest to you. The edge
of this flap should run
down the center of the
napkin.
4. Repeat the last step with the
other side, folding the far-left
corner diagonally to rest right
along side the previous fold.
5. Fold the napkin
in half by bringing
the center seam up
from the work
surface and
allowing the ends
to fall backwards.
Smooth down the
folds so it stands
nicely! A fast and
easy standing-fold
for your dinner
party. Now you can
sail across the seas
on your dinner
plates.
10. The Slide Napkin
Fold
This napkin folding
technique is good for those
dinners where you want
something fancy, but not too
complex. This requires either
stiff material or starch.
1. Lay the napkin face-down in front
of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half and orient
the open end towards you.
3. Fold the napkin into quarters.
4. Orient the napkin so that the open
end is pointing away from you.
5. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the
far end up to the front. Press this fold
down well.
6. Take the top-layer of napkin and fold
it back, making a crease about 1/2"-1"
before the top.
7. Flip the napkin over, keeping the single-
layer tip pointing away from you
8. Fold the napkin in half from left to right
and press the fold down well.
9. Open and
stand!
The Crown Napkin
Fold
Do you want your
dinner guests to feel like
royalty but have no red
carpet? Treat them like
kings and give them all
crowns! Then you can use
this napkin to wipe the
cheese out of that
introduction.
This napkin
folding design just doesn't
work well without a little
starch in the cloth, if it's
sagging it's ugly so take
your time and get it right.
1. Lay the napkin face-
down in front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half
diagonally.
3. Orient the napkin so the
open ends are pointing
away from you.
4. Fold the right-corner up so that the point
rests directly on top of the middle-corner.
The edge of this new flap should lay on the
center line of the napkin.
5. Repeat step four on the other side,
bringing the left-most corner up to meet the
middle-corner, creating a diamond shape.
6. Fold the bottom of the napkin up about
2/4's of the way and press this fold down
well.
7. Fold the smaller triangle down so
the point rests on the near edge of
the napkin. Press.
8. Curl the left and right sides of the
napkin up so they meet in the middle
and tuck one into the other.
9. Stand it up and tug at it
where needed to even it up
and round it out. If your
napkins are too limp then
think of starch as napkin
Viagra and make them good
and stiff.
The Standing Fan
Napkin Fold
Elegant and
decorative, this is a
classic napkin folding
technique. As usual, and
iron helps but is not
necessary.
1. Lay the napkin face-
down in front of you.
2. Fold the napkin in half and
orient the open end towards
you.
3. Fold the napkin like an
accordion starting at either
narrow end. Leave one end with 2-
3 inches of unfolded napkin to
support the standing fan.
4. Fold the napkin in half with
the accordion folds on the
outside.
5. Grasp the unfolded corners
where they meet on the open end
and fold them in diagonally, tucking
them under the accordion folds.
6. Open it and
stand it up. A
beautiful fan for
a beautiful
dinner.
The Rose Napkin Fold
Despite looking fairly elaborate, this fold is an
easy one, and it can be done with almost any variety of
napkin. Display small bowls or glasses on top of these,
or use them as novelty cocktail napkins.
1. Lay the napkin face-down
in front of you.
2. Fold the two right
corners of the napkin in so
the tips rest at the center.
3. Fold the remaining two
corners of the napkin in so
the tips meet with the last
two in the center.
4. Once again, begin
folding the outer
corners in so they meet
at the center.
5. Once all of the tips are
folded you are left with
a square about 1/4 the
size of the unfolded
napkin.
6. Flip it over.
7. Fold the corners in so
they meet in the center
and then place something
sturdy in the center, or
hold it with your fingers.
8. While maintaining
downward pressure in the
center of the napkin, reach
underneath each corner
and pull out the flaps to
create petals.
9. Remove the center
weight and your rose
should look as pictured
here.
10. If you like you can reach underneath the center of each
side and pull out a second set of petals to fancy it up some
more. Place something in the center and you're done, have a
rosy meal!
The Necktie Napkin
Fold
Now your guests can
wipe food off of their
expensive ties with...
inexpensive ties! Isn't that
special? This one's easier with
limp napkins, but if you only
have stiffies then an iron will
make this simple to do.
Remember that the larger the
napkin is, the longer the tie
will be.
1. Lay the napkin face-down
and orient it so that one of the
corners points to you.
2. Starting at the upper tip,
fold the right side about 1/3
of the way diagonally to
the left. Don't press the
fold down yet.
3. Repeat the last step with
the left side and then adjust
them both if needed so that
both sides are symmetrical.
Now press down the folds.
4. Fold the right side in about
1/3 of the way starting from
the upper tip, similar to what
we did in the last two steps.
Don't press it down yet.
5. Repeat the last
fold along the left
side and adjust for
symmetry. When
you're happy with
the shape of your
tie, press the folds
down.
6. Fold the upper 1/3
of the tie diagonally
to the right so the
tip of the tie is
perpendicular to he
lower part.
7. Turn the tie over
so the tip is now
pointing left.
8. Wrap the tip around
the top of the tie and
tuck it in underneath to
create the knot. There
you are, your very own
clever necktie napkin!
The Shirt Napkin
Fold
This is a neat fold to have
sitting on your guests dinner
plates, and it's pretty easy
assuming that you have an
iron. I repeat, break out the
iron! Iron, iron iron iron iron
iron.
1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of
you.
2. Fold the two right corners of the
napkin diagonally so the tips rest at the
center.
3. Fold the two left corners of the
napkin diagonally so the tips meet
the other two in the center.
diagonally so the tips rest at the
center.
4. Fold the right
side over so it's
edge rests on
the napkins
center-line.
5. Fold the left side over to
meet the last fold at the
center-line of the napkin.
6. Turn the napkin
over.
7. Fold the top 1/4" - 1"
down and press it with
your iron. This will be
the collar of the shirt.
8. Flip the
napkin
over
again.
9. Fold both upper
corners in diagonally,
so the points meet in
the center at an angle
to form the front
collar of the shirt.
10. Take hold of the
two corners in the
center of the napkin's
near side and fold
them up and out
diagonally - so the
edges are almost
parallel to the folds at
the far end. These will
become the sleeves.
11. Take hold of the near end of the napkin, and fold
it up towards the collar, tucking it underneath the
lower points of the collar and pressing it down. A
tiny shirt to stain with dinner, yum!
Napkin
Folding Ideas
With Napkin
Rings
A table setting often reflects the
mood and theme of a dinner party.
Enhance the tables cape at your next
event by presenting elegant napkin
folds. There are several different
types of dinner napkin folds that use
napkin rings. The styles and difficulty
of napkin folding vary from a basic
fold to a complex design.
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  • 1.
  • 2. 1. The Pyramid Napkin Fold This classy napkin folding technique is simple, fast, and can be made easily with most napkins. If the napkin being used is thin and flops easily then iron it with light starch prior to folding and it will turn out perfectly!
  • 3. 1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half diagonally.
  • 4. 3. Rotate the napkin so the open end faces away from you. 4. Fold the right end up to meet the far corner, ensuring the edge of this new fold lays on the centerline as shown.
  • 5. 5. Repeat the last step with the left side, folding the left tip up to the far corner, creating a diamond shape with a seam running down the center. 6. Turn the napkin over, keeping the open end facing away from you.
  • 6. 7. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the farthest point of the diamond up and back to the nearest point. 8. Turn the napkin over again, this time keeping the open end facing towards you.
  • 7. 9. Fold the napkin along the center seam and you have a neat, sturdy pyramid. If your napkin won't stand neatly then you may need a little starch.
  • 8. 2. The Arrow Napkin Fold This method of folding napkins is very simple and can be done with almost any napkin without a need for starch. It adds a flowing, elegant look to your table.
  • 9. 1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. 3. Fold the far-right corner over to the center of the side that is closest to you. The edge of this fold should run down the center of the napkin.
  • 10. 4. Repeat the last step with the other side, folding the far-left corner in to rest along side the previous fold. 5. Fold the right-flap out diagonally so that it's outer edge runs even with the far edge of the napkin. 6. Repeat the previous step on the other side, folding the left- flap out diagonally to meet the far edge of the napkin.
  • 11. 7. Slide the left and the right sides together, allowing the napkin to bend at the farthest point. This will cause the flat, center part to bow. Pretty easy, huh?
  • 12. 3. The Bird Of Paradise Napkin Fold This is a classic and classy napkin folding technique that requires a stiff napkin. If you don't have any dinner napkins made of stiff linen then a light starching should fix you right up.
  • 13. 1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half. 3. Fold the napkin in quarters.
  • 14. 4. Fold the napkin in half diagonally, creating a triangle. 5. Orient the triangle so the open tip is facing away from you. 6. Fold the right corner diagonally towards you - laying it down along the centerline of the triangle, making a new tip pointing towards you. An iron can make this important fold a whole lot easier.
  • 15. 7. Do the same with the left corner, fold it diagonally toward you and press it down next to the previous fold. Now you have a diamond, you're rich! Yay!. 8. Fold the two "wings" that you just made in folds 6 and 7 under so that you have your original triangle shape back. Once again an iron can make a world of difference.
  • 16. 9. Fold the triangle in half by bringing the center seam towards you and allowing the ends to fall. 10. This bird's almost ready to fly, but first you must give it some feathers. While holding the base firmly to keep your folds together, pull up the four 'flaps' created by the napkin's corners.
  • 17. Pretty cool fold, isn't it? It makes you wonder if there are people sitting around in basements performing experimental napkin folds while the rest of us are sleeping. This fold can be difficult if you don't use an iron or have a fairly stiff napkin so be prepared to put a few minutes into making each one.
  • 18. 4. The Diamond Napkin Fold Got some really limp napkins and want something nice to make without eating up too much time? Then this one's for you, if you're using thick/stiff napkins then an iron will help.
  • 19. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end toward you. 3. Fold the napkin into quarters.
  • 20. 4. Fold the top-most layer of the napkin in half diagonally - up and to the left. 5. Fold the next layer of napkin diagonally up and to the left, stopping slightly before the last fold to create an even, staggered effect.
  • 21. 6. Repeat by folding up the next layer of napkin to a point just before the last one. 7. And one last time with one last layer. Keep them as uniform as you can.
  • 22. 8. Now fold both sides of the napkin under and in to create an even, staggered diamond effect on the napkin. Press it down as flat as possible and you're ready for guests within 60 seconds!
  • 23. 5. The Cone Napkin Fold This nice napkin design originated from the napkin-worshiping Indians native to Guam called the dirty-wipey- nappies...or not. An iron will be helpful.
  • 24. 1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half diagonally. 3. Orient the napkin so the open corner faces away from you.
  • 25. 4. Fold the left-most corner diagonally so the point rests on top of the far corner. 5. Repeat the last step with the right side, bringing this fold evenly along to the last one.
  • 26. 6. Turn the napkin over, keeping the open ends pointing away from you. 7. Evenly fold the bottom third of the napkin up and press the it down well. An iron may be needed here.
  • 27. 8. Fold both the left and right sides back and underneath the napkin evenly to create the finished product seen here.
  • 28. 6. The French Napkin Fold Look at me, I'm sophisticated. Look at me, I'm elegant. Look at me, I'm going to be used to wipe someone's messy face! Sec re Bleu! The french fold is a nice simple napkin fold that requires no special skills or tools (well.. hands are helpful).
  • 29. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half diagonally.
  • 30. 3. Orient the napkin so the long side is on the left. 4. Fold the far corner of the napkin diagonally towards you and to the right so that the crease falls an inch or two short of the right-most corner and the newly formed point at the bottom is a few inches to the right of the left one.
  • 31. 5. Fold the right-most point towards you, pivoting at the same place the last fold pivoted. Use the finished napkin to drape the dinner place. Very classy and uncomplicated.
  • 32. 7. The Bishop's Hat Napkin Fold This is a classic dinner napkin fold, but it can be difficult to line up the corners in the cap. Some starch and an iron make it easier to be precise while folding this one. ...and yes I know it's not sitting in the center of the plate, next time I'll stay out of the cooking wine, I promise.
  • 33. 1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you. 2. Fold the dinner napkin in half so that the open end is towards you. 3. Fold the far-right corner diagonally towards you, resting the point in the center of the side closest to you.
  • 34. 4. Fold the near-left corner diagonally away from you, resting it so that it lays right next to the previous fold. 5. Flip the napkin over and orient it so it points to the far-left and to the near- right. 6. Fold the bottom half of the napkin up and away from you, laying it so the far edges run on top of one other.
  • 35. 7. Reach underneath of the napkin and pull out the flap on the right, making the near-side come to two points as seen in the picture. 8. Gently roll the left half of the left triangle over and tuck it's end underneath the right triangle.
  • 36. 9. Flip the napkin over, points pointing away from you. 10. Fold the right-triangle to the left, tucking it's end into the other triangle.
  • 37. 11. Open up the hat and press the material inside down to fill it out so that it becomes circular, this may take a little fidgeting.
  • 38. There you go, now all you need is a little bishop to wear it.
  • 39. 8. The Rosebud Napkin Fold This sophisticated cloth napkin design benefits from stiff material or light starch. A hot iron will also make it easier to be exact.
  • 40. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half diagonally.
  • 41. 3. Orient the napkin so the open end points away from you. 4. Fold the far-right corner up diagonally so that the point rests on top of the far corner. The edge of this new flap should lay right on the center line. 5. Repeat step four on the other side, bringing the left-most corner up to meet the far corner, creating a diamond shape.
  • 42. 6. Flip the napkin over while keeping the open end pointing away from you. 7. Fold the bottom of the napkin up about 3/4's of the way as shown and press the fold down well.
  • 43. 8. Flip the napkin over. 9. Curl both sites up so they meet in the middle and tuck one into the other.
  • 44. 10. Stand it up and straighten it out. If you have trouble keeping the points even, break out the iron and back track to the folds that mess up your alignment. Is it me or do these look like Egyptian headgear?
  • 45. 9. The Sail Napkin Fold This is one of the simplest standing napkin designs there are, but you will still need a stiff napkin if you expect it to stand without flopping over. Who'd have thought you'd be starching your dinnerware?
  • 46. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you.
  • 47. 3. Fold the far-right corner diagonally to the center of the side that is closest to you. The edge of this flap should run down the center of the napkin. 4. Repeat the last step with the other side, folding the far-left corner diagonally to rest right along side the previous fold.
  • 48. 5. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the center seam up from the work surface and allowing the ends to fall backwards. Smooth down the folds so it stands nicely! A fast and easy standing-fold for your dinner party. Now you can sail across the seas on your dinner plates.
  • 49. 10. The Slide Napkin Fold This napkin folding technique is good for those dinners where you want something fancy, but not too complex. This requires either stiff material or starch.
  • 50. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. 3. Fold the napkin into quarters.
  • 51. 4. Orient the napkin so that the open end is pointing away from you. 5. Fold the napkin in half by bringing the far end up to the front. Press this fold down well. 6. Take the top-layer of napkin and fold it back, making a crease about 1/2"-1" before the top.
  • 52. 7. Flip the napkin over, keeping the single- layer tip pointing away from you 8. Fold the napkin in half from left to right and press the fold down well.
  • 54. The Crown Napkin Fold Do you want your dinner guests to feel like royalty but have no red carpet? Treat them like kings and give them all crowns! Then you can use this napkin to wipe the cheese out of that introduction. This napkin folding design just doesn't work well without a little starch in the cloth, if it's sagging it's ugly so take your time and get it right.
  • 55. 1. Lay the napkin face- down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half diagonally. 3. Orient the napkin so the open ends are pointing away from you.
  • 56. 4. Fold the right-corner up so that the point rests directly on top of the middle-corner. The edge of this new flap should lay on the center line of the napkin. 5. Repeat step four on the other side, bringing the left-most corner up to meet the middle-corner, creating a diamond shape. 6. Fold the bottom of the napkin up about 2/4's of the way and press this fold down well.
  • 57. 7. Fold the smaller triangle down so the point rests on the near edge of the napkin. Press. 8. Curl the left and right sides of the napkin up so they meet in the middle and tuck one into the other.
  • 58. 9. Stand it up and tug at it where needed to even it up and round it out. If your napkins are too limp then think of starch as napkin Viagra and make them good and stiff.
  • 59. The Standing Fan Napkin Fold Elegant and decorative, this is a classic napkin folding technique. As usual, and iron helps but is not necessary.
  • 60. 1. Lay the napkin face- down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. 3. Fold the napkin like an accordion starting at either narrow end. Leave one end with 2- 3 inches of unfolded napkin to support the standing fan.
  • 61. 4. Fold the napkin in half with the accordion folds on the outside. 5. Grasp the unfolded corners where they meet on the open end and fold them in diagonally, tucking them under the accordion folds.
  • 62. 6. Open it and stand it up. A beautiful fan for a beautiful dinner.
  • 63. The Rose Napkin Fold Despite looking fairly elaborate, this fold is an easy one, and it can be done with almost any variety of napkin. Display small bowls or glasses on top of these, or use them as novelty cocktail napkins.
  • 64. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the two right corners of the napkin in so the tips rest at the center. 3. Fold the remaining two corners of the napkin in so the tips meet with the last two in the center.
  • 65. 4. Once again, begin folding the outer corners in so they meet at the center. 5. Once all of the tips are folded you are left with a square about 1/4 the size of the unfolded napkin.
  • 66. 6. Flip it over. 7. Fold the corners in so they meet in the center and then place something sturdy in the center, or hold it with your fingers.
  • 67. 8. While maintaining downward pressure in the center of the napkin, reach underneath each corner and pull out the flaps to create petals. 9. Remove the center weight and your rose should look as pictured here.
  • 68. 10. If you like you can reach underneath the center of each side and pull out a second set of petals to fancy it up some more. Place something in the center and you're done, have a rosy meal!
  • 69. The Necktie Napkin Fold Now your guests can wipe food off of their expensive ties with... inexpensive ties! Isn't that special? This one's easier with limp napkins, but if you only have stiffies then an iron will make this simple to do. Remember that the larger the napkin is, the longer the tie will be.
  • 70. 1. Lay the napkin face-down and orient it so that one of the corners points to you. 2. Starting at the upper tip, fold the right side about 1/3 of the way diagonally to the left. Don't press the fold down yet.
  • 71. 3. Repeat the last step with the left side and then adjust them both if needed so that both sides are symmetrical. Now press down the folds. 4. Fold the right side in about 1/3 of the way starting from the upper tip, similar to what we did in the last two steps. Don't press it down yet.
  • 72. 5. Repeat the last fold along the left side and adjust for symmetry. When you're happy with the shape of your tie, press the folds down. 6. Fold the upper 1/3 of the tie diagonally to the right so the tip of the tie is perpendicular to he lower part. 7. Turn the tie over so the tip is now pointing left.
  • 73. 8. Wrap the tip around the top of the tie and tuck it in underneath to create the knot. There you are, your very own clever necktie napkin!
  • 74. The Shirt Napkin Fold This is a neat fold to have sitting on your guests dinner plates, and it's pretty easy assuming that you have an iron. I repeat, break out the iron! Iron, iron iron iron iron iron.
  • 75. 1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the two right corners of the napkin diagonally so the tips rest at the center. 3. Fold the two left corners of the napkin diagonally so the tips meet the other two in the center. diagonally so the tips rest at the center.
  • 76. 4. Fold the right side over so it's edge rests on the napkins center-line. 5. Fold the left side over to meet the last fold at the center-line of the napkin.
  • 77. 6. Turn the napkin over. 7. Fold the top 1/4" - 1" down and press it with your iron. This will be the collar of the shirt.
  • 78. 8. Flip the napkin over again. 9. Fold both upper corners in diagonally, so the points meet in the center at an angle to form the front collar of the shirt. 10. Take hold of the two corners in the center of the napkin's near side and fold them up and out diagonally - so the edges are almost parallel to the folds at the far end. These will become the sleeves.
  • 79. 11. Take hold of the near end of the napkin, and fold it up towards the collar, tucking it underneath the lower points of the collar and pressing it down. A tiny shirt to stain with dinner, yum!
  • 81. A table setting often reflects the mood and theme of a dinner party. Enhance the tables cape at your next event by presenting elegant napkin folds. There are several different types of dinner napkin folds that use napkin rings. The styles and difficulty of napkin folding vary from a basic fold to a complex design.