12 Gifts of Christmas: Tablecloth and Napkins

 

I love to look at the tablecloths and napkins when I’m wasting time at Target. But I always feel bad paying so much for something I’ll use only once in awhile. Which is why that makes it a perfect gift!

What you’ll need:
*fabric measuring the size of your tablecloth + 1″ on each side (standard sizes are 60×84, 60×102)
*6-8 square pieces of fabric measuring 26″ square

1.  Press a hem all the way around the tablecloth and napkins — 1/2″ and then another 1/2″. Do the top and bottom. Then the two sides so you can fold over the corners.

2.  Sew in your hem.

That’s all there is to it! Pretty easy to do but it does take awhile!

Fun way to wrap it:

Or with fresh bread and dipping oil. Or Christmas cookies.

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