Napkin Folds: Beautifully Styled Napkins for Every Occasion

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National Book Network, Jul 13, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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The art of napkin folding is experiencing a revival, as table decorating becomes ever more sophisticated and stylish. This book presents thirty stunning designs in an easy-to-follow format, with clear concise instructions and step-by-step photographs of every stage of preparation. From the Water Lily to the Bishop's Hat each napkin fold will delight and amaze your guests and make your table the talk of the town.

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About the author (2001)

Bridget Jones graduated in home economics from Surrey University, then worked as a food stylist for a major publishing house before training as an editor. She launched into a freelance career to marry the satisfaction of editing and creating books with an enthusiasm for writing and a passion for food and cooking. Bridget has written more than 50 books on a wide range of food subjects, and acted as a consultant on a number of major titles. She contributes to many magazines and has appeared extensively on local radio. Her other published titles by Southwater include Perfect Party Food Made Simple and Sweet Comfort Food.

Brehaut is a photographic stylist and hand model specializing in food and crafts.

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