Victoria: the New Napkin Folding: Fresh Ideas for a Well-Dressed Table

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Cooking - 112 pages
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When the finest china and polished silverware sparkle on a beautiful tablecloth, when a lovely floral centerpiece adds an extra note of grace, when shimmering candles create romance, no ordinary napkin will do. So transform those simple linen squares into something dazzling by following precisely photographed instructions and a few simple folds. A primer of the easiest possible techniques will get you started, and the projects-divided into chapters focusing on elegance, charm, and whimsy-range from the pretty Water Lily to the sweet and appealing Maiden's Cap, from a frilly deco-style fan to the dramatic, origami-like fleur-de-lis. These chic and decorative folded napkins are what every well-dressed table should wear!
 

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Contents

Sunset Sails
33
Basic Folds 22 Waterfall Pleat
46
Elegance Cliann
55
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Terry Taylor lives and works in Asheville, NC as an Editor and Project Coordinator for Lark Books. He is a prolific designer and exhibiting artist, working in media from metals and jewelry to paper crafts and mosaics. He has appeared on TV shows like Home Matters and The Christopher Lowell Show.

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