Lunchbox Cloth Napkins

Clothnapkins

Lunch just got fancier! Not only are cloth napkins green but they are also very posh :) My daughter goes to a green school so cloth napkins are a must…that’s why I decided to make some smaller lunchbox-sized cloth napkins complete with her initial (these are great for adult lunches too)!

Clothnapkins
Clothnapkins
Clothnapkins

Use your sewing machine to stitch edges down.

In case you wanted a corner view…I mean, who doesn’t?! :)

Clothnapkins

Follow the package instructions for the iron-on initials.

Clothnapkins

And you’re done!

Clothnapkins

The perfect size for a lunchbox :)

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Comments

    • 2

      says

      I have thought about maknig this change since we go through paper napkins so quickly and I hate paying for them. I would like to have a good stash of them, so think I will start looking for some in clearance sections of my favorite stores. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  1. 3

    The PharMA says

    I’m sure they’ll love them Anwen! I’d love to see the finished project if you would like to post it on my FB page :)

    • 5

      says

      This is something I solhud do too. We’re at a point where we hardly use any paper towels but when we need a napkin that is what we grab. They solhud be pretty easy to make too, especially since they don’t require much fabric. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. 7

    The PharMA says

    Thank you Doria! Some was from JoAnn Fabrics and the other I got at a local craft store (in SWFL) called Sew Worth it

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    michele says

    I found your blog through Jennie at Got My Reservations. Our children also attend a green school and this idea is fantastic. My daughter and I will be making it a fun and easy sewing project. Thank you for sharing!

    xomichele

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