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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1555319-cocktails-santa-by-tallulahdahling' title = 'Cocktails with Santa! by tallulahdahling on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0155/5319/rrFoldable4point23_inch_XmasCocktailNapkinsFatQuarter_2012_shop_preview.png' alt='Cocktails with Santa!'/></a>
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Collection: Christmas 2012
I love acting, ballroom dancing, designing jewelry, fabric, and clothes,and I'm the author of "A Turn for DeWurst" at Amazon. Pen name: Sydney Kendall.
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One fat quarter gives you four foldable Santa Claus cocktail napkins, each approximately 4.25 inches square when folded in quarters. The red and white stripes around the edges is the hem allowance. Finish off as you please. And have a Merry Christmas!
While a fat quarter on any fabric gives you enough napkins for a gathering of four, if you're having a big party a full yard on 42- inch fabric will get you 16 napkins.
The widest fabric - 56 inches - will get you 4 napkins on a fat quarter but 20 on a full yard. (And the wider fabric on both fat q and yardage will give you a bit of useless partial napkins, as well. Hmmmm ... Wait! You could use the partial napkins to make Santa-face ornaments for your tree! Yes!)
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Posted almost 4 years ago.
Here's a quick shot of the cocktail napkins fat quarter in the Australian afternoon sun.
Thank you, Julie!
Lovely, gorgeous illustration!
Hee! Hee! Hee! Thank you Moira Rae!
Ho! Ho! HO! Fantastic design!
Thank you, Rhonda, for the compliment and the idea. Hey, I just got another idea! Cut out half the napkin, vertical-wise, fold it over, wrong-side-out, from the top of the Santa square, and stitch, leaving a hole at the bottom large enough for turning and stuffing. Turn and stuff with something that smells Christmassy! Hand stitch the hole. Take a large needle with a hole big enough for a 1/8 th inch or 1/4th inch wide ribbon. Pull it through the top of the sachet ornament, tie a knot, and hang it someplace. You could also sew or glue a few sparklies to it. If you have a fake Christmas tree, you could stuff the sachets with pine needles and hang them all over the tree! :D YAY!
Thank you, Carole!
I love the richly decorated, antique look of this gorgeous design! There are many potential ways that this jolly Santa panel could be used in patchwork projects, giving the design a lot of uses other than cocktail napkins!
So nice, feels very classic but fun as well
Thank you, Su!
Very jolly! Love the red & white borders too (especially those fancy corners!)
Thank you, Ottomanbrim! Thank you Victoria!
Good ideas and lovely illustrations!! Great!!
Great illustration and colors- I love the santa!
Thank you, De-ann!
This is a fantastic design, Barbara. I love the traditional elements, the rich colours and intricate design. Great that you've included Santa! :)
Yes, I know this doesn't meet the suggested specifications of the contest, but I much prefer a foldable cocktail napkin that's big enough to see when folded. ; ) So do with these what you will! I am standing on my cocktail napkin principles regardless of what society thinks!!! : D
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