|Napkin Fold #7: Pocket Fold|
This fold is often seen on buffet tables. The pocket can hold silverware, a placecard, decoration, or tiny gift.
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Be aware that the fold may not stay intact unless the napkin is crisply starched and ironed. In the alternative, secure it with a ribbon tied under the pocket to help keep silverware from slipping out when carried.
|POCKET NAPKIN FOLD
Leave this fold plain, or embellish by filling the pocket with a flower.
Lay the napkin out flat.
Fold the left half over so the fold is at the left.
Fold up the bottom edge about 4".
Fold up again 4". This view shows the right side (where silverware will be inserted into the pocket. Now, turn the napkin over and fold in each side to the center. Insert one of the back edges inside of the other to secure the folds.
Turn to the right side and insert silverware into the "pocket".
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