It is finally time for one of our yarn dye linens to get the spotlight! This linen features a beautiful checkered pattern that is perfect for a set of napkins.
I added a fun, yellow trim to border this easy-to-make set of napkins. This is a great tutorial on how to use bias tape, which, you will discover, is the greatest sewing aid! If you are an experienced sewer, this is a simple craft that will definitely liven up your table!
In just a few easy steps, you will have a gorgeous new set of napkins that will brighten up your table.
- Checkered linen. I used IL074, which is in a yarn dye that I love.
- Bias tape. I used a bright yellow color, but you can pick any color you like. This is easy to find in any craft or fabric store.
- Sewing machine
- Measuring tape
I pinned the bias tape open to show what it looks like. All you need to do is insert the edge of your linen into that fold. It should line up nicely so you can sew the bias tape all around the edge of your napkin.