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MyDrap Napkins and Placemats

I don't see what the big deal is. It's just Christmas. It's not like the Queen of Sheba is coming to dinner. But she insisted we get these festive napkins and matching placemats to dress up the table. Makes no difference to me. Ham is ham, ya know?
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inkycatz


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Do you have special holiday linen? What about these?

I'm just hanging out, really.

lstaff


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I love love love cloth napkins. And cloths for clean-up.

We NEVER buy paper towels and rarely buy paper napkins at our house: it's cloth for us!!

A cloth napkin is a GREAT way to wrap up a present, too, as it keeps all that paper out of the waste stream.

Wondering how these hold up to washing . . .

billaroo


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lstaff wrote:I love love love cloth napkins. And cloths for clean-up.

We NEVER buy paper towels and rarely buy paper napkins at our house: it's cloth for us!!

A cloth napkin is a GREAT way to wrap up a present, too, as it keeps all that paper out of the waste stream.

Wondering how these hold up to washing . . .



The company says that you can wash them six times. I have washed mine eight and they are still really nice.

cmeonline


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lstaff wrote:I love love love cloth napkins. And cloths for clean-up.

We NEVER buy paper towels and rarely buy paper napkins at our house: it's cloth for us!!

A cloth napkin is a GREAT way to wrap up a present, too, as it keeps all that paper out of the waste stream.

Wondering how these hold up to washing . . .




These napkins and placemats are not hemmed. Washing can lead to unraveling of the edges. I have washed them up to 10 times and been happy with the results.