This past Christmas, Sean gave me a gift card to spend at Superbuzzy, my favorite local independent fabric shop in Ventura. Unfortunately, for one reason or another, I wasn’t able to get to the store to spend my gift card, and it was burning a hole in my wallet. So finally, while we were down in Ventura this weekend, I made time to go to the store. I spent an hour browsing while Sean read a book in the Husband Waiting Area, where there is a sofa and coffee table for that reason. I chose two yards of cute Japanese fabric and a handful of remnant rolls. Since I’ve been on a sewing kick lately, I thought I would turn those remnants into assorted sizes of napkins (cocktail, luncheon, and dinner).
After washing, drying, and pressing the fabric, I got to measuring and slicing with my trusty blue Olfa rotary cutter. Now I’ve got a pile of squares ready to be transformed into the best reusable napkins you could have on your dining table.