Covid-19 Sewing (16) Napkins
The nakedness of the toilet paper aisle is almost standard, though we've been fortunate to be in the one store as a shipment was being unloaded. What we didn't expect was that the paper goods scarcity would extend to paper towels and paper napkins. We tried not think why.
We found ourselves re-using very cheap paper napkins. The grossness of this practice got to me and I did something I prolly should have done many, many years ago.
I made a half dozen bright napkins that we can reuse comfortably.
I cut 13" squares of fabric, pressed each side under 1/4" twice, and stitched. A very quick project. I don't know why I didn't do this earlier.