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Farmhouse Farm Fresh Napkins DIY

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Our Decor Enthusiast team challenge this month is to create something with one yard of fabric. I thought about recovering a foot stool, making a pillow and that’s about it. While shuffling through my fabric stash, it hit me. The minute I saw this ticking fabric: Farmhouse “Farm Fresh” Napkins.

Mattress ticking fabric just has a certain relaxed country look, it’s perfect for adding a little farmhouse flare to the table. This is a quick and easy project, no sewing required!

Make your own farmhouse napkins

Super easy!

Setting the farmhouse table with farmhouse napkins - easy to make with 1 yard of fabric and this free printable

Farm Fresh napkins get the farmhouse look with just 1 yard of fabric and this free printable

Farmhouse napkins from 1 yard of fabric plus free printable

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How to make farmhouse napkins with 1 yard of fabric

  • The napkins are 18″ x 18″. I used a ruler to mark the fabric and cut it with pinking shears, mainly because I didn’t want to sew them. After cutting each napkin to size, I washed and dried them. The pinking shears created the perfect frayed edge. After I took them out of the drier, I trimmed the loose strings.
  • Print the Farm Fresh printable (I have included it, just download it to your computer) print on inkjet transfer.
  • Use the ruler to center your printable.
  • Iron on printable according to the directions for the transfer paper.

The fabric washed and dried very well. It was a little wrinkled, I did iron it before adding the farm fresh printable. You can sew these if you’d like. I wanted a more casual look.

To download the free printable, click here: Farm Fresh Locally Grown

The printable is already in reverse and ready for you to print and add to your napkins – for personal use only please!

How to make Farmhouse style napkins with just 1 yard of fabric and this free printable

Farmhouse napkins free printable made from 1 yard of fabric

One yard of fabric + one free printable = Farm Fresh Napkins

They look perfect with my recent table makeover. <<— be sure to click and see it 😉 You’ll never guess where I found it!

More one yard fabric makeovers: outdoor pillow covers and  envelope pillow covers.

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    47 thoughts on “Farmhouse Farm Fresh Napkins DIY”

    1. Hi Deb, My oh my, how I adore your ticking farmhouse napkins!! They’re just perfect with the words, ticking, and rough fraying. I DO think you may have forgotten to put your free printable words in your list of materials, though. You may want to add it for dummies like me, who love to get it all straight in directions and materials!! Thanks!!

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    2. You were “spot” on with choosing that ticking fabric for napkins! The neutral color is perfect for any color setting and won’t hog the show. So simple, so practical and so pretty!

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    3. I love the look of these, but when I clicked on the link for the fabric I chose the tan color stripe from Magnolia Farms and further review states that this fabric is dry clean only. Please advise if the fabric YOU made yours from was also dry clean only? Perhaps I am way too practical, but taking napkins to the dry cleaner is not gonna happen here!

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      • Joanne, my fabric was from my fabric stash. To be honest, I don’t know if it was dry clean only or not. I either bought it at Hobby Lobby or Walmart. Mine washed and dried like it was cotton fabric. I hope you have a HL or Walmart near so you can read the instructions 🙂 Best wishes, Debbie

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    4. I’ve been looking for cloth napkins to add to my placemats for a while, but the colors or patterns for store-bought ones just aren’t right. Why hadn’t I thought of making some myself??? I guess you just needed to put it out there in front of me! Thanks Debbie!

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    5. This is a neat idea with the yard of fabric. I have friends that day a yard is not enough to create anything…uh,. I say wrong,!!!

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    6. Debbie,

      Your napkins are sooo darn cute. A friend recently gave me yards of red ticking fabric. I should do a table runner for my kitchen. 🙂

      pinned!

      gail

      ps still loving your table and your dining room….

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    7. I have all the stuff in my stash to make these!! Perfect weekend project. Do u mind sharing where u purchased the beautiful salad plates??? Thank u for posting

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    8. Love your Farm Fresh napkins. I have been looking for fabric to make napkins for use in my recently remodeled kitchen. These are perfect. Thanks for the inspiration.

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