These designs by Julia Lindpaintner were inspired by the designer’s memories of family gatherings where her grandmother would instruct the children to fold their own napkins. Created to encourage a return to reusable cotton napkins for everyday dining, the built-in instructions make the elegance of beautiful napkin folds accessible to all. Set of six, each folds into a unique design and measures 20"sq. Washing-machine safe in cold water. Iron with low heat.
The Fold-by-Number Napkins were designed for MoMA's collaboration with the MFA Products of Design program at the School of Visual Arts.
- Size: 20" Square
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