Linen Double Hemstitch Cocktail Napkins, Set of 4

As luxuriously soft as the vintage linens that inspired them, our classic linen cocktail napkins have a wonderful heirloom feel. They're edged with double rows of hemstitching, a traditional needlework technique that creates a delicate openwork border. Like all fine linen textiles, these pieces mellow beautifully over the years, becoming softer every time they're washed. Woven of 100% linen. Finished with full hems and mitered corners. Machine-wash. Set of four.
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Review 1 for Linen Double Hemstitch Cocktail Napkins, Set of 4
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
,New Brighton
,PA
March 18, 2016
Would You Recommend? No
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Size differs between sets
March 18, 2016
We use cloth napkins everyday. I wanted to try linen instead of cotton for a change.
Nice fabric, good construction. Irons well.
I was disappointed that the size between the sets of four napkins differed.
Pros: Good for Entertaining, Color
Cons: Size
Review 2 for Linen Double Hemstitch Cocktail Napkins, Set of 4
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
,San Antonio
,Tx
January 15, 2015
Would You Recommend? No
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Seeing red
January 15, 2015
I purchased 4 packs of this item on November 30, 2014, as a gift for my son and daughter-in-law 's first anniversary. I was embarrassed to give it to them as the quality of this napkin is so poor: it looks thin, old and the red is dull as if over washed. Unfortunately, I cannot return these napkins as they are monogrammed. Sorry, but I would not recommend these items to anyone.
Cons: Not Durable, Quality, Color, looks old and used
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BluebirdII
Chicago
Posted March 21, 2015
Perfectly distressed
This is a more contemporary look for linen. I personally think it's beautiful. It looks more authentic than a stiff 'new' linen (and stiff 'new' linen will look rumpled and wrinkled after the first wash).
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