How to fold a napkin

Know when to wrap ’em, when to twist ’em up, and when to go for fun. We’re talking about napkins, of course. They’re the easiest, most elegant way to dress up your place settings—and they add a big serving of personality to your table, too. To inspire you, we present over a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

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A beautifully folded napkin sets the scene for a meal to remember. While the debate is out on whether the formal dinner table is a conventionality of the past, any hostess knows the inherent value of napkins. When your guests sit down to the table, they serve both a practical purpose—by tucking in utensils, displaying menu cards—and purely for decorative flair by completing the theme in the place setting.

Napkins can be customized to suit any celebration, any time of the year. One of our easiest ideas folds a napkin into a handsome bow tie. As another, fold your napkin into an envelope that contains anything you see fitting: a place card, the menu, or a parting favor to be cherished after the event is over. Consider seasonal holidays, too. For Easter brunch, prop up a floppy-eared bunny among the decorated eggs and spring flowers. At Thanksgiving, replicate the symbol of the feast: a turkey; you will accordion-fold and fan out one napkin into a stately-looking row of tail feathers. On Christmas Eve, fold a tiny Tannenbaum of your own with a green linen napkin and a paper-punched star that spells out your guest’s name. They can even be personalized with embroidered handwriting, making it an heirloom for family gatherings in the years to come. Remember: It’s a good idea to starch and iron your napkins prior to any folding; this helps them to retain their shape.

For these ideas and more, we present the step-by-step tutorials on a dozen ways to spiff up a plain napkin.

How to fold a napkin

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How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

Learning this Christmas tree napkin fold technique really upped my holiday table setting game and I’d like to spread the (napkin) joy. The following super simple steps result in nothing less than a modern, classy, and I can’t help but say it, adorable way to work your napkins into the dinner mix.

Let’s get started!

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Step 1: Supplies

All you need are perfectly square green* napkins (I used 20″ x 20″ ones, but any 16″x16″ and up size will work great). I prefer to use 100% natural fibers like cotton or linen, but using a poly/cotton blend won’t make any difference to the success of the folds.

I like to iron my napkins before I get to folding. This is optional, but results in a crisper looking tree.

*These would still look great in any other color!

Step 2: Fold the Napkin in Half

Make sure the corners are lining up and smooth out any wrinkles.

Step 3: Fold It in Half Again

Again, make sure the corners are all lining up with each other. Smooth it out and spin it around so that all the outside corners are facing you.

Step 4: Fold the Corners Up One at a Time

Stagger each corner like pictured. Aaaand smooth.

Step 5: Flip the Napkin Over

Gently slide your hand under the napkin, sandwich it between your hands, and flip it over.

Step 6: Fold Both Outer Corners to Their Opposite Sides

One at a time, fold each upper outside corner over to the opposite side’s edge, so that the tops are parallel with you and you’ve formed a tidy downwards pointing triangle-ish shape.

Step 7: Flip It Again

Flip the folded napkin over again.

Step 8: Fold 'em UP

Starting at the top, fold each flap up. Tuck the second through the fifth flap up under the one above it, hiding the pointed corner.

Nice job, the hard work is done!

Step 9: Place and Primp

Once you’ve set the table, place the napkins on the empty plates and make sure all their folds are still in place.

I chose to leave my trees bare, but feel free to add stars and/or edible glitter or any other little non-toxic bits you can think of! I’d love to see pictures posted to the comments section if you give these a go!!

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin to look like a Christmas tree the easy way that doesn’t require any fancy folding skills or the need to starch the napkins stiff first.

I found a video on Facebook last week showing how to fold a napkin to look like a Christmas tree for a Christmas dinner table setting.

I tried it and it was a total fail with my cotton and unstarched napkins. I wanted something easier and after my failed attempt.

How to fold a napkin

I found that not completing all the folds as shown in the video I watched, I liked the way the napkin looked even better.

I showed a photo of the napkin fold in my Christmas Home Tour post and received an overwhelming amount of emails and comments from reader’s wanting to know how I folded it.

This made me realize I needed to make my own video and then decided the Christmas tree napkin folding video needed its own post so it could easily be found by readers.

How-to: Easy Christmas Tree Napkin Fold

How to fold a cloth or paper napkin to look like a Christmas tree and then style it three different ways on a dinner plate.

How to fold a napkin

If your napkins are made of heavy or made of thick fabric and not starched and stiff, leave the bottom of the tree pointed. It will lay nicer.

How to fold a napkin

Or you can tuck the bottom section under the folded napkin. This will look better with napkins made with thinner fabric.

How to fold a napkin

If you tuck the bottom of the napkin up under the fold, you can also stand the tree up. You will need to have starched or stiff napkins to do this.

I didn’t starch my napkins, but I did press them with an iron before folding, but a few of them did flop down and needed too much fussing.

So depending on your napkins and the time you have to fold the number of napkins you will need, there are a few options you can choose from.

For ease – laying the napkins I used on the dinner plates looked best on my Christmas dinner table.

How to Video: Christmas Tree Napkin Fold

How to fold a napkin

Make your holiday table special this year by discovering how to fold a Christmas tree napkin. Cloth napkins in green – or maybe a festive red – and the right folding technique are all it takes to make a cute Christmas tree for every place setting.

A series of folds creates the tree shape perfect for every plate, and there’s the option to add any finishing touches you like such as a star for the top of the tree or even give it a trunk, if you like.

Discover how to fold a Christmas tree napkin here and delight family members of all ages with this year’s Christmas table ideas.

How to fold a Christmas tree napkin

Follow these steps to get in the know about how to fold a Christmas tree napkin. Make sure the napkins you select are square and big enough to work with – 16 by 16 inches (40 by 40cm) and larger will work fine.

As for the fabric when you’re learning how to fold a Christmas tree napkin, linen napkins are ideal, or cotton, but blended fabrics are also suitable for making into a Christmas tree shape. And, you can match the napkin’s fabric or paper color and pattern to your Christmas dining room decor for a cohesive look, too.

1. Make the first folds

Iron the napkin before you begin so you’re working with a smooth piece of fabric.

Take hold of each corner of one side, and fold the napkin in half again to make a square shape. Make sure it’s smooth and turn it so the open corners face you and it’s oriented towards you in a diamond shape.

2. Fold layer by layer towards the top corner

Taking the top layer of fabric only, turn the corner up so that it is just below the apex of the diamond.

Repeat with the next corner, folding it so it sits below the first corner you turned up.

Repeat with all the corners, staggering them at an even distance. Smooth down the folded napkin.

3. Flip the napkin over

Use one hand to press against the top of the napkin to hold the folds in place, and slide your other hand underneath it taking care not to disturb the folds. Holding top and bottom to keep the folds in place, turn the napkin over and place it back down on your work surface.

4. Fold the sides of the napkin across the center

Take the bottom left corner of the napkin and fold it so that the top corner aligns with the slope of the opposite side of the shape. Repeat with the bottom right corner to leave a shape with a point at top and bottom.

5. Flip the napkin back over

Turn the napkin over so the pleats are uppermost. The narrowest part of the tree shape should be at the top.

6. Tuck in the flaps

Working from the top of the napkin tree, turn the first flap upwards to align with the top of the tree. For the second flap, fold upwards then tuck the point underneath the first fold. Repeat this folding and tucking with the next flaps, working downwards. The napkin now has a tree shape with a flat base.

7. Lay out the napkins

Repeat with as many napkins as you need for the table.

Place a Christmas tree napkin on each plate around the table. If you want to add extra decor, now’s the time to do it. You could cut out colored stars for the top of the tree, add a small ribbon bow, and you might like to use a cinnamon stick as a tree trunk. You could also tuck a place card into the tree.

How to cheat a Christmas tree napkin

No time to fold Christmas tree napkins the right way, but still want to know how to set the perfect Christmas table? You can cheat the Christmas tree napkin shape by simply folding three – or more, but odd numbers look best – in half to create triangular shapes, then simply stack them, starting from the bottom up to create the shape of a Christmas tree, as shown below. Decorate with a star, baubles and even tiny strings of tinsel for a fun effect.

What kind of napkin is best for a Christmas tree napkin?

Christmas tree napkins are best achieved with a napkin that has the same color on both its sides. Paper napkins are easier and neater to fold – fabric napkins will need to be ironed or pressed first to ensure they are wrinkle-free, and may need to be pressed as you fold to ensure they sit neatly.

How to fold a napkin

Make a lasting impression on your guests this Thanksgiving by doing this creative yet simple napkin folding tutorial! Sure you can have simpler and more classic folded napkins but why settle for that when you can be extra? This is one of my favorite folded napkin styles as it matches the occasion and the main dish of the party. What I love about this is that it looks cute on my dinner table, it’s easy and can look very interesting in photos. You won’t even have to worry about messing up because this tutorial is too easy that you can do it perfectly on the first try. All thanks to Howcast on YouTube for this great idea.


  • 1 pc Plain napkin
  • 1 pc Colorful napkin
  • 1 pc Tin foil


Step 1:

Place your plain napkin on a flat surface then fold it in half downward before folding it over in half, this will create a smaller square. Insert a piece of aluminum foil underneath one fold to support and keep hold of the turkey’s shape.

How to fold a napkin

Image Credit: YouTube Howcast

Step 2:

Fold the napkin in half diagonally, open it to see the crease in the middle then fold each side in a triangular way making the left and right sides meet the center point. Fold one more time for a skinny long neck of the turkey.

Step 3:

Fold the tip down halfway, fold the beak and pinch the neck to emphasize the shape of the beak. Lift it and pop the wings outward then pull back the neck.

Step 4:

For the colorful feathers, take your colorful and festive napkin (for a more crisp line, spray with starch and iron beforehand) and start folding it from the end in a back and forth motion like an accordion. Take the center and fold up both sides, place it at the back of the turkey then pin the back of the feather to the back of the neck to secure it in place.

How to fold a napkin

Image Credit: YouTube Howcast

*Image credits to Howcast on YouTube. They feature other great tutorials too so be sure to check them out.

Step up your place settings this holiday season with these clever and festive Thanksgiving napkin folding ideas.

How to fold a napkin

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia

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Pumpkin Napkin Fold

How to fold a napkin

Pumpkin-Shaped Napkin Fold

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo by: Sarah Busby

Start with an orange square napkin on a table or flat surface. Place a napkin ring in the center of the napkin (Image 1), and slightly pull the middle section of the napkin up through the napkin ring (Image 2). Fold each corner of the napkin into the center (Image 3). Continue folding the napkin into the center, tucking the napkin into the napkin ring as you go (Image 4). Finally, insert a stick of cinnamon into the center to hold the napkin in place and serve as the pumpkin’s stem (Image 5).

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

How to fold a napkin

Fold a Napkin Into a Pumpkin

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo By: Sarah Busby

Fold a Napkin Into a Pumpkin

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo By: Sarah Busby

Fold a Napkin Into a Pumpkin

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo By: Sarah Busby

Fold a Napkin Into a Pumpkin

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo By: Sarah Busby

Pumpkin-Shaped Napkin Fold

Wow your guests with this cute pumpkin-shaped napkin.

Photo By: Sarah Busby

Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Fold

How to fold a napkin

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia

Start with a square napkin on a table or flat surface. F old the bottom edge of the napkin up two-thirds of the way (Image 1). Then, fold the bottom edge up about one-third of the way (Image 2). Starting at one side, make small vertical folds all the way to the opposite edge like a paper fan (Image 3). Secure the bottom with a napkin ring, and then fan out the top (Image 4). Next, cut the bottom off of a small gourd so it can sit flat (Image 5). Stand the napkin up using the ring, and place the gourd in front of it to form the turkey’s head and body.

Make your table settings stand out with some impressive napkin art.

How to fold a napkin

Napkins are a must for any formal dinner table occasion, ideal for mopping up spills or wiping away food from your mouth or just for presenting prettily as part of a table setting at dinner parties, offering a lovely finishing touch. But you're not alone if you've ever wondered exactly how to fold napkins in a fancy way.

There are lots of different napkin folding techniques and folding ideas you can choose from to suit your meal, whether you're planning a formal dinner party, celebratory birthday meal or date night.

Read on for napkin folding ideas, tips and tricks, easy paper napkin folding tutorials and step by step instructions on how to fold napkins the easy way, plus some products to make your table look perfect.

How to fold paper napkins

1. Pocket napkin folding for cutlery

This is a very easy napkin folding pocket technique, and works great with thicker linen napkins and cloth napkins, that are trickier to work with on some other folds.

It also means you can tuck the cutlery away in the pocket, keeping your table looking neat and tidy.

As with all of these folds, make sure you're using a flat surface – it will make it a lot easier!

Watch the below video to see how to make a basic pocket fold napkin:

2. Floral napkin folding idea

This rosebud fancy napkin folding technique is a popular choice for more formal occasions, such as for wedding napkins.

It's a bit fiddlier to do, but the finished napkin flower is really effective. Watch the video below to see how to make a napkin rose.

3. How to fold a napkin into a fan

This is a very satisfying simple paper fan napkin fold to do, when you turn the napkin out and the fan pops up! It's a good fold for more fragile paper napkins.

If using thicker material such as cloth, a top tip is to use your iron to get those crisp pleats.

4. Star napkin fold

Once you become confident with a fan fold, a good one to try next is a star napkin fold.

You just need one square napkin to make this impressive fold.

5. Napkin flower

This is a great fold for Christmas, particularly if using a vibrant red napkin as the finished napkin looks like a Poinsettia flower.

It would also make a great table setting for Easter, using different coloured pastel napkins.

6. Christmas napkin folding – Christmas tree napkin fold

Wondering how to fold a napkin for Christmas? We love this tree idea.

It looks great with a little ribbon on top too – you could even purchase a tiny string of battery powered fairy lights to decorate each napkin tree!

7. How to fold a napkin into a swan

Napkin swans are a classic napkin animals fold, using traditional Origami techniques.

Although this napkin bird fold may look tricky, once you know the technique they're very simple to make, and look brilliant swimming across your table setting.

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8. Crown napkin fold

Treat your guests like royalty with a crown napkin on their plate.

This fancy crown napkin fold is sometimes referred to as the Bishop hat napkin fold too and it also doubles up as a brilliant 'basket' for little table favours or name cards.

9. Heart napkin fold

A perfect fold for Valentine's day, there are actually three ways to create a heart napkin fold – as the below video shows.

10. Napkin folding in a glass

There are lots of ways to display your folded napkins in your glassware. We like the below technique, it's really simple to do and is another good option if you're using thick linen napkins.

11. Pyramid napkin folding idea

Super simple to do, this easy pyramid napkin is an effortless addition to your dining table.

It's similar to a basic arrow napkin fold, but we think it gives a more finished look.

12. Elf hat napkin folding instructions

Another fabulously festive option to dress up your Christmas table. We love the addition of the pom pom on top!

Watch the video below to see how to fold a napkin into a hat, fit for Santa's little helper:

13. Butterfly table napkin folding

Choose a floral patterned napkin for this butterfly fold, for a lovely table setting perfect for spring and summer.

14. How to fold a sailboat napkin

This is a really sweet idea for a themed party, child's party or perhaps a 'Bon Voyage' going away party!

15. How to fold napkins with rings

Surprisingly, not too many people know how to fold a napkin with a ring but this YouTube video will show you five different ways, including how to fold a napkin into a bow.

Related: Decorating your table for a festive Christmas dinner? Take a look at these Christmas napkin rings to complete your festive table.

16. How to fold a turkey napkin

A popular idea if you celebrate Thanksgiving, why not give this turkey napkin fold a go at Christmas in ode to the popular meat choice on December 25th?

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How to fold a napkin

Beautifly folded paper napkins make the party table so impressive and fun with almost no time. Paper or plastic plates so an easy, inexpensive, and convenient way to serve food at a party, and folded napkins the perfect finishing touch to them. I am going to share a few easy ideas to fold paper napkins into interesting shapes. It is the best napkins folds I tried to decorate the party table. Some techniques better practice a few times in advance and you avoid stress.

All folds for a square napkin. All examples are shown on 13′ x 13′ (33 cm x 33 cm) size paper napkins. Here are a few ideas on how to fold a square napkin fancy to decorate the table for holidays or other special occasions.

On page 7 techniques:

1. Flower paper napkin folding. (video)

2. Peacock tail paper napkin folding.

3. Pocket paper napkin folding.

4. Fan paper napkin folding.

5. Ruffles on the middle paper napkin folding. (video)

6. Space-saving fun paper napkin fold.

7. 2 Kimono paper napkin folds and more ⇐ Click on the link go to page

On the bottom of the page, I share wedding napkin foldings. I like the idea and asked the owner of the photos shared on my website. The ideas for fabric napkins and so clever! It is my favorite easy napkin folding styles for a wedding.

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Hey, welcome to the home of napkin folding, where folding is made easy. You will find lots of great ideas and tips as well as detailed folding instructions for each design. For some designs you will need a napkin ring. You may also need an iron. Amaze your dining guests with these splendid folds.

Our first folds are The Pyramid, The Arrow, and The Bird Of Paradise. Click an image for detailed instructions:

Three more fantastic designs, The Diamond, The Cone, and The French folds. Click an image for detailed folding instructions:

Now some folds that really stand up! The Bishop’s Hat, The Rosebud, and The Sail. Click an image:

Our next three delicious designs are The Slide, The Crown, and The Standing Fan.

More of our favorite folds are The Rose, The Necktie, and The Shirt:

The Candle, The Basic Silverware Pouch, and The Fancy Silverware Pouch.

The Diamond Silverware Pouch, The Silverware Napkin Roll, and The Candle Fan Goblet.

The Goblet Fan, The Fleur de Lys Goblet, and The Lily Goblet.

The Basic Napkin Ring Stuffer, Napkin Ring Fan Fold, and Twin Candle Ring Roll.

Welcome to Napkin Folding Guide. Here’s the luxurious Bird Of Paradise Napkin Fold. A stiff napkin works best for this one and an iron can make the work much easier to do. This fold may take a few minutes or so but creates an amazing display to delight your guests.

The Bird Of Paradise Napkin Fold

How to fold a napkin

This is a classic and classy napkin folding technique that requires a stiff napkin. If you don’t have any dinner napkins made of stiff linen then a light starching should fix you right up.

How to fold a napkin

1. Lay the napkin face down in front of you.

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2. Fold the napkin in half.

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3. Fold the napkin in quarters.

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4. Fold the napkin in half diagonally, creating a triangle.

How to fold a napkin

5. Orient the triangle so the open tip is facing away from you.

How to fold a napkin

6. Fold the right corner diagonally towards you – laying it down along the centerline of the triangle, making a new tip pointing towards you. An iron can make this important fold a whole lot easier.

How to fold a napkin

7. Do the same with the left corner, fold it diagonally toward you and press it down next to the previous fold. Now you have a diamond, you’re rich! Yay!.

How to fold a napkin

8. Fold the two "wings" that you just made in folds 6 and 7 under so that you have your original triangle shape back. Once again an iron can make a world of difference.

How to fold a napkin

9. Fold the triangle in half by bringing the center seam towards you and allowing the ends to fall.

How to fold a napkin

10. This bird’s almost ready to fly, but first you must give it some feathers. While holding the base firmly to keep your folds together, pull up the four ‘flaps’ created by the napkin’s corners.

How to fold a napkin

Pretty cool fold, isn’t it? It makes you wonder if there are people sitting around in basements performing experimental napkin folds while the rest of us are sleeping. This fold can be difficult if you don’t use an iron or have a fairly stiff napkin so be prepared to put a few minutes into making each one.

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