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Geometric Napkin Rings

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Simple lacy napkin rings to tie with ribbon!  Use fun colors to make them for different occasions!

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These lacy, geometric shapes have “buttonholes” embroidered into them so that you can tie ribbon around a napkin with these rings.  Sew them on water-soluble stabilizer, and then wash it away, leaving a lacy shape.  These can be embroidered in one or two colors and will add a festive look to any table!

The designs are available in the following formats:  PCS, PES, HUS, SEW.   For details on the different formats, see below.  Additional formats may become available by contacting us directly. (Contact us) 

Designs included:

  • Circle (50 mm X 50 mm)

  • Square (48 mm X 48 mm)

  • Diamond (51 mm X 69 mm)

  • Octagon (47 mm X 58 mm)

  • Oval (50 mm X 58 mm)

  • Rectangle (46 mm X 58 mm)

  • Triangle (65 mm X 45 mm)

 

To add Geometric Napkin Rings to your shopping cart for $12* , click on the appropriate format below: 

 

PCS        PES        HUS        SEW

 

*BMT Micro processes credit cards for SoftSew.  After paying for your designs, you will receive information to download your designs immediately.  (Unless, of course, you ordered something that needs to be mailed to you, like a CD!)  If you have any problems, please contact us.

 

These designs were created using Generations and converted into other formats.   They are currently available in the following formats:  PCS, PES,  SEW and HUS.  Other formats are available on request (Contact us).  

 

 

 


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