The Arrow Head

Fold the napkin in half lengthwise to the right, and turn down top edge A A by dotted line X X to centre line CC; repeat the same with bottom edge B B by dotted line O O to centre line C C, as shown in fig. 1; it will then appear like fig. 2. Next proceed to fold in half towards you by turning down top edge D D by centre line C C to bottom edge E E, which makes it resemble fig. 3. In this figure lift up the edge F F at bottom, and bring the right-hand top corner C, tucking it under edge held up by left hand until it somes level with centre line X X; repeat the same with left-hand top corner C, bring it underneath bottom edge F F, which must now be held up by right hand until the corner C comes level with centre line X X, and level with the right-hand corner previously tucked underneath; it will then form fig.4. Now fix it upon the bottom edge A A, open out the sides right and left at B and C equal distances all round. It is then finished as seen in fig. 5. Dinner rolls can be placed in any of the recesses.

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Fig. 1.

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Fig. 2.

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Fig. 3.

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Fig. 4.

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Fig. 5.

The Menu Holder

Fold the napkin into three parts lenghtwise, as seen in fig. i, then take the right-hand end A A and fold in to the centre marked X X; repeat the same with left hand B B to the centre line X X, depicted in first fig.; it then forms fig. 2. In this diagram turn down the right-hand top corner C to centre X X, repeat the same by turning up the left-hand bottom corner D by dotted line; turn the whole over, keeping the points right and left of you, as seen in fig. 3. In this diagram turn down top edge A A to bottom edge B B, at the same time giving the left-hand corner a lift upwards, so as to allow the underneath point to appear; it will then resemble fig. 4. Proceed now by turning the right-hand corner A by dotted line X X, lifting with the left hand the uppermost point marked E, and put the right-hand-corner under it; turn the napkin over to the left, and repeat the same with another corner B, which appears to the right hand by dotted line X X; tuck this between the edges at C, crease the whole well, then open bottom edges and fix up, pressing the centre part down, where the dinner roll or a piece of bread may be put or underneath or the menus can set in on top, and you nave this pattern finished as seen in fig. 6

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Fig. 1.

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Fig. 2.

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Fig. 3.

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Fig. 4.

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Fig. 5.

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Fig. 6.