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How To Fold A Heart Napkin

How To Fold A Heart Napkin

How to Fold a Heart Napkin - Love having dinner parties or just want to impress your significant other or guests with a lovely napkin decoration? Learn how to fold a napkin into a heart with the help of Luigi the author of Luigi's Language of Napkin Folding. In a simple 3 minute tutorial you will be able to add a fun and romantic touch to any dinner.

Hi. My name is Luigi and I am the maestro on the art of napkin folding. What we are doing today is a demonstration on the napkin which comes from my book, "Luigi's Language of Napkin Folding".

Now then, we take a napkin. Now because this napkin is very large to do a heart so we had to actually make the napkin smaller. Now I will show you how to make a smaller napkin from a large napkin.

So you take the section here and you just fold it into the center and then you take the other section here and you go into the center. Now you actually have a smaller napkin, now we can start the heart. You take this first section and you just go there and leave a gap of about two fingers which is about 2 inches and that part here.

And then now we fold it in half. We have got a center piece in here and just fold the side over and the other one again over. So this has to be parallel to one another then we turn it over.

What we do now we have to create a section in here for the heart. You take a section in here, now this is surplus to the requirement, tuck this inside. We do exactly the same on the other side, and tuck the inside.

Then we go to the other section in here, and we actually fold it this way and tuck it underneath. The reason for doing this tucking is so that when you actually fold it over it's not going to fall apart. Obviously you can do this in advance because if these are kept one on top of the other, if you do this in advance for a big party then they will actually stand better.

Then you actually fold it, turn it over. Then you've got the heart. Now, go little present here just to show you a little flower in there.