Are you a family that uses tablecloths and cloth napkins often? We mainly use them around the holiday season here at the Hill House. I think people (meaning me) often don’t use nicer cloths and napkins because we perceive it as work to get them ready for an event and then to get them clean after said event.
Since people tend to use cloth napkins and tablecloths during the holiday season, I’ve written several posts around that. Make sure you bookmark these and return to them in mid-late October. You’ll be so happy you already have the post bookmarked and can find it easily when you’re wondering how to remove that awful stain or how to prepare yourself for the holiday parties you’ll host. Preparing Your Table Linens for Holiday Parties – This post includes ideas and a small planning guide to prevent you from waiting until the last minute to get your holiday linens ready.
– Michael M. Soderquist
But the steps to taking care of tablecloths and napkins don’t have to be difficult. It’s especially helpful if you store them correctly in the first place. I’ve written extensively on the proper care of tablecloths and cloth napkins. Hopefully, one of these posts will answer all of your fine linen questions. If not, ask away in the comments below.
Preparing Your Table Linens for Holiday Parties – This post includes ideas and a small planning guide to prevent you from waiting until the last minute to get your holiday linens ready. Unlike food, table linens are something you can prepare far in advance and then cross off of your to-do list, leaving room for more important last minute items.