Mitered-Corner Table Napkins with Marcia Adams-Landry

  • Tuesday, March 21, 2023
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • BARN Fiber Studio, Class Code: FI032123MAL
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  • $72 Tuition & $10 Materials Fee
  • $55 Tuition & $10 Materials Fee

    Registration closes March 19th

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mitered corner napkins

Learn techniques for precise edges and sharp, mitered corners – the secrets to beautiful table napkins.

About this Class

Learn to square up your edges and master an easy mitering technique that you’ll use over and over again. 

Once your edges and corners are perfect, hem your napkins with a simple straight stitch or experiment with one of the decorative stitches on our BARN sewing machines. For an extra-special optional touch, use our embroidery machine to add a monogram or a small motif. Pick tone-on-tone for a sophisticated look or a colorful design to brighten your table.

Cotton is always a great fabric choice for napkins. Choose a poly-cotton blend for easy washing. Or how about trying linen or a linen blend? For the ultimate in eco-responsibility, consider repurposing old shirts or sheets, or whatever you might find in your give-away bin. 

This is part of our spring table linens series. Join us and dress your table with your beautiful handmade napkins, place mats, and table runner. See the calendar for these classes.


  • Skill Level: All Levels/Beginning

  • A $10 materials fee is included in the price of the class.


Table napkins with precise edges and sharp, mitered corners.


  • Per napkin: A 20” x 20” square (at least) of the fabric of your choice (we’ll trim the square - you can make the napkins as big as you like)

  • Thread that matches, contrasts with, or coordinates with your fabric

  • BARN will provide the embroidery thread and stabilizer.


You must have completed Learn How to Use the Fiber Studio Sewing Machines.

Class Policies


Marcia Adams-Landry is a BARN founding member and a life-long sewist. She learned to sew along with lots of her friends from her mom, a 4-H leader who taught cooking and sewing. Marcia and her sister entered stitching and cooking projects in the county fair for several years.

Marcia’s biggest experience with fabrics was designing a fabric line and developing production techniques to produce cosmetic bags, tableware, and other products. In her current profession as a custom picture framer, Marcia’s love of fiber continues, and she always jumps at the chance to use fiber or frame works of fiber. 

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