Where Can I Buy Linen Napkins In South Africa

What is a Linen Napkin?

Linen napkins can enhance the dining experience. If you’re looking for a fabric that will give your napkins a luxurious feel, linen is the way to go.

Linen is made from flax plants, and it’s prized for its strength and durability. And they are also absorbent, so they’ll soak up spills quickly.

Where Can I Buy Linen Napkins In South Africa?

Continental Linen Park Meadows

Address: Cnr Cumberland & Allum Rd Shop 63, Park Meadows Centre, Kensington, Johannesburg, 2101, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 pm

Phone: +27 11 616 2110

The Linen Corporation

Address: Unit 40, 12 Upper Camp Road, M5 Freeway Park, Ndabeni, Cape Town, South Africa

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5 pm ⋅ Opens 8 am Thu

Phone: +27 21 447 1737

Continental Linen Clearance Store

Address: Clearance Center, Cnr Arkwright Ave &, Pretoria Main Rd, Wynberg, Sandton, 2090, South Africa

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 4:30 pm ⋅ Opens 8:30 am Thu

Phone: +27 10 595 4825

Continental Linen Lynnridge

Address: 1 Jacobson Dr Shop 37, Lynnridge Mall, Lynnwood Ridge, Pretoria, 0081, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 6 pm

Phone: +27 87 148 6317

Which fabric is best for napkins?

That being said, Chang does have her recommendation: “In our experience, 100% cotton or linen is the best fabric for napkins,” she says. “They are durable and can be easily cleaned. They are also best for creating intricate napkin folds as the material is softer than polyester.”

What is the standard size of linen napkins?

Standard size cloth napkins in bulk, vary in size; however, most include the following sizes: 16 x 16 inches, 18 x 18 inches, 20 x 20 inches. Larger napkins can include 20 x 20 inches and 21 x 21 inches, and can be often found in more formal occasions, including weddings and higher-end restaurants.

What material is used for linen napkins?

You will need:

  • 1.5m fabric – natural fibers work best; I like linen or cotton.
  • Contrasting thread – you’ll need more than you think as some of the decorative stitches are real thread guzzlers!
  • Your sewing machine and usual sewing tools and supplies.

4 Mar 2020