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Microsoft power point 2007 presentation Bulacan polytechnic college

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Wynsiphine D. Doldol HRS I-K

Types of napkin foldings and skirting. :

T ypes of napkin foldings and skirting.

Types of napkin foldings:

Pyramid Candle Fan Cardinal’s hat Banana Double candle Bishops hat Artichokes Water lily arrow Birds of paradise Big fan Types of napkin foldings

Pyramid:

A nice way to add an elegant touch to any dinner party is to fold the napkins into a three-dimensional design. The napkin pyramid is a basic design that you've probably seen many times and is easy to learn. Impress your guests with a touch of napkin origami by following these steps! Fold the napkin in half diagonally . Fold corners A and B to corner C to form a napkin diamond Turn the napkin over so it looks like a square standing on one of its corners (left to right) . Fold the napkin in half again by folding the top corner down to the bottom corner . Place the fingers of one hand underneath the napkin as shown and raise it upwards, creating a pyramid . Pyramid

Candle:

Fold the napkin in half diagonally Orient the napkin so the open ends point away from you. Fold the long side up just about an inch. Press this fold down well or it will interfere with the next step. Starting at either end, tightly roll the napkin into a cylinder. Take care to roll it straight so it will stand solidly. Tuck the end of the roll into the base on the backside and stand it up. Put those matches down, it's not a real candle. Candle

Fan:

Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. Fold the napkin like an accordion starting at either narrow end. Leave one end with 2-3 inches of unfolded napkin to support the standing fan Fold the napkin in half with the accordion folds on the outside. Grasp the unfolded corners where they meet on the open end and fold them in diagonally, tucking them under the a . Open it and stand it up. A beautiful fan for a beautiful dinner. accordion folds . Fan

Cardinal's hat:

Fold napkin in half diagonally. Fold corners to meet at the top. Turn napkin over with points to the top. Fold lower 2/3 way up. Fold bottom point back onto itself. Bring corners together tucking one into the other. Open base of fold and stand upright. Cardinal's hat

Banana:

Start at the square of the previous napkin - I told you to remind. Now fold the upper edges to the basic edge. Now fold the offer edge to the middle. And again the upper border. This border bend now over the lower middle. Only turn back and put together on backside. Variation: pull the edges down to table or put the edges into the bulge. It is more easy if the napkin is about 15 inches or bigger. Banana

Double Candle:

Fold the napkin in half diagonally. Roll the napkin from the long side to the point as tightly as you can. A tighter roll will create a stiffer candle in the end product. Fold the candle roll in half . Stick it in your napkin ring and stand it up on the table. Now sit back and laugh as everyone knocks them over! Double Candle

Bishope's hat:

Bishope's hat Fold the dinner napkin in half so that the open end is towards you. Fold the far-right corner diagonally towards you, resting the point in the center of the side closest to you. Fold the near-left corner diagonally away from you, resting it so that it lays right next to the previous fold. Flip the napkin over and orient it so it points to the far-left and to the near-right Fold the bottom half of the napkin up and away from you, laying it so the far edges run on top of one other. Reach underneath of the napkin and pull out the flap on the right, making the near-side come to two points as seen in the picture. Gently roll the left half of the left triangle over and tuck it's end underneath the right triangle. Flip the napkin over, points pointing away from you. 10. Fold the right-triangle to the left, tucking it's end into the other triangle.

Artichokes:

Fold the four corner into the center Once again fold the four folded corner at the center Now carefully turn the napkin over keeping everything folded And once again fold the four corners at the center of the napkin Keep reaching underneath and pulling the corners out and upward while pressing down at the center . Artichokes

Water lily:

Open the napkin completely and fold all edges to the center. Again, fold all edges to the center, then turn the napkin backwards. And again, all edges to the center. The napkin becomes thicker and thicker, a third hand would be helpful. Now pull all loose corners upwards, first the edges... and then the corners under the sides. The napkin becomes round automatically Water lily

Arrow:

lay the napkin face down in front of you. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you. Fold the far-right corner over to the center of the side that is closest to you. The edge of this fold should run down the center of the napkin. Repeat the last step with the other side, folding the far-left corner in to rest along side the previous fold. Fold the right-flap out diagonally so that it's outer edge runs even with the far edge of the napkin. Repeat the previous step on the other side, folding the left-flap out diagonally to meet the far edge of the napkin. Slide the left and the right sides together, allowing the napkin to bend at the farthest point. This will cause the flat, center part to bow. Arrow

Birds of paradise:

Orient the triangle so the open tip is facing away from you. Fold the right corner diagonally towards you - laying it down along the centerline of the triangle, making a new tip pointing towards you. An iron can make this important fold a whole lot easier Do the same with the left corner, fold it diagonally toward you and press it down next to the previous fold. Now you have a diamond, you're rich! Fold the two "wings" that you just made in folds 6 and 7 under so that you have your original triangle shape back. Once again an iron can make a world of difference. Fold the triangle in half by bringing the center seam towards you and allowing the ends to fall. his bird's almost ready to fly, but first you must give it some feathers. While holding the base firmly to keep your folds together, pull up the four 'flaps' created by the napkin's corners Birds of paradise

Big fan:

Carefully make accordion pleats from the very bottom of the serviette to the very top. You will have before you a long thin rectangular strip of pleated material. Starting at one end of the strip, carefully roll it up until you reach the 2/3 mark of the strip. Lay the spiral shape down so that it sits upright and gently fan out the last section that isn’t rolled  up . Holding the rolled up spiral section firmly, reach into the centre of the spiral and pull it the beginning edge and form it into a small peak in the center. Arrange the serviette on a plate for  dramatic effect. Big fan

Skirting.:

Skirting.

Types of skirting.:

Single pleats Diamond Butterfly Scallops Types of skirting.

Single pleats:

Single pleats

diamond:

diamond

butterfly:

butterfly

scallops:

scallops

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