The Gainesville Dinner Napkin
The Gainesville Dinner Napkin.
These cotton flour sack napkins are dedicated to the great cities of the South. They give certain guests a gentle reminder to behave themselves when visiting your hometown.
- Hand printed so that the fold faces the plate
- 20 inches square
- 100 percent cotton
- Machine washable and dryable
- Iron only on non-printed side
- Printed with screen printing ink
Our clean, classic designs are the perfect home decor for a rustic, country farmhouse, an elegant city loft or any home that needs a little more Southern charm. Guaranteed to make hearts smile.
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Chuck Reece, former editor of The Bitter Southerner and voice of the award-winning The Bitter Southerner Podcast, spins some tales so good they'll make you want to say grace with a Southern drawl and eat a tomato sandwich. We also have some of the South's best writers and artists contributing their talents to our publication. Come to Salvation South for stories that make you feel good about being Southern and sometimes think a little bit about how to make the South even better.
Stacy Reece, Chief Product Officer at Salvation South, has had her work featured in Okra Magazine and the Southern Living Blog. She makes our products from the highest quality materials right here in Georgia. Our dinner napkins are made with the same heavy 100% cotton flour sack material as our dishtowels. Our designs are printed with good old fashioned screen printing ink so they will last as long as the cotton they're printed on. We double dog dare you to find a higher quality product.
We stand behind the quality of our products and promise you that if you are unsatisfied, we will move heaven and earth to make you happy.