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Napkin
in Heather (#10144144)

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$6.00 $4.20

Carry this color and show your support for breast cancer research. Learn more about the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

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Description

The perfect complement to our placemats or any table setting.

Details & Care Tips

Details

  • Perfect complement to placemats or any table setting

Dimensions

20½" W x 20½" H

Care Tips

Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, wash with mild detergent, use only non-chlorine bleach when needed, line dry.
Napkin 4.9 5 16 18
Great design, not so great fabric I love the Lucky You design. The colors are fresh and bright. The size of the napkin is generous. The colors remain vibrant after laundering. However, the fabric puckers badly and the napkins need to be ironed. Who today irons anything? March 31, 2015
Great for so many things! I used these wonderful napkins for covering the arms on my daughter's wheelchair. They match so nicely with the Baroque Vera we use for a bag on the back of the chair. I also use a placemat for over her foot rest and head rest. And we just got the throw in Baroque, so everything coordinates! She's a Baroque girl on wheels! We get a lot of compliments on her Vera Bradley look. April 7, 2013
Great for DIY Projects! This napkin is not just a napkin! You can use it as fabric to Vera-ize your house! I wanted to buy a throw pillow in Heather print to match my blanket, but it was temporarily sold out. I bought a napkin in Heather, took the stuffing out of a pillow that was on it's way to Goodwill, sewed the napkin to a backing of leftover lime-green linen fabric to make a pillowcase, and stuffed it. Voila! A DIY Vera Bradley pillow! I also bought another napkin, and realized that it was the perfect size to cover the lid of my microfiber storage ottoman! All you need to do is buy a storage ottoman with a lid from the apartment and dorm section of a department store, and stitch or staple the napkin to the underside of the lid, folding the corners under. I have Vera Bradley-ed my house! May 23, 2014
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