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The perfect complement to our placemats or any table setting.

Details & Care Tips


  • Perfect complement to placemats or any table setting


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.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love napkin. Can u make a product larger..... While I do love these napkins I wish you would make a new product a few inches larger so women can wear as a head wrap. Cancer patients, women losing their hair, or to just have a fun way to accessorize. November 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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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