Using a rotary cutter and quilters ruler, I cut the fabric into 14 inch squares. Then I ironed a hem and folded that hem over and ironed it again to hide all the raw edges. When I make napkins I like to do double row of stitching. This gives the napkins a really nice tailored look and also stops the folded corners from looking funky. I love using the walking foot on my machine for almost all my sewing, it was totally worth the investment. It's also a good idea to use a heavier needle in the machine to handle the multiple layers of fabric at the corners. I use a 90/14 quilting needle. These napkins are primarily for my daughter to use for school, they'll be well used and loved!
Below is my favorite fabric from this set of napkins!