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Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth

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Set your table in style with this embroidery tablecloth! Whether you are entertaining family or friends, this Cotton Tablecloth will complement your home. From dinnerware, to glassware, to table linens and much more, this Cotton Tablecloth will fulfi...
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  • This easy-care Cotton Tablecloth make every meal prettier, as well as worry-free
  • Your cutlery and plates will look fantastic on this natural material Cotton tablecloth
  • This dinner tablecloth features grape pattern design
  • Your cutlery and plates will look fantastic on this natural material Cotton tablecloth 
  • Dress up dinner, or any meal, with this appealing Square Tablecloth
  • Whether you are entertaining family or friends, it will complement your home
  • The Embroidery Tablecloth resist stains and high temperature and are reversible to last for more meals
  • Material: 60% Cotton & 40% Polyester
  • Size: 145 x 250cm/57.0 x 98.4in(L x W)

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Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth


  • Grape pattern makes it an ideal choice for entertaining

Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth 


  • Brighten your table with this dinner tablecloth,
  • High quality material gives you a sense of texture and elegance

Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth

Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth


The Right Way to Iron a Tablecloth


Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth


  • When ironing a tablecloth, you often stretch or crease the fabric. However, once you know the right way to iron a tablecloth, you can avoid making these mistakes. Before beginning, MarthaStewart.com suggests that before ironing, you make sure your tablecloth is evenly damp by washing it and then laying it on a rack for a short period of time. You can also either wash the tablecloth with starch or use spray starch afterward for a crisp look.
  • Instructions
  • Plug in the iron and fill it with water.
  • Spread a bump cloth, which "Washingtonian Magazine" defines as "a flannel with a waffle surface that is as thick as a light blanket," on a table or other large surface and then place a cotton sheet and terrycloth towel on top of that.
  • Place another cotton sheet on the floor around the bottom of the table so that the tablecloth does not touch the ground, and then spread the tablecloth on top of the terrycloth towel.
  • Iron the entire tablecloth, using a back and forth motion and going with the weave of the textile. To do this, look at the direction that the threads go and follow them with your iron instead of moving haphazardly. If you iron with circular movements, you risk stretching the tablecloth.
  • Once you have finished ironing, unplug the iron and put away all the cotton sheets, towels and bump cloths. Lay the tablecloth on the table, gently smoothing it so it lays flat on the surface of the table.

How to Care for Old White Cotton Tablecloths


Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth


  • Whether you're a collector of antique linens or holding on to a family heirloom, old white cotton tablecloths require a certain kind of care that's a little different from care of newer linens. Older fabrics are much more delicate and can't withstand as much wear and tear, so special care is required. With a firm grasp on how to properly care for an old white tablecloth, it can be successfully passed down for generations.
  • Instructions
  • Inspect the tablecloth carefully if you are considering washing it. Look for areas that are worn and frayed edges. If the tablecloth displays any of these characteristics, it may be best to hang it outside to sun bleach for several hours rather than to try to wash it.
  • Hand wash the tablecloth by submerging it in a sink or tub full of warm soapy water. Use the gentlest soap possible, such as soap flakes, and follow the manufacturer's instructions as to how much to add to the water. Allow the tablecloth to soak and avoid agitating it. Press gently on the fabric with a clean cloth or sponge to help push the soapy water through the fabric.
  • Use a clean towel to gently scoop the tablecloth out of the water. The extra weight from the moisture could potentially cause stretching and damage the tablecloth, so using a towel as a sling can help to protect it. Place the tablecloth into the sink or shower to be rinsed under lukewarm running water.
  • Use the towel to scoop the tablecloth up to remove it from the water.
  • Roll the tablecloth into a clean dry towel and press firmly. Do not wring out or squeeze it as this could damage the fibers.
  • Lay the garment outside in the sunlight to dry. Placing it on the grass can help to protect it from dirt.
  • Removing Stains
  • Set the tablecloth outside in the sun to bleach it naturally. This method works for removing stains and discoloration without using harsh chemicals. Allow the tablecloth to sunbathe for two to three hours before checking its progress to determine if it should stay outside longer.
  • Make a paste of lemon juice and table salt and apply it to a rust stain with a soft, clean white cloth. Gently work the paste into the fibers and set it outside in the sunshine for two to three hours. Repeat if necessary.
  • Mix water with white vinegar in equal parts into a spray bottle and gently spray mildew stains. Set the tablecloth outside to dry and repeat if necessary.
  • Storing
  • Store the tablecloth in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture. Keep the storage area clean to help prevent mildew and moths.
  • Avoid removing original tags if they are still attached. These add value to the tablecloth if you ever decide to sell it.
  • Mist the area and keep it damp while ironing on a low setting to remove creases and wrinkles.

The Best Fabric for Tablecloths


Grape Pattern Pastoralism Dinner Tablecloth


  • Tablecloths are made from cotton, polyester, vinyl or specialty materials like silk.Though tablecloths are primarily a functional means of protecting tables from damage, they are also an opportunity to add color and style to a kitchen or outdoor living area. Tablecloths are manufactured in a variety of materials including cotton, polyester, linen and vinyl; specialty tablecloths for weddings and events may be made out of silk or organza. The purpose of the tablecloth determines which material will best suit your needs, but each material offers benefits and drawbacks in terms of functionality or style.
  • Cotton
  • For every day use in an eat-in kitchen or informal dining room, cotton tablecloths are an excellent option. Cotton is easy to produce and process, which keeps the price low on most cotton options. Most cotton tablecloths are machine washable, though some tablecloths with multicolored patterns may show some color bleeding after washing. Cotton tablecloths can also be spot cleaned with a damp rag or sponge. In terms of durability, few fabrics compare to long-lasting cotton. Cotton tablecloths are available in a wide range of colors, patterns and sizes which also contribute to their popularity. Though cotton tablecloths can be used outdoors, they can mold or deteriorate after long periods of exposure to extreme weather or moisture.
  • Polyester
  • For semi-formal indoor dining or outdoor parties, polyester table cloths offer similar benefits of cotton as well as some additional perks. Polyester is a synthesized material that is used to make fabric and can be combined with other fabrics like cotton to create a polyester blend. Like cotton, polyester is durable, machine-washable, relatively inexpensive and available in many colors and patterns. Unlike cotton, polyester will not shrink if it is placed on a long cycle in a dryer. Polyester has a slightly silkier and shinier appearance than cotton which makes it better suited for more formal affairs like weddings or birthday parties. Some people have sensitivities to polyester because it is made from chemicals.
  • Vinyl
  • For informal outdoor dining or picnics, vinyl tablecloths offer weather resistance and easy clean up. Vinyl resists damage from stains, light, water or air exposure. Vinyl tablecloths are commonly associated with informal and outdoor dining, so they may not be ideal for formal weddings or events. Vinyl tablecloths are available in several colors and patterns to match any color scheme or theme. Vinyl is also one of the cheapest fabric options for tablecloths.
  • Specialty Fabrics
  • For formal events like weddings, tablecloths are available in numerous specialty fabrics like silk or organza. Silk and organza are more expensive tablecloth options, but they offer a more luxurious appearance and a number of formal style options including embroidery. Specialty fabrics require more delicate washing and care but most specialty tablecloths are only used on occasion. Consider renting specialty linens to avoid the cost of purchasing them in large quantities.

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