Why not…use white cotton napkins
White cotton table napkins are a great way to add a touch of class to any dinner gathering. They’re relatively inexpensive and easy to maintain.
Mine are Mainstays from Walmart. About 17 inches by 17 inches (sizes can vary-don’t get them too small) and 65% cotton and 35% polyester. Or you can get them from Bed Bath and Beyond in sets of 12 for about $10. I strongly suggest staying with classic white (easy to keep clean).
A quick three fold after washing (you can even do a fancy fold if you want-but I usually stay pretty simple because I’m generally in a hurry) and under the fork they go. The napkin can go to the left of the fork, in the center of the plate, or (as I prefer) under the fork.
It doesn’t matter if you’re having pasta, hamburgers, steak, or tuna casserole for family or friends, including a cloth napkin simply adds that little extra something to the meal that shows you care.
When finished, put a little spray and wash on the rough spots and throw them in the washer with a bit of bleach. That’s it. They fold easily and you are ready to go for the next meal. It beats a paper napkin or paper towel every time. Try it.