Testimonials from Readers
WHAT THE READERS HAVE SAID ABOUT THE BOOK
Luigi’s Language of Napkin Folding by Luigi Spotorno
- Luigi, Luciano thinks your book is wonderful and is honoured to have a napkin dedicated to him. The resemblance is remarkable, well done.
- Terri Robson, Manager, Luciano Pavarotti
- Luigi, your book is a joy, you explain everything so clearly by means of easy to follow diagrams that even I was able to produce eight lovely napkin folds for my Christmas Dinner Table which were much admired by my guests.
- Alison King, Somerset
- My lovely book arrived this morning. Thank you for your dedication. I have tried a couple of the folds, which I found easy to follow from your instructions. I have now asked for some good linen napkins for my birthday so I can do justice to both the elegant and the fun folds! I certainly will not be lending my book to anyone: I will recommend they buy one for themselves! Once again, thank you for such for creating such a fun book.
- Lynda Hazell, Durham
- I received Luigi's book on napkin folding as a Christmas gift. I have had a lot of fun trying out the different folds and my dinner guests have all commented favorably on the various table settings, I have presented at the dinner parties I have held recently. The book is a must for any good hostess.
- Margaret Flemington, Merseyside
- This is Origami at its best but with linen napkins instead of paper and at last with a practical application. My kids love it.
- Anthony Woodward, London
- The book is superb. I love the layout, the keys on the handy flaps, the at a glance index and I love the frog. Now to purchase some real napkins.
- Mandie Edwards, Surbiton
- I have attached a photo of my lovely table with a napkin fold from your book. I think the scallops look lovely. We all loved the Sydney Opera House one. I'll be using that one when my Aussie mates next come to dinner.
- Anne L Edward, Surrey
- Human beings use language to communicate, but have you thought that an object could have its own language too. I didn’t know this till I read Luigi’s book. Yes, a napkin has its own language, although it's just an object. By folding the napkin in a different shape, it communicates with the guests at the table, like magic. I really like your book, we have found it so easy to understand even for us that we know little English.
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- Thank you so much for your condolences to the Pavarotti family. It is still hard to believe that he is gone. I worked with him for almost 20 years and was so very fond of him as a person and admired him as the incredible artist he was. Your book and the napkin fold dedicated to him will honour his memory.
- Terri Robson, Events Promoter ( formerly Manager, Luciano Pavarotti )