Past Project The Longest Table | Reusable Cloth Napkins

After attending their March 2017 event, our lead project manager Rachel DB was compelled to offer our services to make and donate 90+ reusable cloth napkins to The Longest Table Dayton. The donation landed just in time for their April Earth Day meal and conversation hosted at the Lincoln Hills Garden.

” I was delighted by how well received the napkins were. To me, it is a simple item, a utility I’ve made dozens upon dozens of times and use everyday at home. I realized through seeing the reaction on individual’s faces that this may have been the first time some had the opportunity to connect a sewn item directly with the person who made it. ”

– Rachel Dominguez-Benner, DSC Lead Project Manager


We set to work sorting through cotton donations we’d received since opening and selecting prints that would wear well with use.

After cutting the fabric into sizeable squares our volunteers set about serging the edges with Bulky Nylon and the rolled-hem setting on our consumer grade sergers. We used The branding colors of the Longest Table robin’s egg blue and sunshine yellow, to create fun and lighthearted reusable napkins!

Another project that encourages community, personal connection, and pride in our neighborhoods and city. We were honored to contribute to the work of The Longest Table.

If you’d like to attend a Longest Table event, they are held monthly with a focal event in the autumn. Find all about the happenings and the story / mission behind the meals at, and if you see Rachel DB there, say hello!


{That’s Rachel DB on the right.}



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