Red & White Checkered Banquet Roll
Good product, good price
I love the selection of different colors & patterned table cloths. Buying these on the roll (rather than individual covers) is alot more economical! We've used these for table covers and displays in our library, but we've recently started using them for bulletin boards. They don't fade like traditional bulletin board paper, so they don't have to be changed as frequently. Yea!
August 20, 2009
Not What I Was Expecting
I ordered these to use for a Hoedown themed event. I was really disappointed (one of only a few times with OT products) when I got this. The covering itself is VERY thin and the color is not nearly what it shows in the picture. Plus, it is folded in half lengthwise then rolled, leaving a crease on the table covering. I ended up going someplace else to purchase the table coverings.
October 20, 2011
worked for what i needed
This was a good product. However there was one thing that I didn't like. The table cloth comes on a roll folded in half. So to put it on the table you have to unroll it, cut it, unfold it then rearange it. I understand that it helps have less packaging, which is great. Just didn't plan for the extra time needed for the extra steps. When doing alot of tables it adds a lot of extra time.
April 15, 2011
I have used this particular table cover on several occasions during Outreach Ministry events. If your going after a country , ole'fashioned picnic or even a "Home on the Western range" type thing, this style cover creates the mood!
March 19, 2010
we bought a roll of the patriotic table cover a few years ago for our 4th of july picnic. We used it to cover 3-4 tables for 2 summer picnics then our nephew had plenty to cover the approximate dozen tables at his Eagle Scout ceremony dinner. So it definately is alot more economical then individual covers. so we know this red checked will sreve us well.
June 8, 2009
We used this product for a company picnic. The ink came off on people elbows as they sat to eat. So we had a bunch of people walking around with red elbows and it even got on their clothes. Will not use this product again for tables where people sit down to eat. It may be find for serving tables.
May 18, 2009