Do you know where the knife goes when you set a table? The fork? The dessertspoon? The champagne glass? Water glass? The plate for bread?
All that has just become a lot easier with this nifty cheat sheet placemat. It has all the relevant placements and positions laid out as well as some basic rules of engagement! And at 60×65 cm (25” x 23”) it’s the perfect size for a proper table setting as well! And it’s cotton and machine washable!
FROM WIKIPEDIA: Informal settings generally have fewer utensils and dishes but use a stereotyped layout based on more formal settings. Utensils are arranged in the order and the way a person will use them. Usually in Western culture, that means that the forks, bread plate, spreader, and napkin are to the left, while knives, spoons, drinkware, cups, and saucers are to the right, although the left-right order is reversed in a minority of countries. Formally, in Greece, Armenia and Turkey, the fork is placed on the right of the table. Sauceboats, where used, are either placed on the table, or in a more formal setting may be kept on a side table.