{Beginner Crochet} Napkin Ring Pattern

For those of you just beginning to crochet, this is an extremely easy and rewarding pattern.

It took me less than three minutes to make one from beginning to end, but keep in mind I have been doing this for almost two decades of my life.  (LOL)  If you have mastered the chain, turning your work, and single crochet – you are ready to give this pattern a try.

NOTE: For those of you that are not new to crochet – I simplified the pattern by using the full word “single crochet” instead of just “sc”.  Sometimes the abbreviations can seem confusing at first, which is why I did it this way.


NAPKIN RING PATTERN

Materials:
Crochet hook size K (6.50mm)
Cotton Yarn (I used Peaches & Creme in Dark Taupe)
Yarn Needle
Button (optional)
Sewing needle and thread (optional)

Directions:

Chain 18
ROW 1 – Turn. Single crochet into the third chain from hook (counts as first single crochet).  Single crochet in each remaining chain. (16 sc)
ROW 2 – Chain 1. Turn. Working through both top loops, single crochet through each single crochet. (16 sc)
ROW 3 – Chain 1. Turn. Working through both top loops, single crochet through each single crochet. Fasten off, leaving enough yarn to sew seam. (16 sc)

With remaining yarn and your yarn needle, sew matching ends together to form a ring.  Weave in ends.

Optional:

Using sewing needle and matching thread, sew your button centered on top of your sewn seam. (The one to bring your ring together)


 


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