napkin rings / curtain holders

Whilst using nothing but basic crochet stitches you create this small but stunning accessory that will make your table setting both personal and Scandinavian chic.

After finishing your Pretty Poinsettia flower we will now show you how to turn them into these gorgeous napkin rings. And as a bonus, they can easily be adapted to be used as curtain holders too!

Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced crocheter; we hope you’ll like it and have a really good time.

xxx

Tess

What you'll need

This little flower is a perfect scrap yarn project as you only need a small amount of yarn. Feel free to play around with yarn weight and fibre for different sizes and effects. 

For the flower; we used small amounts of Julie in 3 shades by Falkgarn, a 100% cotton yarn:

Yarn A: Ecru (light yellow)

Yarn B: Ljusrosa (light pink)

Yarn C: Dimgrön (foggy green)

We used color B (light pink) for the ribbon.

You’ll also need a 4 mm hook, a scissor and a darning needle.

And last but not least; you’ll of course need a Pretty Poinsettia to attach your ribbon to (click here for the pattern).

The Video Tutorial

Play Video

Note! We always use US-terminology for our patterns.

The Pattern

Tip. This pattern can easily be adapted to any size by changing the number of starting chains and/or rows!

Row 1.

ch8 + tch, turn.

– 8 ch

Row 2-19

sc in next 8 sts, tch

– 8 sc (x 18 rows)

Tip. Measure continuously on your napkin whilst crocheting to get the right fit. To make it smaller do fewer rows; and vice versa to make it larger. 

The Assembly

Step 1.

With the wrong side facing out; place both ends together and slip stitch through both sides (8-9 sts), fasten off whilst leaving a long tail (approximately 20 cm).

Step 2.

Turn your ribbon right side out again and sew the poinsettia to the ribbon by using the shallow parts of the leafs outer lining (the tutorial is very helpful for this part). Fasten off.

You are finished with your napkin holder, well done! 

We hope you had fun and suggest that you’ll check out the add on tutorials too. Simply click on the links below and we’ll take you there. 

  • “All who joy hopes to win must share it. Happiness was born a twin.” - Lord Byron
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The best things about designing and sharing patterns surely must be to see the makes made from them. So today I thought I’d share this amazing little #prettypoinsettiaflower made by @_priya_ms with you all that totally makes my heart sing with joy.🌷🌸💕
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Thank you so much Pri Ya for sharing your work with us! It’s absolutely gorgeous. 🧡
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Happy weekend!
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xxx
Tess
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We Are All: SistersInStitch ✨
  • Tonight is the night; we at @sistersinstitch are celebrating the grand finale of the Pretty Poinsettia series on our homepage and YouTube channel. ✨
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The hanging ornament is being released at 21:00 (CET) and with it the 4th and (for now) final poinsettia tutorial is out and about. So so so exciting!!! 🌺
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It feels so incredibly good to finish, to have done them all BEFORE Christmas. 😅 The light has been totally missing here in Sweden the last weeks so it has been more than difficult trying to film with good result. Oh and speaking of light; where did our magical winter wonderland go?! It came only to be rained away in just 48 hours and I’ve been looking for it ever since.🕵️‍♀️
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Wishing for some beautiful snow to return this weekend but I’m sorry to say that it doesn’t look bright... 😔 However, as I’m a firm believer in turning lemons into sweet lemonade; I’m gonna focus my frustration into making magic inside instead!
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I have an growing idea of using some wonderful chunky fluffy white yarn and make a wreath to decorate with old laces (made by my great 👵) and a few of these Pretty Poinsettias. It all looks so pretty in my head, let’s see how it will turn out! 😄🌟
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🎄 Merry Christmas weekend everyone! 🎄🦌
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xxx
Tess
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All 4 of our Pretty Poinsettias tutorials are to be found on www.YouTube.com/SistersInStitch 😘
  • It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
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...and there is so much to do. Or no not really. 😅
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The gifts have been made and bought, most of them are even wrapped. And as we are going to my parents over Christmas; we decided to not have a 🌲 this year which made decorations go oh so quick..
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..and the only thing to cook is the ham and we are lazy (and smart) enough to by one ready made this time. Last year it took us forever to do and it wasn’t that impressive so no.. This time I’m saving my energy for eating instead. ☺️
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Nevertheless the amount of things I’ve checked boxes for; I still feel a bit stressed? It’s so weird. There is absolutely nothing to stress about... Yet I do. 😔
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Well I’m going on holiday leave now so maybe I’ll get the chance to slow down and enjoy having had done most things before! Looking forward to days spent outside and evenings with lots and lots of calming crochet. 💕 That #Sphinxblanket kit I bought in the beginning of December is definitely up on my nice list! 🥰
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What projects are you looking forward spending some quality time with? ✨
  • ✨ Dream a little dream of me....
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The Pretty Poinsettia written pattern is NOW available on our homepage! 🥳 Follow the link in our bio or visit www.SistersInStitch.com
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✨⭐️Good night and sleep tight. ⭐️✨
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Tess & Kay
  • My latest little darling; the Pretty Poinsettia flower in this years favorite colors! ✨
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Two tutorials for this one is up on our YouTube channel and two more are coming next week. Written patterns are also being worked at so this week is all about the 🌺.
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But the writing will have to wait a little longer tonight as it’s now time for Lucia and little Ls first time singing in public dressed as a Santa. This can’t be anything but super cute.. ☺️
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Have a wonderful night!
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Tess

Be inspired by the rainbow of beautiful makes you are working on! Simply click on any picture above to get to know a fellow SistersInStitch maker on their Instagram page.  Use the hashtag: #PrettyPoinsettiaFlower on your posts to have your make featured here and keep inspire others. 

We Are All: SistersInStitch

  • Today I made this cute #bloomingbauble designed by Tess @crochetedbytess 🌸🌿 So lovely 💕 #bloomingbauble #sistersinstitch #crochetedbytess #crochet #crochettherapy #flowers
  • “Unity is strength... When there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” - Mattie Stepanek
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May is coming to an end and with it a new one begin... For the June pattern and tutorial @sistersinstitch teamed up with the one and only sunshine Jill from @gumleaf_crochet ☀️💛✨
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Together we (Tess and Jill) have designed a brand new “What Were You Thinking Square”. 🎉
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It has been so much fun, lots of giggles and many things learned during the process. It’s truly been such a blast and we can’t wait to tell you all about it.. ..a little later! 😉
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Until then, here is a little sneak peak of what’s coming your way this very Friday (5/6)! 🧡💛❤️
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Have a wonderful Sunday.
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xxx
Tess & Jill
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We Are All: SistersInStitch ✨
  • Finished my door hanging!
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Flat balloon pattern by @bloodymoon.crochet .
3D balloon pattern by @crochetedbytess / @sistersinstitch
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#crochethotairballoon #sistersinstitch #crochet #crochetersofinstagram #crochetwallhanging #minibloomballoon
  • “A little magic can take you a long way.” - Ronald Dahl
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Cooling spring winds are sweeping over the island this morning which got me to thinking about this amazing nordic feeling picture and #poparoundtheplate coasters made by Frida from @fridaspyssliga 🌬🌊🌿
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Love this light petrol blue greyish color!
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Please head on over to her account and spread some SiS love and kindness. 🌾
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Wish you all a wonderful weekend.
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xxx
Tess
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We Are All: SistersInStitch ✨
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Seen in picture: the #poparoundtheplate coaster designed by Alexandra from @afvirk ✨ Find the free pattern and tutorial on our homepage: www.SistersInStitch.com
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  • “Everything is possible when you have the right people there to support you.” - Misty Copeland
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This evening I want to pop in and say thank you. Simple as that, nothing more nothing less. 💛
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All I have done (and probably will do) wouldn’t be half as fun if it wasn’t for this amazing community of supporting and wonderful people here on this social platform.
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Each and every cheer you on; I carry with me close to my heart and use in all the work I do. 💖 Thank you.
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xxx
Tess

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