Poinsettia Napkin Ring Crochet Pattern

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This year, I would like to kickoff the Christmas craft with this beautiful and elegant Poinsettia Napkin Ring. Red never fails to represent Christmas. These crochet red poinsettia napkin rings will sure brings the holiday atmosphere into your house. Your guests will be so pleased to be invited over for an exquisite dinner during the festival.

Recalling all the Christmas crafts I’ve made in the past, 2 among a good number of them are poinsettia this is the 3rd poinsettia I have made. I crochet a poinsettia coasters with yo-yo puff in year 2010, and a made a bunch of fabric poinsettias in 2011.  What happened to 2012? Why did I skip making poinsettia in 2012?? Oh… I was busy with quilting and never did any poinsettia, I just used the fabric poinsettias for the holiday decor since they were well kept and still in good condition… what a good excuse  😉

poinsettia napkin ring

These crochet poinsettia napkin rings are easy to adapt into other embellishment, you may add a brooch pin instead of the band of the napkin ring to make a poinsettia brooch, likewise, you can add a hair band and turn it into hair accessories. You can even make a bigger poinsettia by using yarn, starched it a little and hang on the tree, frame it up to be a Christmas decor, etc….. Change the color of the yarn or lace thread, you will end up with a different flower to suit your occasion, for example: white, gold, silver, for a wedding event.

{CLICK HERE to get pattern & tutorial of Crochet Poinsettia Napkin Ring.}

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  1. What a beautiful poinsettia napkin ring! Thank you very much for the directions and the helpful photos.
    Lee Ann

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  2. You are so talented, love the poinsettia napkins ring. can I make one and mention your blog on my website? please let me know if that would be OK.

  3. It’s so beautiful pattern ,I love it. Thank you so much 🙂

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  5. Wowww…I love..love…always.. “poinsettia” (in Indonesia it’s called “Kastuba”)..beautiful red!! And now I have to try make it, with crochet… Haaa…It’s very chalenging! Thank you for the direction, pattern…all of make simple & easy!

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  7. Would this work just as well with yarn for a larger version? What do you think?

  8. Thank you for sharing the poinsettia flower pattern. I really appreciate your instruction. After a long period I come back to blogging and scrolled down I found this site. Eight years ago I made this flower from your pattern.
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  9. I simply love the look. I enjoy working with thread. I learned to crochet with when young. This Poinsettia has so many possibilities. Thank you for sharing.

  10. I was wondering what the “(1b, 1c, 1d, 2a, 2b, 2c)” text at the end of the rounds mean… I tried to decipher, but I’m just confused. haha

  11. Hi I am interested in the napkin…how did you fold it, to stand up? Thank you 🙂

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