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Poinsettia Napkin Ring Crochet Pattern

November 15, 2013 /
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This year, I would like to kick off the Christmas craft with this beautiful and elegant Poinsettia Napkin Ring. Red is always the right choice to represent Christmas. These crochet red poinsettia napkin rings will surely bring 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 set of poinsettia coasters with yo-yo puff in the 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

All you need to crochet this poinsettia napkin ring is some cotton lace thread, I used double strands of DMC Pearl Cotton Ball size 8, Red (col. 321), a crochet hook, some seed beads (as stamen of poinsettia) and lastly, a tapestry needle to sew the flower. You will need about 2 hours to make the first flower, however, the timing will improve as you work on the subsequent pieces.

These crochet poinsettia napkin rings are easy to adapt into other embellishments, you may add a brooch pin instead of the band of the napkin ring to make a poinsettia brooch, likewise, you can add a hairband 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.

christmas napkin ring crochet pattern

Make this beautiful Poinsettia Napkin Ring to uplift the style of your dining table this Christmas.

Happy Crochet!

Poinsettia Napkin Ring Crochet Pattern

Poinsettia Napkin Ring Crochet Pattern

Yield: 3" Flower Napkin Rings
Active Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours
Difficulty: Avid Beginner/Intermediate
Estimated Cost: $6 - $10

These crochet poinsettia napkin rings are easy to adapt into other embellishments, you may add a brooch pin instead of the band of the napkin ring to make a poinsettia brooch, likewise, you can add a hairband 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.

Enjoy making them!

Pattern adapted, modified, and converted from Lace Crochet, Best Pattern

The original pattern is in chat drawing

ISBN: 978-9866033599 (Chinese Version)

ISBN: 978-4021905049 (Japanese Version)

Materials

Tools

  • Crochet Hook, 1.75mm
  • Tapestry needle, fine

Instructions

Abbreviations:


    ch = chain
    sc = single crochet
    hdc = half double crochet
    dc = double crochet
    slst = slip stitch
    st(s) = stitch(es)
    fo = fasten off
    1a, 1b, 1c, etc… = picture numbering of the step by step photos

Poinsettia flower Pattern (in American terms)

  1. The pattern makes 1 layer, you need to make 3 of them to form a poinsettia flower.
    Use double strand of DMC Pearl Cotton, size 8, in red. Make a Slip Knot to begin. (1a)
  2. Rnd 1:
    ch 2 (this first ch is considered as the base ring of the flower, the second ch is the beginning st of rnd 1), *sc in the first ch, ch 12, sc in the second ch from hook, sc in each chain for the next 10 sts, sc to the base ring (this is considered 1 branch for the petal), repeat * 3 times to make 3 branches, slst to the ch stitch at the beginning of the round. (1b, 1c, 1d, 2a, 2b, 2c)crochet poinsettia 1crochet poinsettia 2
  3. Rnd 2:
    *skip 1 st, slst in the first ch st of the branch, sc in next 2 ch sts, hdc in next ch st, dc in next 5 ch sts, hdc in next ch st, sc in next ch st, ch3 (reached the tip of the branch), sc in the first st of the branch (going down from the tip), hdc in next ch st, dc in next 5 ch sts, hdc in next ch st, sc in next 2 ch sts, slst in next st, skip 1 st, repeat * to complete 3 branches that form 3 petals flower, slst in the first st at the beginning of this round. (2d, 3a, 3b)
    fo crochet poinsettia 3
  4. Dampen the crochet poinsettia flower by spraying some water on it, adjust the shape and pin it down to an ironing board, leave it dry to block the shape.
  5. Assembly: Make 3 of them. (3c)
    Stack them up to form a 9 petals poinsettia flower. (3d)
    Sew some beads at the center of the poinsettia flower. (4a)
    Crochet a simple band using sc st, about 1/2″ wide, 5-6″ long. I did it with 4 sts x 40 rows. (4b)
    Sew the ends of the band together to form a ring. (4c)
    Sew the band to the back of the poinsettia flower. (4d)crochet poinsettia 4

Fold the napkin diagonally a few times, insert it into the poinsettia napkin ring. Open up the folds and let it sit on the table.

crochet poinsettia napkin ring pattern

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Rethruthra

Monday 23rd of November 2020

Hi this is a lovely tutorial, if you don't mind I will share this with my students. Thankyou for sharing.

Genevieve Lough

Tuesday 3rd of November 2015

Hi I am interested in the napkin...how did you fold it, to stand up? Thank you :)

Craft Passion

Tuesday 3rd of November 2015

Hi Genevieve, the napkin itself is stiff to stand up without any support. May be it was starched but I am not too sure.

Eden

Wednesday 21st of October 2015

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

Craft Passion

Sunday 1st of November 2015

Hi Eden, the “(1b, 1c, 1d, 2a, 2b, 2c)” refers to the picture number for the step by step photo. LOL....

Mariana Mill

Friday 29th of August 2014

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.

Berline.K

Wednesday 16th of July 2014

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. I am so great full for your visit to http://ajanthacake-ensuganthaillam.blogspot.ca/2014/06/crochet-crocheting-is-activity-that.html

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