Loom Knit Napkin Holder Pattern Video

Rib Stitch Napkin Holder Pattern Video

Napkin Holder

The Rib Stitch napkin holder is part 3 of the table setting series. Recently I posted the Rib Stitch Flower and completed the Tiny Pumpkin pattern. I’m very excited about this project because like the other recent patterns you can make this one with just a little bit of yarn and just a little bit of time. It’s perfect for personal use and for gift giving, for a new homeowner, a ladies group or party favor.

The pattern is available for purchase but the it’s very simple and the video is enough for the average person to complete the project. I do suggest watching the video from the start to the end where I give a few cool suggestions.

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Skill Level: Beginner

Stitches:  Knit (you will be using the e-Wrap and U-wrap versions of the Knit Stitch) , Purl,

Loom:  Small 24-peg loom with 5 inches in diameter.

Yarn:  Scraps of worsted weight yarn. Caron Simply Soft in Picture and Vanna’s Choice Oatmeal in Video

Tools: Loom Hook, Crochet Hook, Blunt Needle, Sewing Needle,

Notions: Stitch Markers, 2 low-profile 12mm buttons

Optional: 19 mm Decorative Button

Finished Size: Approximately 6 ½ x2 inches – Note rib stitch patterns have a lot of stretch, in this case about 1 inch.

 

Napkin Holder Video

Please watch this video completely before starting this project. I always say the same thing because it’s that important.

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Comments: 2

  1. Peggy Hadley November 18, 2017 at 1:01 pm Reply

    Have you posted a pattern for simple cotton placemats? Thanks

    • Denise Canela November 19, 2017 at 8:39 pm Reply

      No not yet – was hoping to have it done before Thanksgiving but no luck – might be done for the upcoming holidays. .. sorry

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