The Harvest Button Napkin Rings are an easy way to add a handmade touch to the table. Crocheted with chunkier yarn, they are super fast and pretty to make for each place setting. A wood button holds everything in place and adds a little texture too!
By Jennifer Dickerson
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Sizing As Shown:
- 6 Inches Long
- 2 Inches Wide
- Lion Brand Woolspun (Colorways Shown: "Honey" and "Pumpkin") Note: if substituting yarn, just look for a yarn the recommends a 6.5 hook on the yarn label)
- K (6.5 mm) Crochet Hook
- 1 Button
- Tapestry Needle
Row 1: Work a hdc in the third ch from the hook, then work a hdc in each ch.
Row 2: Ch 2 and turn. Work a hdc in the first st and in each st across.
Repeat row 2 for a total of 8 times.
Button hole row: Ch 2 and turn. Work a hdc in the first st. Ch 1 and skip the next st. Work a hdc in the next st, then a hdc in the top ch of the turning ch.
Last row: Ch 2 and turn. Work a hdc in the first st, a hdc in the next st. Work a hdc in the button hole space, then a hdc in the next st. Work a hdc in the top ch of the turning ch.
Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain. On the opposite end of the buttonhole, Sew a button to the end with a piece of matching yarn.
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