About the Napkin Ring in Suzette Stitch

They are so simple and easy to make. I made them in jute yarn because the material on my placemats and the linen napkins goes so well together. And they are very fast to make 👏❤️

Time to make: less than 10 min’s
Skill Level: Easy
Size: 4 cm H and 4.5 cm D
Yndlingsjulekuglen 2021
Yndlingsjulekuglen 2021
Yndlingsjulekuglen 2021

For this crochet pattern on my napkin rings you need to be able to make chains, single crochet and double crochet, so not that complicated. Click the links here og scroll down the bottom for videos.

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Pattern for the Napkin Ring in Suzette Stitch

START With hook 3 mm: Chain 25 + 1 tch (an extra chain), turn.

RK 1-5 With hook 3.5 mm: Start in the 2nd loop from the hook: (in first stitch: 1 single crochet + 1 double crochet, skip 1 stitch) 12 times, 1 single crochet, 1 tch, turn.

Finish with a chain, tightne it and cut the yarn, so you have en end to sew with (15-20 cm).

Use the hashtag


(the Danish name for it)

On Instagram, when you post pictures of your napkin rings. I just LOVE to see all of your choices of colors, fabric and all your details 👏😍❤️

Gather uuuup!

Annemette's Boble-Grydelapper

When you have finished crocheting the piece, it should measure 13.5 cm wide and 3.5 – 4 cm high.

Annemette's Boble-Grydelapper

Then sew the narrow ends together using the yarn end you ended with. You fold it in half and sew around the edge as shown in the picture. Tighten well for each stitch.

Annemette's Boble-Grydelapper

Then it becomes quite invisible because you force the two end pieces together 👌

Just wow 😍

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Look at what you made with your own two hands! Pat yourself on the back, and take a moment to enjoy it. It’s very well done 😍💪❤️

I have made some helpful videos that should make it easier for you to understand the pattern. It’s just usually easier in live pictures 🙂 All videos are made and edited by Milla Billa. Music by www.bensound.com.

Crochet Guide by Milla Billa
Crochet Guide by Milla Billa