Free pattern: Girls’ Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass “Charms”

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground CrafterLast week, I shared a little sneak peak picture on Twitter.

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground Crafter
No one guessed correctly, but it was a pretty mysterious photo.

Today, I’m sharing a new free crochet pattern that is designed for using up leftover bits of yarn and buttons from your collection.



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This set of napkin rings and wine glass “charms” will add a DIY touch to your next “Girls’ Night” in while also using up those random odds and ends of yarn.

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground CrafterThis set would also add a personal and creative touch to a wedding or housewarming gift! (And, you can easily finish the whole set in an afternoon for a last minute gift.)

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground CrafterI made a set of 8, but of course you could make more or less depending on the size of your glassware collection!

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground CrafterI crocheted a matched pair – one napkin ring and one wine glass “charm” –  with each of eight different yarns.

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground CrafterAlternatively, you could use the same yarn for the entire set with different buttons. Choose the approach that works for you and that will delight your guests!

This set is very beginner-friendly, but I know some crocheters are anxious about crocheting over cabone rings and creating buttonholes, so I’ve included photo tutorials.

Be sure to add this pattern to your favorites or queue on Ravelry, and don’t forget to share pictures on Ravelry or on my Facebook page when you make your version!

Add to RavelryYou can also buy a printable, ad-free PDF version of this pattern here on Craftsy.

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Girls’ Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass “Charms”

A recipe crochet pattern and tutorial by Underground Crafter

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground Crafter | This beginner-friendly set makes a great hostess gift and adds a bit of handmade color to your table when entertaining.02-easy 50US terms 50This set of napkin rings and wine glass “charms” is a beginner-friendly stashbuster project or last minute gift.

Finished Sizes 

  • Napkin rings: Approximately 2″ (5 cm) diameter.
  • Wine glass “charms”: Approximately 4.5″ (11.5 cm) length.

Materials

    • Approximately 15 yd (13 m) of light or medium weight yarn in each of 8 colors.
    • Appropriate size crochet hook for your yarn.
    • 8 sew-through buttons – 0.5″ (1.3 cm) diameter.
    • Tapestry needle (that fits through button eyelets).
    • 2 packs of Boye Wood Cabone Rings.

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  • This is a recipe pattern. Gauge is not important, but you may require more or less yarn based on the size of your stitches.

Pattern Instructions and Tutorial

Napkin Rings

  • Starting with a loop on the hook, insert hook in cabone ring.
  • Single crochet in the ring until it is covered with stitches.
  • Fasten off yarn with a long tail.
  • Thread yarn tail through tapestry needle, insert needle in first stitch, and draw yarn through to join.
  • With tapestry needle, weave in ends on the back of the ring.
Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground Crafter | This beginner-friendly set makes a great hostess gift and adds a bit of handmade color to your table when entertaining.
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Yarn

Wine Glass “Charms”

  • Make a foundation chain approximately 4.5″ (11.5 cm) long.
  • Row 1: Turn, skip first chain, single crochet in next stitch and in each stitch across.
  • Row 2: Turn, chain 1, single crochet in first stitch and in each stitch across. Do not turn.

Buttonhole and button

  • Chain 3 (or make a chain about as long as the diameter of your button).
  • Insert hook in unworked side of foundation chain and join with a slip stitch. Fasten off.
  • Use the yarn tail from your foundation chain and tapestry needle to sew button into place on the opposite end.
  • With tapestry needle, weave in ends from buttonhole and button into back of “charm.”
  • (Optional) Spray block.
Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground Crafter | This beginner-friendly set makes a great hostess gift and adds a bit of handmade color to your table when entertaining.
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© 2015 by Marie Segares (Underground Crafter). This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Marie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. If you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: http://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2015/06/18/free-pattern-girls-night-in-napkin-rings-and-wine-glass-charms. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

Add to Ravelry

Girls' Night In Napkin Rings and Wine Glass "Charms," free crochet pattern with photo tutorial by Underground Crafter | This beginner-friendly set makes a great hostess gift and adds a bit of handmade color to your table when entertaining.Don’t forget to share pictures on Ravelry or on my Facebook page if you make your own set!

Add to RavelryYou can also buy a printable, ad-free PDF version of this pattern here on Craftsy.

Click to buy the ad-free PDF version of this @ucrafter pattern on Craftsy

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