This tutorial is created in collaboration with Maria Bonfardeci! Watch the instruction and video to crochet this Christmas napkin holder!

in collaboration with Maria Bonfardeci

Used materials and yarn

  • 🧶 cotton red and light brown yarn; lurex bronze yarn
  • crochet hook 2,5 mm
  • Scissor
  • tapestry needle
Crochet Christmas napkin holder of Maria Bonfardeci
MRMagic Ring
SCSingle Crochet
SL STSlip Stitch
DCDouble Crochet
TRCTreble Crochet
REP * nr timesRepeat the instructions between the asterisks (* … * ) the number of times indicated. If not specified, repeat until the end of the round

Crochet pattern – Christmas flower

PUFF STITCH = 5 DC close together + 1 CH to fix

Start with red cotton yarn.

1MR, * PUFF STITCH, 1 CH to separate *; REP * 5 times. Close with 1 SL ST in the first DC of the round. Fasten off and cut the yarn.5
Crochet pattern red middle flower

Join the light brown cotton yarn and lurex to work both together.

Hook the yarn on one Puff stitch with 1 SC.

2* in the CH space of the previous round make 2 DC, 1 SC in the next Puff stitch * ; REP * till reaching the last Puff stitch. Close with 1 SL ST in the first SC of the round.5
Crochet pattern flower petal

Fasten off and work only with light brown cotton yarn. Hook the yarn on the SC of the previous round and make 1 SC.

3* Work 3 TRC between the 2 DC of the previous round, 1 SC on the next SC of the previous round * ; REP * till the end of the round. Close with 1 SL ST in the first SC of the round. Fasten off and cut the yarn.5
Crochet pattern of the point star aroud the flower

Turn the Christmas flower just made on the wrong side, hook the lurex thread behind a group of stitches from the 2nd round worked and work 25 CHs.

Make another 25 CHs at the top where you did the previous CHs to form two laces which will then be knotted around the napkin.

🎬 VIDEO TUTORIAL – Christmas napkin holder

Thank you Maria for this beautiful tutorial! Merry Christmas to you and all my Pinky Time friends!


By Giulia

My name is Giulia, I love dreaming and creating games for children. When I learned to crochet I rediscovered the "little girl" within me and now amigurumi have become my passion!

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