How to Knit NAPKIN RINGS in Seed Stitch | DIY Gift Ideas

How to Knit NAPKIN RINGS in Seed Stitch | DIY Gift Ideas


Two Toned Knitted Napkin Rings in Seed Stitch Hi, Guys, and Welcome to Studio Knit! Today we are going to learn how to make these quick knit cozy and elegant NAPKIN RINGS IN SEED STITCH This two-toned napkin ring design is a great accessory for entertaining at holiday gatherings and year-round dining. My local GoodWill had this great Holiday Grab Bag and I gave myself a personal challenge to create a new craft out of something within. I waited to open it when I got home and lo and behold were these cute little painted
wooden napkin rings that were just begging to get glammed up. The materials we will use are Yarn, in any two colors of your choice, Size 8 US knitting needles, Scissors, a Tapestry Needle, and either napkin rings or just use tissue paper rolls as your ring base. If you are using a tissue paper roll, simply
take one and cut it into thirds or fourths. To make our napkin rings, we will simply wrap yarn around our napkin ring base. This will add an extra dimension to our napkin ring,
while allowing us to create our knitted portion without adhesives like glue, as it will naturally cling to our wrapped yarn. Oh, if you think these little napkin rings
look like a fun DIY project you would like to try, please hit like to let me know you
would like to see more crafty videos like this. Now, let’s get to the knitting! You may
download my FREE knitting pattern for Napkin Rings by clicking the link in the description
below, as well as find links to all the knitting techniques for this project. First create a slip knot with your other yarn
color, then cast on 21 stitches using the long tail method. Depending on the size of
your ring base, you may need to slightly increase or decrease the number of stitches you cast on and rows you knit. However many stitches you think your napkin ring requires, just
make sure you cast on an ODD number of stitches. On our first row, we will Knit the entire
row. For the next six rows, we will knit in SEED
STITCH. Knit one, Purl one. And repeat all the way down. Knit one, Purl one. And since we cast on an odd number of stitches, we will finish with one Knit Stitch. Repeat this pattern
on the next five rows for six rows total of the seed stitch. If you cut your paper roll
in fourths, knitting just 4 rows in seed stitch is the perfect height. On our last row, we will PURL the entire row. Now it is already time to BIND OFF, then Seam together into your ring. You may either weave in or tie off your yarn ends. Simply stretch it over your yarn-wrapped ring base and you are done! Too cute! You have just learned how to make a knitted napkin rings in the seed stitch. I hope you are inspired to give this fun DIY
project a try. And Thank You so much for watching Studio Knit. Please subscribe and check out more of my other knitting projects in SEED STITCH like this knitted bow and a men’s necktie. Bye!

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