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Daisy Napkin Rings

Who’s ready for Spring? I was ready long before the first flakes of snow ever hit the ground last October. I really want to see some color (other than white) so I decided to make my own flowers. The festive colors are a welcome change from this northeast winter and the white landscape outside my kitchen window.  I’m already thinking ahead to placemats, cozies and some new curtains with some colorful daisy trim. I am determined to have a one season only kitchen! Get rid of the winter blahs – add some color!

Hook & yarn

Hook
5.5 mm (I)

Yarn
Lily Sugar’n Cream in Red, Cream, and Orange (small amount of each, visit your stash bin)

To make daisy: (with red or orange) ch 6, join with ss to form ring.
RND 1: ch 1, 10 sc in ring, join with ss to beginning of round. Fasten off.
RND 2: (with white) Join in any sc, work 5 tc in next st, ss in next sc. Repeat from * to end of round. Join with ss to beginning of round. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

To make ring: (with red or orange) ch 24, join with ss to form ring.
RND 1-6: ch 1, sc in each st, join with ss to beginning of round.
RND 7: work one row of reverse sc. Fasten off.
On opposite end of ring, join with ss, ch 1 and work one row of reverse sc. Fasten off.
Weave in ends. Attach daisy to ring over “seam” formed by slip-stitch joins.

© 2013 E. Stilson-Ouderkirk