How to Crochet Napkins

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Crocheting napkins requires your crochet hook to be a size "G." Learn how to crochet napkins with help from the President of the Denver Crochet Guild in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Cassandra Allen-Brown from Bagsbycab.com Yarn Shop in Denver, Colorado, and today I will be teaching you how to crochet napkins, single crochet. The tools that you will need on how to crochet napkins will be, number one, your crochet hook. Today we're using a size G. Number two, will be your yarn, this is 100 percent cotton. Those are really the best for crocheted napkins, would be 100 percent cotton. I've already started the stitch for the crocheted napkins. We did a single chain stitch, foundation chain of 36 and then you turn, insert your hook to start your single crochet foundation. I am to the end of my single crochet foundation, insert your hook, yarn over, pull it through and that just is how you finish the single crochet, insert hook, yarn over, pull it through and you complete the first row of your single crochet foundation for a napkin. When you reach the end of your single crochet, you turn by crocheting one, turn your project, insert hook in the first stitch, pull it through, yarn over, pull it through. That's your continuation of your single crochet. You continue this pattern for the duration of your napkin. Your napkin size is determined by what you would like the dimensions of the napkin to be. For me I like the 36 chain and I like to make at least 60 rows, but that can be based upon what your dimensions are, that's your preference for your crocheted napkin. So this is a single crocheted stitch for the duration of the single crochet napkin. I'm Cassandra Allen-Brown from Bagsbycab.com Yarn Shop, Denver Colorado and that is how you crochet a napkin, single crochet.

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