Christmas Crochet Cutlery Holders
I love decorating the dinner table for Christmas dinner. But I was thinking that my cutlery needed to be a little more festive. I created these adorable crochet cutlery holders and ta-da! The table setting looked perfect. These are great crochet Christmas decorations for your own table and they also make a great hostess gift if someone else is cooking Christmas dinner!
About this Crochet Cutlery Holders for Christmas Pattern
- It’s a great Christmas crochet project for beginners as the pattern only uses simple stitches…if you know how to single crochet, chain and slip stitch you can make this Christmas Crochet Cutlery Holder!
- They work up quickly (you can make a few before the end of your favorite Christmas movie!) and uses only a small amount of yarn (way less than a quarter of a skein in total).
- Designed to fit a paper napkin wrapped around a fork, knife and spoon.
- This Christmas Cutlery Holder Crochet Pattern is written in English for right-handed crochet using standard US crochet terminology. If you’re more familiar with UK terminology, check out my US to UK Conversion Chart.
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Crochet Cutlery Holders for Christmas Pattern Details
Finished Christmas Cutlery Holder sizing using the yarn listed below and a H/8 (5.00mm) hook creates a cutlery holder that is 3″ tall and 2.75″ wide.
4″ x 4″ (made as a flat swatch, not in the round) = 13 sc and 15 rows
Yarn: Any worsted weight (4) for the cutlery holder and bulky fleece (5) yarn for the fluffy top.
I used Loops & Threads Impeccable Yarn, Solid. This yarn is medium (4) weight and 100% acrylic. The size is 4.5 oz / 127.5 g. A skein is 285 yd./260m and you only need way less than a quarter skein in total.
I used the color “Cherry for the main part of the cutlery holder; the color “Black” for the belt; and the color “Sunny Day” for the belt buckle.
For the fluffy top of the cutlery holder, I used Bernat Pipsqueak. This yarn is bulky (5) weight. The size is 3.50 oz. / 100 g. A skein is 101 yd / 92 m. You only need a few yards. The exact color is called “Whitey White.”
Crochet Hook Size: H/8 (5.00mm) for everything but the belt buckle. For the belt buckle: F/5 (3.75mm).
Other: Yarn Needle, Scissors.
st = stitch
sts = stitches
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
Christmas Cutlery Holder Pattern Notes:
- The pattern is made from the bottom up.
- It is worked in the round. Do not turn your work at the end of each round.
- Chains do not count as a stitch.
- Always start in the same stitch as the chain.
- Join each round with a slip stitch into the 1st sc made (not the chain).
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Christmas Cutlery Holder Pattern Instructions
Foundation Round: With a H/8 (5.00 mm) hook and red yarn, ch 18. Join with a sl st into the first ch, being careful not to twist the stitches.
Round 1: Ch 1. Working into the back ridge loops of the Foundation Round (Interweave has a great diagram of where the back ridge loops are here): sc into each back ridge loop around (18 sts). Join with a sl st into the 1st sc (never into the chain).
Note: ensure the right side is facing out.
Reminder: never turn work, continue working in the same direction.
Round 2: Ch 1. sc into each st around (18 sts). Join with a sl st into the 1st sc.
Rounds 3 & 4: Repeat Row 2.
Belt – Round 5: change color: attach black colored yarn with a sl st. Do not chain.
You can leave the red yarn attached (as long as it’s in the inside of your work) and pick it back up again after the belt is completed.
With black yarn, sc in each st around (18 sts). sl st into 1st sc to join.
Belt (Cont.) – Round 6: Still with black yarn, ch 1 and sc in each st around (18 sts). sl st into 1st sc to join.
Round 7: Change color: attach red yarn with a sl st. Do not chain. Fasten off black yarn and leave a tail to weave in loose ends.
With red yarn, sc in each st around (18 sts). sl st into 1st sc to join.
Round 8: Ch 1. sc into each st around (18 sts). Join with a sl st into the 1st sc.
Rounds 9 – 10: Repeat Round 8.
Round 11: Change yarn: attach fluffy white yarn with a sl st. Do not chain. Fasten off red yarn and leave a tail to weave in loose ends.
With fluffy white yarn, sc in each st around (18 sts). sl st into 1st sc to join.
Fasten off and weave in all loose ends.
With F/5 (3.75mm) hook and golden yellow yarn, ch 16.
The rest of the belt buckle is worked in a continuous row.
1st Rectangle Side (short): In 2nd ch from hook, sl st into back ridge loop. (Interweave has a great diagram of where the back ridge loop is here). In next ch, sl st into back ridge loop. In next ch, sl st x 3 into same back ridge loop.
2nd Rectangle Side (long): sl st into next 4 back ridge loops. In next ch, sl st x 3 into same back ridge loop.
3rd Rectangle Side (short): sl st into next 2 back ridge loops. In next ch, sl st x 3 into same back ridge loop.
4th Rectangle Side (long): sl st into next 4 back ridge loops. sl st into 1st sl st to join.
Fasten off leaving a 12″ tail. Weave in the first end to belt buckle. Using a yarn needle, attach belt buckle to napkin holder on the front center of the napkin holder with the rows of black in the middle. Weave in loose ends.
And that’s it! Make as many as you’d like for your Christmas dinner table.
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