A crochet lesson for openwork napkins forBeginners Multicolored beautiful napkins, which you yourself crochet, can decorate your kitchen table after tea. Tie a set of napkins of one or different colors. This will give your kitchen furniture a unique originality. This master class will demonstrate with a step-by-step photo how easy and fast it is possible to crochet an openwork napkin. Even a beginner can do this. In order to bind napkins we will need: Coton thread in different colors; Crochet hook for knitting, size is chosen according to the thickness of the thread (in the lesson, a 4 mm hook is used); Needle for embroidery with a large eye; Scissors. Let's start making an openwork napkin. 1. Take the thread of the chosen shade, and the hook. Let's make a ring and fix the thread. 2. Begin to tie the first row. Create air loops in the amount of 2 pieces. 3. Crochet the ring with loops with a double crochet, in an amount of 11 pieces. 4. We connect the ring. Tighten the ring by pulling it by the thread. Then we sew the resulting loop with the first one. We got the first row of napkins. 5. Let's start knitting the second row. To do this, we make 3 air loops. 6. In the same row we send a loop without a crochet. 7. Now, in each loop of the first row, we sew 2 loops with one overhang. There are 24 such loops. 8. Close the second row, tying the usual loop with the first loop of the row. 9. To start the third row of napkins, we make three air loops. 10. We untie the loop with the crochet in the loop of the second row. Then in the next loop of the second row, we knit two loops with one overhang. And so we tie the third row. The result is 36 loops. 11. We close the third row, as well as the second. 12. The fourth series begins, like the third row, from the air loops. 13. We make a loop with a crochet in the first and second loops of the third row. In the third loop of the third row, we knit two loops with one cuff. Alternating consistently, we knit the fourth row and get 48 loops. 14. Close the row, tying the loop to the first. 15. The fifth row will be final and it begins, like the previous series, with 3 air loops. 16. In the loop of the fourth row, we sew a no-cap loop. 17. We knit 2 air loops. 18. We knit two loops with one cuff in one loop of the bottom row. 19. We pass two loops of the bottom row. And in the third and fourth loops we sew two loops with one overtone. In this way, we sew a circle. 20. Pull the thread through the loop and cut it with scissors. Openwork napkin is almost ready. It remains to apply the decor, or rather to tie it. 21. We take threads of contrasting color. We thread the hook in the fourth row of our napkin and draw an air loop. Further we sew in the subsequent loop of the series an air loop. 22. We circulate in a circle to the initial loop. After stretching through the loop thread and cut with scissors, leaving the thread long. 23. We take a thread with a needle and pass a needle and thread as seen on the sample. We make the stitch in the loop. 24. Beautiful napkin for the kitchen, crocheted, ready! As you can see, there is nothing complicated! Everything original is simple! Good luck to you!