There is nothing more pleasant than a long winter evening thansit over a cup of tea with a friend or loved one, talk heart to heart or just shut up. Any tea drinking will be cozier and warmer if you supplement it with things that are made by yourself, with care and love. One of such pleasant trifles can become a napkin under a cup. They can be made in multi-colored or monophonic, with the same or different patterns, laced or dense. In order to tie beautiful napkins under a cup in the technique of ribbon lace, you need: - the string "Iris" in different colors (red, orange, white) - hook number 1. Work progress: To begin with, you need to dial a chain of 12 air loops, connect it to a ring. In the second row, tie one air loop for lifting and 23 columns without a crochet. 11 air lifting loops and 3 more on the pattern pattern - only 14 air loops. Then we knit in each column without a crochet. Column with 8 th crochet. Three air loops and again a column with 8 caps. Three more air hinges and a column with 8 caps. Three air loops and a column with 9 th crochet. So 5 more times. Only 6 groups of 4 columns. The last should be a column with the 8th cape. The last row of the element is three columns without a crochet over the air loops, three air loops over the column and again three pillars without a napkin for the air loops. Bind the pole from the air loops of the previous row to bind not 3, but 6 air loops. Tie a semicircle of 6 air loops with 8 pillars without a crochet. Tie a chain of 14 air loops. In the first column without a crochet to tie a column with the 8th cape. Through 3 air loops, in the same column withoutnakida connect another column with the 8 th cue. In the next column without a crochet, tie one post to the 8th and one post to the 9th crochet. Between all the posts there are three air loops. And so to the end of the series. In total, 17 columns should be obtained, taking into account the first column of the air loops. The last column with the 9th cloak is connected to the last, 11 column without the crochet of the first flower (a column in front of the fourth arch). We finish the element with a strap from 3 posts without a crochet and three air loops. At the end of the strapping we connect the second flower to the first one, just through the three arches in front of the fourth one. Again, we sew 6 air loops. We bind them with 12 stitches without a crochet. We knit the third element in the same way as the second. But in the third element 3 groups of 4 columns (8 and 9 capes). A total of 12 columns and 1 column of air loops. We connect the last column with the 9th crochet to the first flower, also through three arches, to the last column without the crochet in front of the 4 arch of the air loops. A strapping (3 columns without a crochet, 3 air loops) connect the third flower with the second. The fourth flower is knitted just like the third one. Connecting the column with the 9th crochet with the second element, and the harness - the third. It turns out a chain of 1 whole flower and 3 halves. In conclusion - we tie the entire napkin with arches from 5 air loops. We fix the arches in the arches from the 3 air loops of the strapping of each flower. We cut the thread and hide it in knitting.