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Satin Bow Napkin Rings

The abundant loops of this pom-pom-like bow make it a fanciful adornment around cloth napkins. Satin ribbon has a radiance that highlights this bow's contours.

Satin Bow Napkin Rings

Photography: Anna Williams

Source: Martha Stewart

materials

  • Similar 3/8-inch satin ribbon in celadon, from M & J Trimming, mjtrim.com

steps

  1. Start with a 45-inch length of narrow ribbon. Hold four fingers on one hand together, and wrap with ribbon, making certain it lies flat. The fullness of the bow will depend on how many times you wrap it around (we wrapped ours ten times; for larger bows, wrap ribbon around your whole hand). Slide the ribbon off your fingers, and pinch it together at the center. Cut a notch through all layers on each side. Tie a piece of string around the center of the ribbon, slipping it into the notches; pull string taut, and knot.

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  2. To form the rosette, spread loops outward, and twist, shaping them into a fluffy ball.

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