Step 6: All Done!

Here are all three sets of napkin rings!
Aah! I have those beads! Great instructable--I was thinking about doing something like this for a bracelet. I'm more of a crocheter, though.
I&nbsp;made some of these for my mom a few years ago when she remodeled her kitchen. However, I just used a crochet hook, and they took about ten minutes each--yours are much more elaborate and detailed, though!<br />
Very pretty. I don't understand the last part where you insert the long wire. Can you explain it to me again please. You did a beautiful job! Oh yes, I sharpen the ends of bamboo chopsticks to make nice light weight knitting needles-they come with a chinese dinner, so why not recycle them?
I made these for a present and they turned out great. Thanks for posting.
I knit 7 sts on 35 rows. I think this pictures is on its side. I will have to fix that. Thanks!
How many rows do you knit? It looks like the last picture is upside down. These are very, very pretty. Thanks for the Instructable.
This is really a great idea and a great gift idea.
I practiced first and bought a few different gauges of wire to see which I liked the best. 32 gauge was much easier to work with, but the rings were too soft and bent easily. 26 gauge was way too difficult. And my local craft store didn't have 28. After the first one or two it got much easier and each took less than an hour (while watching TV) to complete. My only suggestion is to make sure that you have enough wire on your spool to make a whole napkin ring! Each of my spools made 3.
Those are <em>so cool</em>! <br/>I'm definitely going to try them. Any advice on wire-handling?<br/>
Those are *awesome* How hard is it to knit with wire like that?
What a neat idea!! Thanks!
Great job, they looks amazing! I love them! +1 rating.

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