Crochet Coasters {FREE pattern}


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Two crocheted coasters on a table.

I love to crochet and years ago I found a pattern online for these lovely crochet coasters. I sell them already made in my Shop, but a reader emailed recently asking for the pattern. I went back to the pattern I printed out and tried to find it online. Unfortunately it is no longer online (at least I can’t find it), so I decided to share the free pattern here with you! This is a simple project and they make a wonderful gift!

This is a very simple project that looks great when finished. It is a good beginner’s project, so for the beginners, the instructions will be written out with the abbreviations provided also.

Size= 5 1/4 inches in diameter

Stitches Used:

  • Chain
  • Single Crochet
  • Double Crochet
  • Slip Stitch

Materials:

Instructions:

Chain (ch) 5. Join with a slip stitch (sl st) to form a ring.

ROW 1: 12 double crochet (dc) in ring. Join with slip stitch (sl st).

ROW 2: Chain (ch) 3, double crochet (dc) in same stitch (st), 2 double crochet (dc) in each stitch (st) around. Join with a slip stitch (sl st). {24 double crochet (dc)}

ROW 3: Slip stitch (sl st) in next 2 stitches (st)(see note). Chain (ch) 3 {counts as 1st double crochet (dc)}, double crochet (dc) in same stitch, double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st), *2 double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st), double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st). Repeat from * around. Join with a slip stitch (sl st). {36 double crochet (dc)}

ROW 4: Slip stitch (sl st) in next 3 stitches (st). Chain (ch) 3, double crochet (dc) in same stitch (st), double crochet (dc) in next 2 stitches (st), 2 double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st), *double crochet (dc) in next 2 stitches (st), 2 double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st). Repeat from * around. Join with a slip stitch (sl st).

ROW 5: (Last row) Double crochet (dc) in the 3rd stitch (st) from the hook, 6 more double crochet (dc) in the same space (sp). *Skip (sk) 2 stitches (st), single crochet (sc) in next stitch (st). Skip (sk) next 2 stitches (st). 7 double crochet (dc) in next stitch (st). Repeat from * around (7 more times). Skip (sk) next 2 stitches (st). Slip stitch (sl st) in next stitch (st). Fasten off.

NOTE: The reason for the slip stitches at the beginning of a row is so that you do not have an obvious line where the rows are joined.


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