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Crochet Owl Coaster

This cute owl patten was meant to be an applique, but there is no reason you can’t use it as an animal coaster for small glasses. You can also add a round or two to make in slightly bigger.

Crochet Owl Coaster 
The full article about the pattern and the photos are at Love The Blue Bird blog:

Crochet Owl Coaster

More info about lower project photographed here.


Spiked Glasses Case: Crochet Pattern

A simple decreasing stitch creates a lot of raised surface texture for this quick and easy crochet project! This design is worked front he bottom up, starting with a chain foundation, then continues with solid single crochet stitches in continuous rounds! An interesting difference in this pattern is that it can be worked in so many different color combinations: solid, variegated, stripes, color blocking - make it your own! The Spiked Glasses Case is a great design to crochet because: This is a very quick project to work up! These make great gifts for men, women, boys and girls! This project uses very little yarn, so it’s a great stash-buster! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: yarn fiber substitution (cotton, wool, acrylic), continuous rounds, color changes, spiked decrease stitch, gauge & size, finishing techniques & more! Spiked Glasses Case: Crochet Pattern

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Sheep Coaster

Baa baa flat sheep, have you got any  java? Indeed it does, and this animal coaster  is a wonderful way of transforming an animal that’s round and fluffy into a flat disk that supports your  morning cuppa. Lastly, they would also make a wonderful present for a housewarming or a summer visit with friends you haven’t seen for a while.

Sheep Coaster 
The full article about the pattern and the photos are here:

Amelia the Sheep Coaster – visit the free EN pattern site or here. Yarn details from the first set of photos you will find here.

Turtle Coaster

To expand on the subjec, this animal coaster is a smallish 4” round creature that’s warming its back with your coffee. Due to the small bits, it’s definitely a great project for “bustin’ the stash” of pesky yarn ends.

Turtle Coaster 
The full article about the pattern and the photos are here:
Turtle Coaster

more info about project photographed on Ravelry.

Crochet Peacock Tail Feather Coaster or Applique Free Pattern

  • Designed by: Christa Veenstra

This pattern will be perfect if you’re looking for something exotic and original! This amazing Crochet Peacock Tail Feather Coaster or Applique will look stunning no matter which color you choose! It will looks awesome in modern living room for example.

Crochet Peacock Tail Feather Coaster or Applique Free Pattern

PHOTOS by Christa Veenstra / Ravelry.com

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Blessed Three Star Coaster

Blessed Three Star Coaster is a great first project to learn Tunisian crochet in the round technique using double ended hook. It works up fast, which makes it a great last minute gift idea and perfect stash-busting option. The best results are achieved by selecting similar colours. The Blessed Three Star Coaster is worked in the round, with FP worked facing RS and RP facing WS. Each round is worked in smaller increments with adding as many lps on the hook as possible (FP), turning the work around and working the lps off to last 3 lps (RP) from the opposite side of the hook. It is crucial to use a stitch marker to mark 1st st of each rnd and move it up with each consecutive rnd. The st count refers to the number of lps per round.

Blessed Three Star Coaster

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