This crochet pattern for the beginner linen stitch coaster works up quickly and it is a wonderful way to practice. If you are new to crochet, then this simple pattern is for you. This crochet pattern is chocked full of crochet tutorials to help you master this project. There are video tutorials for crochet stitches, crocheting over yarn ends, color charts, as well as, some photo tutorials. Further, there are other crochet project ideas using this crochet stitch. Today, I used yarns that had a bit more earth tones in them. This pattern will lend itself well to both a solid color or variegated yarn. The coasters have been made with just one color of yarn, as well, as altering a few of the rows of color to change up the look. When crocheting coaster, I find that cotton yarn works the best. It is sturdy and washes up well too.
If you love making crochet hearts, you will surely enjoy making these Crochet Heart Coasters. They are made in a circle or heart shaped, with pretty lace details to form tiny hearts around the edge. The Heart Coaster Free Crochet Pattern makes a lovely handmade gift for Valentine’s Day, and it is quick to make. Multi-purpose Heart coaster that could be used all year long. You can make your crochet heart coasters in a single colour, or as many colors as you wish. You can use any yarn weight and matching hook you have in your stash. We have included both free and paid pattern below. Choose the pattern below to get started. Thanks below designers for sharing these crochet patterns. The link for the pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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It’s the Holiday Season and it is time for a crochet simple snowflake coaster pattern. Make one in less than 30 minutes and that includes sewing in the yarn ends. Go ahead and rest that mug of holiday cocoa on a pretty handmade coaster. This free crochet coaster pattern is simple and not as cold as the real thing. There is a 2 part video tutorial on all 4 rounds of this crochet coaster; including the magic circle and how to weave in ends. Quickly crochet these snowflakes in the morning and be ready for a party in the afternoon or evening. If you are like me, you always want to make sure that the hostess has something special, too. Four Rounds and the snowflake is done.
This floral motif has become one of my favorites over the years because it is so versatile, but for this Spring, I wanted to create a set of simple, pretty, cheery little coasters. They are made with simple stitches, making this a good beginner project. They work up quickly, which make them excellent for last minute gifts or craft fair makes. They are also perfect for scrap yarn. And while they're listed as coasters, you could work them in any weight yarn with respective hook, and use them for all kinds of things
If you’ve already made swirl and roller coasters, why not put in a little additional effort and crochet a holder? Simply, wow, this set of coasters and a holding basket is out of this world, and definitely giftable.
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This cute coaster works up like magic! Using the magic potholder technique, you'll crochet a double layered coaster that magically shapes itself into a square using just one continuous round. The thick cotton yarn is very absorbent, and durable, making it perfect for a coaster. These little crochet coasters are just the thing for quick gifts for teachers, Valentines, or housewarming trinkets, because they're both practical and customizable to any tastes! Once you make one, you'll be hooked- pun intended.