I like my coasters in single crochet cotton. I think it makes them really absorbent (because who wants that icy glass to get water all over your tables). If you are like me, nothing quite says summer like watermelon. The days get longer. It’s time for bare feet, shorts and sunshine. And when you head to the store, there is the most enormous box of whole watermelons that you’ve ever seen and then you know… you know… summer is truly here. If you liked my citrus coasters, you might just like what I’ve got for you today.. crochet watermelon coasters!
Mmm citrus...If you’ve made some my crochet citrus coasters, you may be looking for something extra special to store them in. Here’s the perfect thing: a Crochet Coaster Box with Lid. It is so easy and fun. The best part? You can use the scraps from the citrus coasters to make it! This little ray of sunshine is sure to light up the room and put a smile on your face! Let's get started!
Mandala symbols have their origins in Hinduism, where they represent the universe.
Crochet mandalas gorgeous circle patterns are just now too much raging out in the crochet world. This Magic Water Lily Mandala Free Crochet Pattern is amazingly beautiful. It will suit a wide variety of interior styles. There are so many different ways they can be used. Some untraditional ways to use these mandalas could be enlarging them and making them into vests or sweaters. You can also use them as potholders, table decorations, coasters, sew them to a cushion or hang them on a wall. I am sure this pattern can bring some exquisite and colorful changes in your home decor.
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Brighten-up your slice of life with this brightly colored rug. It adds a warm welcome to your front door, or makes a cozy rug to stand on as you cook. Lily Sugar’n Cream gives you so many shades that inspire so many playful variations. Imagine it as a warming gift for any new home.
The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on yarnspirations.com:
And then.. this watermelon cup cozy. I love it. I’m not sure if its the contrast between the bright pink and green goodness against the white cup. Or perhaps it reminds me of the fleeting summer and the happy time I spent crocheting it. It makes me smile when I see it. For as much as I’ve looked at cup cozies, this is my first go at making one. And you know what? It is is the easiest thing ever! I think you will love how easy it comes together. Let’s get started on this juicy deliciousness!
These easy crochet coasters are the perfect things to brighten up your summertime spread. Make them in different colors and set them out for your next barbecue!
As the designer says, "these fun, scalloped coasters are great for any season! Make them in fun spring/summer colors to save your tables from rings or dress up a picnic! They work up fast in just 5 rounds and use very little yarn - a great stash buster!