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Crochet Coasters: Perfect for Beginners
Crochet coasters are among the easiest patterns to make. At their simplest, they are just circles (or squares or even hexagons), allowing you to play with stitches and texture worked in the round. As you will see with these coaster crochet patterns, you can create crochet coasters that reflect every season or holiday, favorite hobbies and decor style, just by changing the colors and design details and adding edging or stitching. Crochet coasters add style to your table, showcase the theme of parties, and make great gift sets. You can also use coaster patterns to make motifs that can be used in bunting or as wall art.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Crochet doughnuts are really popular and of course they are perfect for the kitchen so they make great coasters. Choose a fun, free crochet pattern that includes instructions to make a holder for the coasters when they aren't in use.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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Fruit CoastersContinue to 4 of 16 below.
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What's really great about a kiwi coaster pattern is that you can change the colors on this simple pattern and have an entirely different, creative, crochet coaster.Continue to 5 of 16 below.
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School Days Coaster
Make crochet coasters that are great for back-to-school patterns and end-of-year teachers' gifts. They are available for sale through Ravelry.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Filet Crochet CoastersContinue to 7 of 16 below.
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Tapestry Crochet Coaster Set
Filet crochet is hardly the only technique for making crochet coasters. Tapestry crochet is another great option for a set of coasters that complement one another.Continue to 8 of 16 below.
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Simple crochet circles can easily be made to look like animals simply by adding a face. One pattern–available to download free on Ravelry–is a groundhog crochet pattern that will make your party guests smile as they set their cups down.Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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The tiniest little addition of triangles can make a circle look like a kitten! This crochet pattern, which includes written instructions as well as a symbol chart, is for sale on Ravelry. Make these with or without the cute bow!Continue to 10 of 16 below.
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Plarn CoastersContinue to 12 of 16 below.
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Mud Cloth Crochet Coasters
The mud cloth crochet pattern is inspired by a bold tribal-inspired design. Although it looks intricate, the designer says that these coasters are simple enough for beginner crocheters.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Mandala Wheel Coasters
Crochet designer Megan Hocking shares, "Mandala coasters remind me of an old ship's wheel and are reminiscent of summer days in the sun." She suggests playing with color changes, including working them in only one solid color. She sells the pattern through Ravelry, where she also sells several other great coaster crochet patterns.Continue to 14 of 16 below.
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X crochet coasters have an original shape that is accented by an X that develops across it as you work the color changes and spaces. This is another design that really works all year round in any setting. It is made using only simple single and double crochet stitches.Continue to 16 of 16 below.
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Color Burst Coaster
The terrific texture on a color burst crochet coaster pattern makes for a great cushion for your glass. This free pattern can be worked in lots of different colors! It is also a great free flower crochet pattern.