Crocheted Coasters Pattern

June 19, 2013

As many of you know I am making dishcloths for the 52 Weeks of Dishcloths.  I have a lot of yarn left over from making the dishcloths.  I don't want to keep using the same yarn for each one so I came up with the idea to make crocheted coasters with the left over yarn.

Here is a Crocheted Coaster I made out of kitchen cotton yarn.

For the yarn I used Martha Stewart cotton hemp yarn in the color Peacock.

I love the way the coaster came out and this is easy and fast to crochet.  I have an easy crocheted coaster patten to share with you.  How about making coasters for the summer?  The pattern was given to me by Maggie @BeachPlumStore who is on twitter.

Crocheted Coaster Pattern

Crochet hook - size I - 5 1/2mm
Yarn used - Martha Stewart Crafts cotton hemp
Color yarn - Peacock

sl st - slip stitch
ch - chain
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet
sts - stitches

1) Chain 5, sl st to join to make circle, ch 1
2) sc 7 times in ring, ch 1
3) sc 2 times in each st, ch 2
4) hdc 2 times in each st, ch 2
5) *dc 2 in next 2 sts, dc 1 in next st* - repeat all the way around

Note:  If it is starting to get too bunched up, drop a stitch by only 1 in each st, instead of 2.  (Try and make it lay flat).

This is made in US terminology.

* These coasters can be made with any color yarn to go with the different holidays of the year!



  1. wow that yarn color is so pretty! What a great way to use up leftover yarn. I also love to crochet. I found you through crochet happy. I'm your newest follower. :)

    1. Hello and thanks so much and welcome to my blog!

  2. I love these and it looks easy enough....I might even be able to make one! I may give it a try! Thanks for sharing! I love pretty blues! hugs

  3. Thanks so much and it is pretty easy to make! Good luck and take care!

  4. Great coaster and I love the color! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  5. LOvely!Thanks so much for sharing the idea! Would love to have you visit me sometime.
    Have a fabulous weekend and week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft

  6. An excellent idea to use up leftover yarn :) Thank you for linking up at "Link & Share Wednesdays" Julie :) The yarn looks lovely to work with - I've never tried that kind -
    Thank you again,

  7. Thanks for sharing you coaster on this weeks Monday Funday. I love the peacock color that you used. These would make a great gift done in matching and contrasting colors.

  8. Very nice. I am part of the Linky group and still feel my way around. Happy to meet you!

  9. Love your coaster pattern, Julie, and the peacock-colored yarn is beautiful! Thank you for sharing this at my link-a-long on the Go Crochet Crazy blog!

  10. One can never have enough coaster, especially when you have a big family that likes to leave their glasses sitting around (even when they are not supposed to, lol).
    By the way it is nice to meet you and hope to talk to you again.
    Please come and join my Link-Yourself Monday party:

  11. I LOVE making coasters! They are great for so many little things too like soaking up a spill or cleaning your face with.
    Thanks for sharing with us at our last Yarn Fanatic Linky Party, and I hope you'll be stopping by to party with us again real soon.
    #27 is live -

  12. Your coasters make a perfect homemade gift, and I love the color of that yarn! Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty link Party this week! Pinned!


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