Crochet coasters

Well it’s been a bit quiet here at the green dragonfly because we have just been away camping for the week, I’m right in the midst of mountains of washing, and loads of unpacking. Ill be back with some holiday pics tomorrow, but in the meantime I wanted to share another part of the present I made for my Mum for her birthday last week… some crochet coasters and a cute bowl to hold them in:

Crochet coasters fee patternI used a 3mm hook and 8ply cotton which made for a very firm fabric for the coasters.Crochet coasters free patternAnd, very importantly, colors Mum loves…

Crochet coasters free patternShe liked them and I was pleased with how they turned out… This is a lovely easy gift to make and I can see Ill be making more of these in the future. You can find the free pattern for the coasters here (I just made the bowl up as I went). Talk again soon! Janettexx


Edited to add that I have posted a photo tutorial for these coasters here:


64 thoughts on “Crochet coasters

  1. Carine says:

    Really nice. They were already in my to-do list for my mother also, but first I need to start another project for her, a square basket to put the cutlery in her drawer, as I want to use the leftovers. I like the idea to make also a small bowl to hold them. Thanks for sharing.
    BTW, have a look at I have just learned how to make an invisible join.
    Inspiration for the cutlery basket


  2. gentlestitches says:

    I love them and even though I am a keen crocheter, I never thought of such a good idea!!
    Definitely on my to do list but starting with a special one for myself.


  3. Yvonne says:

    Hi. This is very weird I have just made exactly the same thing – a set of coasters and a bowl to keep them in! I’ve just got to sewn in my ends and it’s finished. Mine are slightly different pattern and made with ecru craft cotton so not the beautiful colours you’ve used. BTW, I’ve just started following your blog and I LOVE it❀


  4. Jenny says:

    Oh they are just lovely! I only have a very basic knowledge of crochet but these would make me learn just so I could make some. What a lovely gift.


  5. Erin Thoele says:

    8 ply cotton yarn is hard to find here..naybe not here at all. I uaed sugar n cream and an f hook. On round 4, 5 dc per petal, and sc between the 2 and third dc in round below instead of in the same space as dcs. Worked out great. Thanks


  6. Char says:

    Hi Janette. I love the coasters and bowl pattern…I have been trying to find the pattern all morning…I would love to take this with me to the lake with me…I click on here and it sends me to a site and I look for pattern but it’s no where to be found….would be able to email it to me…thank you


  7. Crystal Wall says:

    I just finished 6 lovely coasters for my moms birthday at the end of Jan. Since I am new to crochet I have no clue how to make the bowl, which I am upset about. I just wasn’t thinking. Darn it. This was an easy pattern and it took me just a few hrs (with a few breaks) to make all 6. Thanks so much! You have a lovely blog. I follow and share.
    Crochet A Day In The Life


  8. lindaphillipsdeal says:

    Good morning. I looked through a few stores for some coasters to use on our new coffee table and couldn’t find any. Then it occurred to me that I could make some crocheted ones. I did a search on the ‘net and found your lovely pattern. After making the first coaster, I was “hooked”. I have four made and intend to make a couple more sets in coordinating colors. This pattern is quick, easy, and pretty. Thank you so much for sharing.


  9. Susan Dunn says:

    The link to the pattern leads to The link to the photo tutorial works fine though. Just wanted to let you know.

    And they really are lovely!


  10. carylouise says:

    Could you give us a hint? 8^) I’ll have to figure out the basket thing. I’ve made boatloads, ok a few, of the coasters. Thank you so much for posting it.


    • Janette says:

      Hi, just crochet a circle- keep adding each round until its slightly larger than the coasters. From this round on stop increasing and keep working in the round until its tall enough 😊


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