Crochet Coasters

Cyndee Kromminga
Crochet Coasters

Crocheted coasters are a wonderful option if you need a quick gift or an easy way to jazz up your decor. These coaster patterns are great projects for a new or experienced crocheter as the stitches are basic. Click on the pattern photos below to download the printable Adobe files.

Crochet Clothesline Coasters

The thickness of this crocheted clothesline coaster will provide double-duty protection for use with both hot mugs and cold beverages.

Pattern Tips

Give these tips a try to personalize your clothesline coasters.

  • A small amount of hot glue is all that is needed to start the center ring of the clothesline coaster as it only needs to be held in place until the you have stitched over it. If a glue gun is not available, a few stitches with a needle and thread can be substituted.
  • Bulky yarn can be substituted for the two strands of worsted weight.
  • Turn your coaster into a trivet or table mat by continuing the pattern of the round increases until the trivet is the size you want.

Crochet Checkerboard Coasters

Add little country accents to your home while using these charming checkerboard coasters with a glass of iced tea or chilled lemonade.

Pattern Tips

Change up the look of these coasters with simple swaps and additions.

  • Substitute your own color preferences for your checkerboard design.
  • Swap the yarn colors on half of your coasters so you'll have a set with two different but coordinating looks.
  • Attach several checkerboard coasters together to create a table runner to match your coasters.

More Free Coaster Patterns

Coasters can be made to fit any home decor style, holiday or theme. Here are a few more patterns that you will want to add to your pattern library.

  • This easy watermelon coaster pattern by Lakeview Cottage Kids will have you dreaming of the warm sunny days of summer.
  • Great for all skill levels, The Green Dragonfly features a doily flower coaster pattern. This beautiful lacy coaster is perfect for Mother's Day or gifts for your favorite gal pals.
  • These apple coasters from Lally Lou Lou will make adorable back-to-school teacher gifts or whip up a batch for fall. This is another easy pattern.
  • Petals to Picots offers an upcycled fabric crochet coaster using fabric scraps. She also shares the trick to making the fabric yarn. This is a no-cost pattern, and it is suitable for a crochet beginner.

Yarn Basket Scrap-Busting

When you're finished with large projects, those leftover balls of yarn usually get relegated to the yarn basket. Crocheted coasters are the perfect game plan for using up those tiny bits.

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Crochet Coasters