HOW TO CROCHET A CUTE CIRCLE COASTER

I have been wanting some coasters for our dining room table and desk. The wrap stitch is the same as the one I used for my EASY ROUND DISH SCRUBBY PATTERN and I liked it so much I tried it out on a coaster using cotton yarn. You could absolutely use acrylic, I personally prefer cotton because it absorbs better IMO. 

SIZE –

This coaster is on the smaller side. It is approximately 5 inches wide. You can make it bigger by using two cotton yarn strands held together if you’d like. The pattern is so simple that it makes for a quick project to use as decor in your home too!

The wooden beads were a last-minute decision and I am happy I did add them! You can even use charms if you want, I think that would be cute too!

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media!

Please no sharing pictures or patterns are allowed. Feel free to make as many to sell and gift. I just ask to give credit to Ariana Hall. Thank you

Tan coasters with a pink mug and succulent in the back.Materials-

  • H – 5.00mm crochet hook
  • cotton yarn (preferred) weight 4 – I used Antique cream from Hobby Lobby
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • stitch marker – I used a strand of yarn
  • Wooden beads (optional)

Materials for crochet, scissors, yarn and crochet hook.

ABBREVIATIONS:
  • CH – chain
  • ST – stitch
  • MC – magic circle (magic ring)
  • Sl ST – slip stitch
  • HDC – half double crochet
  • DC – double crochet

Notes-

  • This coaster is worked flat and in the round for just the 3 first rounds after that, you will be joining at the end of each round.
  • I finished this coaster with a wooden bead but that is optional, looks great with or without. 🙂
  • You will be working in the 3rd loop of the previous HDC stitches to create that knit look in round 5.
  • Chain 3 does not count as a stitch.
  • Gauge – At the end of Round 3 circle measured 2.25 inches wide. If you’d like a slightly bigger yarn use two strands held together. I will update you on this.
SPECIAL STITCHES:

Wrap around stitch –  Begin by making a DC in the space mentioned, yarn over, and insert your hook around the double crochet stitch post facing you, yarn over and pull up a loop. Do this 3 more times, you should have 9 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull the yarn through all 9 loops. DO NOT CHAIN after making this special stitch.

PATTERN: 

Make a Magic circle and CH 3.  HOW TO MAKE A MAGIC CIRCLE VIDEO TUTORIAL

Round 1 – 10 HDC in MC.  (10)

Round 2 – 2 HDC in each stitch to the end. (20)

Round 3 – *HDC in 1, HDC INC in the next. Repeat from * to the end. (30)

Round 4 – *HDC in 2, HDC INC in the next. Repeat from * to the end. Join to the first st, Chain 1. (40)

Round 5 – HDC in the 3rd loop of each previous HDC st. Join in the first HDC made. Chain 3. (40)

Round 6 – DC in the same space as the chain 3, DC in the next st, Wrap stitch in the next. (see special stitch above) *DC in the next two stitches, Wrap stitch in the next. Repeat from * to the end. You will end the round with one DC. Sl St to the first DC made and fasten off. Weave in the ends.

 

 

Round crochet coaster and blue crochet hook.
Working in the 3rd loop in the back of the previous HDC st.
Crocheting a tan crochet circle pattern.
Starting on the wrap-around stitch.
Crocheting a tan crochet circle pattern.
insert your hook around the double crochet stitch post facing you, yarn over, and pull up a loop.
Crocheting a tan crochet circle pattern making a special stitch
Do the wrap around the DC st total of 4 times. 9 loops on hook.
Crocheting a tan crochet circle pattern making a wrap stitch
Yarn over and pull through all 9. Do not chain.
Making a double crochet stitch next.
Two DC in the next two stitches.
Crochet circle coaster finished.
Finished coaster. Ended with a DC st in the last st space.
Crochet coaster finished with a wooden bead
Add a wooden bead where you fastened off.

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media!

Please no sharing pictures or patterns are allowed. Feel free to make as many to sell and gift. I just ask to give credit to Ariana Hall. Thank you

Happy Crocheting!

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