Sometimes, I feel like making some quick projects as gifts for loved ones. This easy free crochet coaster pattern has been my go to as it works up fast and in no time, I have beautiful Textured Coasters as gift.
This crochet Coaster would teach you a quick technique to archiving beautiful texture. Talking about this unique method, I’ve made few patterns using same method and the finished look is such a site to behold. Checkout my Purple bloom Blanket and My Versatile Pretty in purple Shawl worn as a Vest here
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Materials for this Free Coaster Pattern
Stylecraft Special Aran, #4 light weight (100% Acrylic, 322 yards/295 m per 3.5 oz/100g Ball)
Color A – Mustard
Color B – White
Estimated Total Yardage
30 yards for Color A
40 Yards for Color B
Hook and other Materials
– US Size H/8 (5 mm) Crochet Hook
– Darning needle
Gauge – 15 sts over 8 rows = 10 cm/4” made in dc.
Gauge is not crucial to this project.
– Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
– Similar #4 weight yarn can be substituted
– Chains at the beginning of the rows counts as a stitch.
– You are welcome to use any other colors but a minimum of 2 colors would make the pattern pop beautifully.
– Difficulty level – Intermediate
– Terms – US Terminology
– Stitch Abbreviations
– Chain(s) – ch(s)
– Double crochet – dc
Finished Measurements = 5” by 4” without the fringes, Fringes = 1”
The pattern is worked in 2 different sections, first is the Filet and second is Weaving of the chains made through the filet section, section 3 adds the fringes.
Section 2: Weaving in your chains
You can decide to complete the first section and then weave your chains through.
Section 1: Filet
Row 1: With A, ch 27, dc in 5th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next ch, rep from * to end. turn. 13 dc, 12 ch 1 sp
Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), skip next ch sp, dc in next st, *ch 1, skip ch sp, dc in next st, rep from * to last ch 1 sp, ch 1, skip ch sp, dc in last st, turn. 13 dc, 12 ch 1 sp
Rows 3 – 10: Rep Row 2.
Section 2: Weaving
Leave a tail of 2”, Ch 25, leave about 2” of yarn, cut yarn.
Make 9 more separate chains, set aside.
Thread the beginning 2” through a darning needle, pass the darning needle *below 1 dc and over the next Dc, repeat from * to end of the row
Repeat this step with each row.
To secure the chains, sew the 2” left on either side of the chains to each end of the Row.-
Section 3: FringesCut out 40 pieces of 10” of yarn (depending on how long you want your fringes to be)
Pick 2 and fold into half.
Pass your hook through the last st on each row. Fig 5.
Slip the yarn (fringe) and the (tail – 2”) left from the chains through the hook.
Make a slip knot to secure the fringe alongside the 2” left from the chain.
Repeat the process for each row.
Trim off excess yarn.
Sew in Ends.
I hope you love your own Bloom Mug Rug? I can’t wait to see what you make from this free crochet coaster pattern. Do tag me with your makes.