20 Free Crochet Coaster Patterns

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Looking for a quick project? A gift for a friend or co-worker? Want to use up your scrap yarn? Crochet Coasters are a perfect solution! Check out these 20 Free Coaster Patterns.

This week’s FCPF (Free Crochet Pattern Friday) Category is: Crochet Coasters

Looking for a quick project? A gift for a friend or co-worker? Want to use up your scrap yarn? Crochet Coasters are a perfect solution! Check out these 20 Free Coaster Patterns.

20 Free Crochet Coaster Patterns

1. Coasters and Coaster Basket by Patterns for Crochet

2. Crochet daisy/flower coaster by Kinga Erdem

3. Nautical Crochet Coasters by Tamara Kelly

4. Crochet Coasters by Annemaries Haakblog

5. Sunny Days Coaster by Janet McMahon

6. Jute Coasters by Mamachee

7. Large Flower Motif / Coaster by Jessie Rayot

8. Free Crochet Coaster Pattern by Corina Gray

9. Amazing Grace Summer Crochet Coaster Set by Beatrice Ryan Designs

10. Rainbow Vermicelli Coasters by zelna olivier

11. Chain Stitch Coasters by Sarah Zimmerman

12. Happy Sun Coasters by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

13. Nil Mal Crochet Coaster by Erangi Udeshika

14. Encircled Heart Coaster by Kim Guzman

15. Pumpkin Coaster – Mug Coaster by Sara Sach

16. Crocheted Cupcake Coasters by Louis Mensinger

17. Felted Coasters by shmugusta

18. Simple Flower Coaster by ChiWei Ranck

19. Poinsettia Drink Coasters by Joanne Loh

20. Coffee flower coasters by Elena Fedotova

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3 Comments

  1. Hi Rhonda, just a quick note to say thank you for your blog. I enjoy reading it, thank you, also for the free patterns, and teaching a new stitch. I’m an old dog when it comes to crocheting. Since April of last year I have several new stitches through your blog and others. May I suggest something to be featured in future blogs? I don’t understand all the different types of yarn. Would you consider having a segment explaining the different types of yarn, what they are good for making crafts with, and what is the difference between regular and alpaca wool? What are acrylic yarns and what type of projects they are good for? I have a lot of questions.
    I’m teaching my first crochet class in 2 weeks to girls ranging in age 8-15. I would hope I can get them interested3 in crocheting. I would like to have information about different yarns. The instructor for the sewing class these girls are in has asked me to do this class. I am hoping that there is enough interest by the girls and their mothers for me to maybe have my own crocheting class. Well I have rattled on long enough.
    Thank you.

  2. Hi Teri, I’m looking but having trouble finding any! Surprising since most bars are more oval in shape! Here are a couple possibles – not exactly what you are looking for though 🙁
    https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spa-scrubs
    https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/vanity-basket-trio

    ** this one looks promising ** https://www.garnstudio.com/pattern.php?id=3639&cid=19

    7-7 might work here: https://web.archive.org/web/20210304090020/https://gosyo.co.jp/english/pattern/eHTML/container.html

    I will keep my eyes open 🙂
    Rhondda

  3. Do you have any directions for oval soap dish, soap coasters?

    Thank you,
    Teri S.