This crochet coaster pattern not only has a pretty lace, but it is also beginner-friendly, thus making it great for everyone to enjoy!
Crochet coasters are great for the kitchen table, coffee tables or at your desk. They don't require much yarn, making them great for cleaning up your odds and ends after making dishcloths and dish towels for your kitchen.
This is a simple coaster with a pretty edge. It’s perfect for a coffee mug, but could also be used under a vase and other decorative items.
This beginner-friendly coaster pattern is the perfect pattern to clean up your leftover cottons.
These floral coasters are perfect for the spring and Easter holidays. Plus, they are beginner friendly!
Although shown in Christmas colors, this coaster pattern be crochet in any colors to match your home or any other season!
This crochet cactus coaster is the perfect gift for anyone who loves plants, and their morning coffee! It works up quick and makes for a nice stashbuster.
This coaster is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table setting. It could also be used for a nice applique or window decoration.
These coasters are not only beginner friendly, but they are also great stashbusters. Better yet, you can never have too many!
This Thanksgiving turkey coaster is perfect for the table, your desk or as part of any decoration throughout the home.
Brighten up your home with these sunshine coasters! They are easy to make, and can be used throughout the home.
Make this bear coaster to go with your morning coffee or use it as an applique for a baby blanket.
This cheerful coaster pattern measures 6 inches across, making it perfect for your cups, and also as a small doily around the home.
If you love the knit-look, Tunisian crochet is an easy way to mimic that. These beautiful coasters will look great on any table as pretty doily coaster.
This crochet floral coaster requires only a small amount of yarn, making it great for using up the smallest amounts of cotton scraps.
This floral coaster can be used for so many things, from protecting your table from your coffee cup to a doily for your vase.
With a little math, this border pattern is perfect for all your table mats from coasters to placemats and table runners.
With the pretty lace in this coaster pattern you could also use this as a dainty little doily for a small vase of flowers.
The red makes this coaster so perfect for the holiday table setting, but you can use this throughout the year and also join the motifs for many other projects as well.
These sunshine coasters are worked up in a yellow to resemble the sun. They feature a beautifully scalloped edge for the sun’s rays. However, you can just as easy crochet them up in any other colors to match your dining room décor.
This decorative coaster is not only beginner friendly, but it’s also the perfect pattern to help you clean up your yarn stash.
This looks like the perfect placemat for the boys, farmers and anyone who enjoys the harvest season. The pattern also includes a pumpkin coaster.
Are you in need of another stashbuster? Look no further than this one because you can never have too many coasters! They also make for great scrubbies and gift ideas!
This coaster features the honor guard symbol, making it a great gift for those in the military, or for anyone who has family in the military.
This coaster is the perfect way to use up cotton scraps!
Bring some spring theme on to your table with this pretty Loopy Spring Coaster. The pattern is very easy and you can make one in time at all.
These stylish crochet coasters are a great way to use up left-over yarn!
The Juliet Coaster is a free crochet coaster pattern with a feminine touch.
This coaster is a super quick pattern, thanks to the super bulky T-Shirt yarn.
This crochet coaster pattern features a fun texture making it perfect for any dining table or your office desk.
Easter will be here before we know it. But there’s still plenty of time to crochet some Bunny Themed projects.
Crochet circle to square coasters with this fun Hit the Spot pattern.
This simple lace coaster works up quick and easy in just three rounds.
The Sand Dollar Coasters were first published in Happily Hooked Magazine in 2018.
This cute little coaster is perfect for Thanksgiving, using very little yarn you can get this coaster whipped up in no time.
The tshirt yarn gives this tablemat bulk and a wonderful texture to look at.
This coaster pattern is nice and solid in the middle with laced edge, making it a great protector for your table while adding a bit of decor as well.
This easy clover pattern can be made with just about any yarn and the coordinating hook.
With the holidays around the corner, a set of Super Simple Hexagon Coasters make a great gift idea!
These little alien (or skull, depending on what you see) coasters are a fun make for any time of the year!
By making a circle in crochet you can learn to make many items.