We have a strong feeling you’re going to fall in love with these crochet flower coasters. Actually, scratch that, we know you’re going to go wild for these… Everyone please welcome Yvonne Eijkenduijn. She seems a little shy, but seriously she is behind one of the prettiest and most beautiful blogs we have ever seen, Yvestown. Definitely take a look once you’ve crocheted up your floral coasters using her free pattern! These crochet flower coasters are a great beginner project since they’re small and easy to complete. Make them in a selection of colours and serve them with homemade lemonade and a stripy straw for pure perfection.
If you are new to crochet then don’t worry you can still make these crochet flower coasters. Just head over to our crochet for beginners guide and our best crochet hooks round up. Both these articles will show you all the equipment, techniques, and materials you need to make your crochet flower coasters.
You will need
- Cotton 8
- 3.0 – 3.5 mm hook
You can use any other lightweight yarn, but if you get thicker yarn the pattern will not have the same proportions. Make sure you check out our crochet abbreviations and conversion chart if you’re from America!
Crochet flower coaster tutorial
You Will Need
- Crochet hook
6 ch and join with sl st to form a ring.
2 ch, 23 dc round into the ring, close with a sl st (total of 24 dc)
4 ch (counts as 1 dc + 2 ch) 1 dc in the closing sl st of the previous row
1 ch * skip 2 ch, in the next ch: 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, 1 ch * Repeat 7x from * to *. Close round with a sl st in the 2nd ch (of 4 ) of the start.
2 ch (counts as 1 dc), 1 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc under the 2 ch of the previous row, 1 sc under the 1 ch * 2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc as before, 1 sc as before *. Reapeat 7 x from * to *. Close with a sl st in 2nd ch (of 2) of the start.
Now build up with ch as before, directly 3 dc, 1 ch, 3 dc under the 2 ch of the previous row, 1 sc to the left and right of the sc of the previous row. Repeat 8 x and close with a sl st in the 1st ch of the previous row. Bind off.
And there you have it, it really is that easy. Your crochet flower coasters are complete and ready for your afternoon tea. Big thanks to Yvonne for sharing this beautiful crochet pattern with us at Mollie Makes. Don’t forget to take a trip on over to Yvestown for a feast of inspiration. For more fun crochet projects check out our free amigurumi crochet patterns and free granny square patterns. They’ll keep you entertained for hours.
One last pretty photo: crochet flower coasters perfection!