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Quick and Easy Coasters

By: Susan from handcraftingwithlove.net

Crochet these fun coasters in three different colors. Sport weight yarn is used and you'll love having them out for your guests.

Intermediate

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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These little pinwheels are adorable. I like to keep coasters around to protect the surfaces in my home. Having a stack of these will make sure I can make that happen. I would never have thought of making these in different colors. So long as the colors match the decor, the sky is the limit.

Yep! I would have to agree that these are quick and easy coasters. What's wrong with that? Sometimes we need quick and easy so that we can feel like we have accomplished something. I would guess the intermediate level is given just because of the stitches used. I would think a quick google search will help you find how to create both the beginning cluster stitch and the cluster stitch.

Because these have holes all over them, I think I would experiment with ways to add a backing. One idea is simple, and that is to crochet a solid circle in the same color to match, that way the coaster would be double thick. You'd have to join them together, of course. Another idea is to cut a round piece of felt to adhere with dots of fabric glue. Another idea is to glue around the edges of the yarn and stick it to a round cut piece of cork.

Quick and Easy is the perfect description for this project. There are a couple of special stitches (Beginning Cluster and Cluster), but these are well explained in the instructions. This is a very short pattern, and there arent any photos, but once youve worked through it, it seems simple enough. If you changed colors each round, it would also form a nice little mandala.

I love the idea behind this pattern. Way too awesome! But I must wonder what these coasters would look like if I worked them using this pattern and simply used variegated yarn, the multi-colored kind! Bet they would look very lovely. I also really like the use of 2 (fine) yarn, or sport yarn, which probably would result in a little bit less bulky look. Can't wait to try out some ideas with this one!

Thank you very much. It worked. N

This dint help me, I dont know what "Cntl" mrans. Cant find it No where on my key-board, Please help NG

After pulling up the pattern, click on the Control key (should be the large key at the bottom left of your keyboard) and the letter "p" - that should print your pattern....

P.S. The key should be labeled "Ctrl" not Cntl - my mistake...

I realy like these, but cant get the pattern to print. Nancy

I was able to print the entire pattern by clicking "Cntl" "P"...... None of the info. on each side printed...just the pattern.

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