Snowflake Coasters


Snowflake Coasters

Snowflake Coasters
Snowflake Coasters

If you've ever cringed when you've seen someone placing a glass or cup directly on your wood table, then these Snowflake Coasters are for you. The delightful crochet coasters feature a delicate snowflake design complete with a colorful center that you will love. The finished size provides plenty of coverage for most mugs, cups, bottles, and glasses, too. This crochet pattern is easy to make, so you could whip up a set of coasters for an impromptu holiday decoration. Consider making a duplicate set for a last-minute host or hostess gift this holiday season!

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size6 inches across at the widest point

Materials List

  • Red Heart Creme de la Creme – 71 yards (40 gm) is needed to complete a set of 4 coasters (for the contrasting centers, be sure to choose two different colors of yarn)
  • 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

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This is one of those patterns that are so obvious Im surprised I havent run across it before. I really like the idea of having each snowflake a different color because it would make identifying your beverage a lot easier. When your can or glass is sitting on the coaster, just the icy edges would be readily visible. Theres a free download at the bottom of the page, too.

Hands down, my favorite thing to do with my crochet during the holidays is to make all kinds of home accent pieces. For instance, table runners, centerpieces, coasters, placemats, pillow covers, and afghans! It gives such a homey look to my place. And I enjoy knowing that I did THAT all by myself. These snowflake coasters are no exception. If you scroll down to comments, click on the link (the left arrow) provided on the page, you can access the first part of the pattern, if you are looking around for that- since the pattern gets you started on the picot stitches. Just trying to clear up that confusion for anyone else.


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