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Colorful Coasters

By: Svetla Tsvetkova from themagicofcrafting.com

Colorful Coasters
Colorful Coasters

"Renew your kitchen with these new colorful coasters/hotpads or even dishcloths in different colours. This is fast crochet project where you can use any scrap yarn left from other projects. The stitch used is linked treble crochet - this is very easy stitch even for beginners, there is detailed photo tutorial how to make it. The finished size is 4x4in (10x10cm). Instead of coasters you may use them as solid granny squares for afghan or any other suitable project."

Easy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeNot important for this project

Finished Size4x4in (10x10cm)

Materials List

  • Yarn in various colours
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

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This was an intriguing project. Ive never worked the Linked Triple Crochet before, and Im always happy to learn a new stitch! This was MUCH easier than I thought. Working the stitch reminds me of the Tunisian, except that its only a couple of stitches and vertical instead of horizontal. The result is one side very solid and the other side a mini basket weave. I really liked this stitch, and Ill be looking for more projects using it.

I adore the saturated pastel colors used in this pattern. The white trim around the outside really makes the colors pop. These work up quickly, for a night in front of the television. Great stacked together and wrapped with ribbon to be given as a housewarming gift! I haven't done those stitches before, but I would have no problems doing it because she gives great directions on her page.

I love this pattern. This is definitely a good way to use up the small amount of yarn left over from larger projects. I will be making these coaster for for BF who try brought a house or a few for my new home. Wonderful gift.

These are such a simple kitchen must-have for everyone! I can see the different bright, bold colors looking really nice set all around a kitchen table. Since these are so simple, you can be sure that anyone would love them as a housewarming gift!

I love this idea and think they look really lovely. But my one concern is if you don't use 100% wool yarn, if you put something quite hot on them (ie use them as to put a dish out of the oven on) would the polyester or acrylic yarn end up melting? Has anyone made this with less than 1005 wool yarn and has it been okay?

These are great coasters or mug rugs. Love the variety of colors used. There are lots of pictures posted with this awesome pattern. I think that these could be easily enlarged to the size of a matching dishcloth. These would also look great on your dining room table with matching placemats.

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