Sunny Day Coaster

Sunny Day Coaster

Sunny Day Coaster
Sunny Day Coaster

"Create these cute Sunny Day crochet coasters! The coaster works in the round and has a delightful shell boarder resembling the sun. Very cute for Summer! This project uses a size H crochet hook and 100% cotton yarn (I used Peaches & Creme in “Sunshine”. 1, 2.5 oz. skein makes 5 coasters. The finished coaster measures 5″ X 5″. A fun coaster sure to brighten up any table. Quick to work up. Enjoy the free pattern!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Summers nearly here, and you can never have enough coasters for those picnics and parties. This cute design would be perfect for a hostess giftyou just need to work up a small basket or you could tie a stack together with contrasting ribbon. Our local farmers markets are beginning to open again, and craft booths are always welcome additions to the other homegrown goodies.

In a couple of the photos the color looks pale. I am assuming it is the more saturated yellow, which is a good thing. I would almost like to add a slip stitch border all the way around in a bright orange for contrast. A set of five is an odd amount, so buy two skeins of the cotton and make 10 -)

Coasters are such a great way to protect your furniture from scratches. They can also be used as facial scrubbers or other ways around the house. These are so bright and sunny that I see how they got their name. Make sure to use cotton yarn as it is the most absorbent.

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