Sunday, July 18, 2010

Springtime Coasters Crochet Pattern - FREE

Click on download link below to get pattern.
And if you'd like to see a springtime coaster being made, Connie from Easy Video Crochet made a wonderful video tutorial for making these coasters.  You can see it here .  Thank you Connie!


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22 comments:

Scipio said...

I really love this pattern. I've been knitting for quite awhile but decided to try crochet when I saw these. I'm not quite sure what I did but I somehow managed to make one with 10 petals...it still looks quite nice though! :D

mary said...

These are so cute to make for gifts for my friends to use on their patio tables. They look like pretty flowers and they seem like they can be made very quickly. Thanks for the pattern.

Mary said...

They are adorable...Crochet is my passion....Thanks...

carolann said...

I Love them, I made ten coasters and i am wondering how can I put them together to make a throw or long doilie. Do you know how to attach them (Directions?) Thanks

Doni said...

Carolann,
Thank you, I'm glad you like these. :) And no, I'm sorry I've never tried to put them together to make anything else, so I don't have any instructions on that.
Doni

Anonymous said...

Thank you Doni, I will work on attaching them & If it comes out nice I'll let you know. Thanks again for the pattern to get me started.
Carolann

Anonymous said...

Hi Carolann I'm a long time crocheter you would need to have a row around each one in the same colour to hide the joining stitches. Lay them out in way you want them, you can have spaces. Then to join them you could join two back to back and do a row of single or slip stitch in the stitches where they need to join then single crochet along to next join and put two together. OR I would just hand stitch them together using the same crochet cotton or wool starting and finishing just where the joins are needed.

barbara said...

Those are beautiful thank you.

Melanie said...

Thank you so much for your time and effort to post this video. I am new at crocheting and reading patterns, so this was so helpful to me. I have already made three coasters and feel so proud of myself! Thanks again. Couldn't have done it without you.

Doni said...

Thank you Melanie, I'm so glad you are enjoying the pattern! But I can't take credit for the video. Connie from Easy Video Crochet was kind enough to put that together, and she did a wonderful job! :)

Mahalakshmi said...

Wow...beautiful...thanks for the pattern..
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Evelyn Kreitzer said...

I love your pattern for the scrubbie
dots. I am looking for a pattern for the ones made with net also. I love to crochet. do you have a poncho
for a little girl?

Eve said...

Simply lovely! This will definitely be my pattern for my next set of coasters. Thank you so much! :)

JennJD said...

These are just adorable!!!! I cannot wait to make some of them. Thanks for shring!

Unknown said...

You wouldn't happen to have a pattern for something to crochet for St. Patrick's Day would you? I love the springtime coasters. Never did a front crochet like that before but you made it easy! Thanks.

Melissa said...

Absolutely love these coasters! Very easy and simple to make and fast, too. Completed a set of 4 during a Sunday afternoon of football. Thanks for sharing. I plan on giving them as birthday presents to my friends who don't do hand work. They will think I labored for hours.

Carol O said...

Love these Coaster, Thank you for sharing

Carol O said...

Love these Coaster, Thank you for sharing

Katie said...

Just found your site, Im a new follower. These coasters are gorgeous, thanks for sharing them with us. Love Katie x

Melania said...

Doni...I'm making my first coaster--I LOVE them!! However, I have just finished the white section, and I have 11 petals!!! Help....my flower is growing! I believed that I was skipping stitches & slip-stitiching as directed, but obviously, not!! LOL
The video is very helpful--I'll also try watching it again as I work.

MsSadieLady said...

Thank you for this free pattern! I have do much leftover yarn. Just finished my first one and it's so cute!

Sonja.. said...

These are absolutely adorable! I can't wait to start crochet them. Thank you for sharing. :)