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Crochet Coasters Patterns

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August Hexagon Motif
Date Added: October 3, 2015
This motif is one of a series of hexagon motifs for the months of the year! It's open and lacy because August in the northern hemisphere is a hot and muggy month!

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June Hexagon Motif
Date Added: April 14, 2015
This hexagon was designed with the month of June in mind. The popcorns represent clusters of flowers surrounded by leaves of green. The yellow represents the sunshine!

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May Hexagon Motif
Date Added: May 12, 2014
This hexagon motif has a flower in the center in a field of white and trimmed out in green. You could use any color combination for any occasion or season.

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October Hexagon Motif
Date Added: October 25, 2013
This hexagon is for October because it has a spider web in the middle surrounded by black and orange stripes. Of course you can use what ever colors you like for what ever month you want.

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April Hexagon Motif
Date Added: April 1, 2013
This Hexagon motif starts with a ring of Citrus Stitches and then is done with regular double crochets and finished with a round of single crochets. It is fast and easy to make and would be a great addition to your hexagon motif patterns.

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Rippled Mug Rug
Date Added: June 18, 2011
This pattern is made with Dad in mind. It is a rug for his Mug! It is made to match the Rippled Pencil Cup which is on this site as well. Give your Dad both on the next Father's Day!

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March Hexagon Motif
Date Added: February 23, 2010
This is the 3rd in a series of Hexagon shaped motifs named for the months of the year. The center has what resembles a shamrock made with treble crochets.

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February Hexagon Motif
Date Added: August 1, 2008
This crocheted hexagon motif is the 2nd in a series named for the months of the year. Kinda looks like snow. It is fast and really easy to make.

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Posy Hexagon Motif
Date Added: April 8, 2007
This crocheted motif pattern is perfect for making into an afghan. Just use up your scraps and go to town! Be creative. Imagine how many different color combinations you can do!

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Thick Coaster
Date Added: September 28, 2006
This coaster is made by stitching 2 crochet circles together with a round piece of plastic canvas in the center. This makes a really thick and durable coaster which would last for years! It would make a good bazaar item or a gift.

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Star Net Coaster
Date Added: August 8, 2006
This coaster is fast and easy to make and would look great as part of your holiday decorating depending on the season and time of year. You could use silver thread for Christmas or a red white and blue thread for USA holidays.

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Scrap Savers Hexagon Motif
Date Added: June 28, 2006
This hexagon is just the thing to make a pretty afghan. This motif would be a good way to use up scraps of yarn you have kicking around. You could make each round a different color if you want to as well.

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January Hexagon Motif
Date Added: January 10, 2006
This is the first in a series of hexagon motifs of this size. It is made with 3 different colors and is fast and easy to make.

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Thermal Stitch Coaster
Date Added: January 9, 2006
This coaster is fast and easy to make and uses the Thermal stitch pattern that the Thermal Stitch Baby afghan uses.

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Ruffled Triangle Coaster
Date Added: September 30, 2005
This coaster could easily be used as a motif in something bigger. In fact, I will probably create a doily using this motif in the future.

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Wild Daisy Hexagon Motif
Date Added: July 13, 2005
This hexagon is fast and easy to make and would look great made into an afghan of many different colors.

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Hidden Chain Coaster
Date Added: June 21, 2005
This coaster is fast and easy to make the and the name comes from a ch4 space that is stitched right into a 4 dc shell.

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Cluster Star Coaster
Date Added: May 27, 2005
This coaster is fast and easy to make and you could make several in an evening. It uses a standard cluster stitch.

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Speckled Coaster
Date Added: May 4, 2005
This coaster is fast and easy to make and is a great way to use up any scraps of yarn you may have.

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Classic Coaster
Date Added: March 11, 2005
This coaster starts off as a granny square and could be used as such by leaving off round 4. It would then be a very small suare. You could make this coaster with worsted weight cotton yarn as well.

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Snowy Hexagon Motif
Date Added: October 19, 2004
This motif can be used as a coaster as well by using worsted weight crochet cotton if you want it bigger or you can add a single round of sc around for the last round then lace stitch the motifs together for various items such as placemats, doilies or other things.

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Fun Coaster
Date Added: September 17, 2004
This coaster is fast and easy to make and takes advantage of the single crochet front back bobble you can find in the Infant or Doll's hat on this site. It is also in the Thermal Stitch Preemie blanket pattern.

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Bobble Star Coaster
Date Added: August 18, 2004
This coaster uses the bobble stitch which forms an 8 point star in the center. This is a very fast and easy coaster to make.

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Little Hexagon Motif
Date Added: August 6, 2004
This little hexagon would look great made into a tablecloth, afghan or pillow. You could use it for a sweater as well provided you could find a layout for one. If you find one let me know. I don't design sweaters.

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Scrap Saver's Hexagon Motif
Date Added: July 22, 2004
This hexagon motif is made to be combined with others like it in several different colors. This would make a great take along project.

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Summer Sun Coaster
Date Added: June 28, 2004
This coaster reminds me of the hot summer sun. It is fast and easy to make and you could make a few in an evening.

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Scrapper's Hexagon Motif
Date Added: June 1, 2004
You could make a scrap savers afghan with this motif. It would also make a wonderful take along project. What a great way to use up all those little scraps you have stashed!

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Mug Mat Coaster
Date Added: May 5, 2004
This coaster can also be made with cotton yarn and also it can be used as a motif in an afghan. I know it looks like the dishcloth pattern I designed earlier but you will find some differences.

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Scallops Coaster
Date Added: April 25, 2004
This pretty coaster can also be used as a motif with a chain stitch type of joining technique. Perhaps in the future, I will create a large doily using this pattern for the motifs. You can make it bigger by using cotton yarn instead for a large chunky coaster.

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Daisy Hexagon Motif
Date Added: April 10, 2004
This motif is specifically designed with a spring time afghan in mind! It starts off with a daisy in the center and ends up as a hexagon for a fresh, spring look.

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Cross Center Coaster
Date Added: March 22, 2004
This fast and easy coaster can be made in under a half hour and can be made bigger by using a size H/8 hook. The ending size is perfect for those large soup mugs!

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Progressive Stitch Coaster
Date Added: June 11, 2003
This coaster is made useing the same stitch as the Progressive Stitch afghan and pillow I designed earlier. Make a bunch and use several different colors for variety.

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Honey Flower Motif
Date Added: May 2, 2003
This motif is fast and easy to make and would look wonderful in a rainbow of colors in any afghan. Here is an idea. Get the 6 colors of the rainbow and a skein of white yarn. Make a bunch of these with white in the center and the colors on the last round. Then sew or crochet them together with the white yarn. I think this would be breathtaking.

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Frilly Coaster
Date Added: January 19, 2003
This fast and fun to make coaster is just the thing you need to protect your fine furniture from ugly water rings. It is just the right size for large mugs of coffee.

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Lacet Filet Square Motif
Date Added: June 13, 2002
This little square can be used for number of different projects. You can make a tablecloth, placemats, coasters or anything that requires square motifs made of thread. These motifs can be stitched together using a whip stitch.

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Snowflake Motif
Date Added: December 2, 2001
This motif can be used in an afghan or if made with thread can be a snowflake ornament. It is fast and easy to make and you could make several in an evening. Also if you make it into an afghan, it makes a great take along project. Imagine making all of the motifs in white with the last round in dark blue then stitched together with dark blue. It would look like snowflakes floating in a field of blue.

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Celtic Square Coaster
Date Added: October 9, 2001
This coaster pattern reminds me of a celtic design hence the name. It is very fast and easy to make and you could make several in an evening. Feel free to make a set of these to sell at your local craft fair or school bazaar.

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Shells Coaster
Date Added: August 14, 2001
This coaster is made with a basic circle in the center and is surrounded by chain loops and shells. It can also be used as a motif in a doily as well. Imagine a bunch of these made in different colors, then stiffened. The coasters would make a great gift stuffed into a gift basket full of other goodies. This is a good pattern to use up your scraps.

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Spiral Illusion Motif
Date Added: August 8, 2001
This motif can be used as an applique for a potholder, a motif in a tablecloth, placemat or large doily. It is fairly faste and easy to make and would make a wonderful take-a-long project in the summer.

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Spiral Center Hexagon Motif
Date Added: June 9, 2001
You could make a great coverlet to go over a solid colored comforter with this motif. Make it in several colors out of your scraps for a very beautiful and colorful afghan. You could make at least 3 or 4 motifs in a couple of hours.

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Lacy Hexagon Motif or Trivet
Date Added: May 29, 2001
This hexagon motif can also be used as a trivet. But I feel it would be better if you made several of them with acrylic yarn and put them together in a large afghan. If you use thread instead of yarn, you would have a coaster.

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Cluster Pentagon Coaster
Date Added: May 9, 2001
This simple coaster is fast and easy to make and several can be completed in an evening. You could add variety by using a different color for every row. It would also look great made with variegated yarn!

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Crystal Hexagon Motif
Date Added: January 8, 2001
This motif would look great with a bunch more in different colors or in just 2 or 3 colors in an afghan. It would make a great take along project. It would also be a great way to use up scraps.

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Lacy Snowflake Motif
Date Added: September 16, 2000
This motif can also be used as a snowflake ornament but it has been designed to be a motif which you could join with many more to create placemats, table runners, large doilies or even a tablecloth. If you made a table cloth with this motif, it would make a great take-along, long term project. It would be breathtaking made in white. To make this into a snowflake ornament, use size 20 thread and a size 11 steel hook.

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All Occasion Wreath Coaster
Date Added: September 10, 2000
This coaster is very fast and easy to make, so quick in fact, you could make a whole set of 6 in an evening, which would make a great last minute gift. Just alter the colors to go with the occasion! You could make the first 2 rounds one solid color, such as white, then make the last 2 rounds green then add a red bow for festive wreath coasters!

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Jumbo Coaster
Date Added: August 8, 2000
This large coaster can also be used as a motif in a doily or placemat made of crochet thread. Of course you could use it as a coaster for a bowl of soup or large mug when you decide to have your dinner in the living room.

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Spoked Coaster
Date Added: March 30, 2000
This coaster uses a technique I really like to do alot. And you will find it in other patterns I have designed. I work some of the stitches behind a chain loop. You could make an unlimited number of color combinations and make a whole bunch of these to give as a gift in a gift basket. They are fast to make and you could make several in an evening.

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Shamrock Coaster
Date Added: March 10, 2000
This shamrock is a result of a request of a visitor to the site. It is made with two sizes of yarn. Worsted weight and super sport yarn. Imagine a bunch of these scattered all over a St Patrick's Day table on a sparkling white tablecloth!

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Valentine Coaster
Date Added: January 11, 2000
This coaster is a fast and very easy coaster to make and you could make several in an evening. It would make a nice gift to give a woman in your family along with some Valentine goodies.

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Camden Coaster
Date Added: July 10, 1999
This coaster is named for a town on the coast of Maine. Just could not come up with another name for this one. On the final round you will see I have used the special stitch the long bobble. (lbl).

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2 in One Pattern
Date Added: July 1, 1999
This pattern can be used as a coaster or as a picture frame fridgie depending on how you finish it. I used a picture cut out of a magazine and glued it to a piece of cardboard cut from a box of margarine sticks. Please Recycle!

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Bridal Coaster
Date Added: June 15, 1999
This coaster was designed with a wedding reception in mind. A whole bunch of these could be made for the Bridal Party's table. Or you can use it any time of the year for special occasions.

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Forget Me Not Motif
Date Added: June 2, 1999
This motif would be best used in an afghan but it could also be made with thread for a dainty snowflake ornament. Imagine an afghan made with this motif made with several different colors. Then the motifs joined with one color. Such as black or white.

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DSC Swatch Coaster
Date Added: May 10, 1999
This coaster is made with the special stitch the Double Single Crochet. I made it with acrylic yarn but I do recommend using cotton worsted weight yarn for this pattern. It works up quickly and several could be made in an evening.

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Pentagon Coaster
Date Added: April 29, 1999
This coaster would make a great gift as a set of 6 made up of different color combinations. It is fast and easy to make!

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Braid Stitch Coaster
Date Added: April 27, 1999
This coaster uses the featured stitch the braid stitch and is fun and fast to make. This is an example of what an even number of stiches across looks like.

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PC Chains Coaster
Date Added: January 24, 1999
This coaster is made with plastic canvas but the yarn is crocheted on to the canvas using a method called crocheting on canvas.

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Decagon Coaster
Date Added: January 19, 1999
What a name! It is according to my Webster's Dictionary a plane figure with 10 sides and 10 angles. That is the reason for the name. This motif would be best used as an embelishment on a vest or some other project.

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Caribou Coaster
Date Added: January 5, 1999
This is another one of those patterns I could not come up with a name for so I named it after the town where my dh was born. Caribou Maine. It uses the Special Stitch. Front Back Bobble (Fbb).

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Pumpkin Coaster
Date Added: September 7, 1998
This cute little pumpkin can be made in a jiffy! Make several in an evening for a festive touch for a Halloween party.

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Snowflake Coaster
Date Added: August 5, 1998
Even though I made this snowflake coaster with ecru it would be wonderful if you made a bunch with white for part of your holiday decorating.

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Geometric Coaster
Date Added: July 12, 1998
This coaster is the first in a series of coasters which will have geometric designs. If made with worsted weight yarn you could use this in an afghan. You could use this as a panel in a baby afghan as well.

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Carrabassett Coaster
Date Added: July 2, 1998
This coaster design uses the featured stitch Waffle Variation and then is edged with a contrasting color. The name of this coaster derives from the river which flows by Sugarloaf Mountain here in Maine.

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Waffle Stitch Coaster
Date Added: June 2, 1998
This oversized coaster would look lovely on a reception table with fancy wine glass sitting on it. Then after the wedding the newlyweds would have another momento of their wedding.

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Picot Edged Coaster
Date Added: May 2, 1998
This lovely little doily would be great combined with others like it perhaps seven put together to form a table mat. Or it can work all by itself as a coaster if backed with a peice of felt. You could also stiffen it attach a hanger as use it as a snowflake ornament.

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Bricks In the Round Motif
Date Added: April 15, 1998
The name for this motif comes from the fact that the way the stitces are worked on the sides looks like brick work. This is a fairly easy motif to make and can be easily worked into a table runner

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Mug Rug
Date Added: April 9, 1998
This coaster was designed with a wedding reception in mind. A whole bunch of these could be made for the Bridal Party's table. Or you can use it any time of the year for special occasions.