It’s the Holiday Season and it is time for a crochet simple snowflake coaster pattern. Make one in less than 30 minutes and that includes sewing in the yarn ends.
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Hot Cocoa and Coffee In the Cold Weather
Go ahead and rest that mug of Holiday cocoa on a Pretty Handmade Coaster. This free crochet coaster pattern is simple and not as cold as the real thing.
There is a 2 part video tutorial on all 4 rounds of this crochet coaster; including the magic circle and how to weave in ends. This is located near the bottom.
Spread the Holiday Cheer in Your Home
It is easy with festive crochet patterns. The blue and white snowflakes would look so cute with a country home decor. No matter what the color scheme is in your house, you can quickly create a coaster for yourself.
Four rounds and you are done!
Once you get the hang of it, you will enjoy making these over and over again.
Late Minute Handmade Gifts
Help others feel special during this holiday season. Be sure to make a lot of extra coasters to give as gifts. Anyone that you can think of can use a cute snowflake coaster. If you have children in school and are looking for that perfect handmade teacher gift, this would be lovely on a school desk. How about an elderly person living near you, make them feel special with a gift made just for them.
Handmade Hostess Gifts
Quickly crochet these snowflakes in the morning and be ready for a party in the afternoon or evening. If you are like me, you always want to make sure that the hostess has something special too.
Holiday Coasters for Home Decor Style
The last few years, I have been making different crochet coasters for the holiday and other seasons throughout the year. Get some inspiration to make your quick home decor festivity.
Directions:Crochet Simple Snowflake Coaster
Crochet Coaster Size
The coaster is approximately 6 inches around.
Denim Splash cotton yarn, Less than 60 yards per snowflake. I actually used the yarn off of a cone of yarn because I plan on making quite a few for gifting. If you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can purchase it here.
White cotton yarn. Less than 60 yards per snowflake. If you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can purchase it here.
Size F Crochet Hook 3.75 mm
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
Start with Magic Circle. If you are not familiar with how to complete the magic circle, here is another post with a video on how to complete the magic circle.
CH 3 (stands for 1st DC), 2 DC, CH 3, [3DC, CH 3] repeat between [ ] X 5, SL ST into top chain of the starting CH 3 ST. Tighten magic circle. See the first round in the photo below.
This photo below shows the SL ST into the two DC and CH 3 SP. (which starts the round 2 below).
SL ST into next 2 DC and into the CH 3 SP of the previous row. (see the photo above for the visual on this). CH 3 (stands for 1st DC), 2 DC, CH 3, 3 DC. Skip the 3 DC Stitches, work just in the CH 3 Spaces. [3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC] Repeat between [ ] X 5. SL ST into the top CH of the starting CH 3 ST. See the first two rounds in the photo below.
SL ST into next 2 DC and into the CH 3 SP of the previous row. CH 3 (stands for 1st DC), 2 DC, CH 3, 3 DC. CH 2, SL ST in the Space between the 2 sets of 3 Dc of the previous row, CH 2, [3 DC, CH 3, 3 DC in the previous row CH 3 SP. CH 2, SL ST into the Space between the 2 sets of 3 Dc of the previous row, CH 2,] Repeat between [ ] X 5. SL ST into the top CH of the starting CH 3 ST. See the first three rounds in the photo below.
SL ST into next 2 DC and into the CH 3 SP of the previous row. CH 3 (stands for 1st DC), 2 DC, CH 2, 3 DC. SC in previous row CH 2 SP. CH 4, SC in previous row CH 2 SP. [3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC in the previous row CH 3 SP, SC in previous row CH 2 SP. CH 4, SC in previous row CH 2 SP]. Repeat between [ ] around. End with a SL ST into the top CH of the starting CH 3 ST.
Snug up the center hole, weave in yarn ends. Remove excess yarn.
Crochet Video Tutorial Part 1 of 2
Crochet Video Tutorial Part 2 of 2
Enjoy using or gifting your handmade crochet coaster.
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