If you’re searching for some free and easy patterns for crochet coasters, you will love the collection I have put together for you!
Discover an array of coaster patterns in different shapes and sizes, and a few unusual ones that you will love!
Continue scrolling to find some tips and the best coaster patterns from some of my designer friends.
Why Crochet Coasters?
There are loads of reasons to crochet your own coasters! Here are a few of my favourites:
- They are a small quick project to make
- Opportunity to practice and improve crochet skills
- Easy to crochet using basic stitches
- Protect surfaces from heat and moisture
- You get to be creative with different colors and use up stash!
- They are cost effective and environmentally friendly
- A set of coasters make great gifts for family and friends
How Big should Crochet Coasters Be?
It is a personal preference, but most coasters are between 4 to 6 inches in size. You want it big enough to place a mug or glass on, if displaying on a coffee table.
It is easy to make your coaster larger or smaller and most patterns are adaptable.
Best Yarn for Crochet Coasters
I recommend Cotton Yarn for best results. Cotton is durable and easy to wash and dry, and also holds its shape well. It also absorbs spills and any dampness and can manage high temperatures. A cotton blend yarn would also work well.
Crochet coasters are great for using up any scrap lightweight or worsted weight yarn you have in your stash. Acrylic yarn is not recommended.
Free Crochet Coaster Patterns
Round Crochet Coasters
Let’s begin with round coaster designs, including the ever-popular choice – Flower Crochet Coasters!
Crochet Flower Coasters
These Crochet Flower Coasters are fun and easy to make. The colorful little flowers are so appealing and would look wonderful on a Summer table in bright color combinations! The pattern includes a video tutorial
Zesty Crochet Coasters
Zesty oranges, lime and yellow work so well together, don’t they? These would be perfect for a Summer garden party.These cheerful happy coasters will have you reaching for your stash to make some in all the colours.
The free crochet pattern is easy and suitable for beginner crocheters that want to move on to trying some new stitches.
The easy crochet coaster pattern for these pretty coasters has a lovely vintage feel. I love the stylish picot edging and all you will need is a small amount of lightweight yarn. The pattern can be easily adjusted by adding rounds for a bigger size.
Round Crochet Coaster
The sweet stripe coasters are very quick to make! The pattern includes 3 choices of edging for your coasters so you can have fun making lots to match your home decor. This lovely pattern is very suitable for a new crocheter
Lacy Crochet Coaster
These beautiful coasters will add a lace vintage vibe to your home decor.
You can also use this versatile pattern for many other items like placemats or rugs. All you need to do is switch the yarn weight and hook size. The designer includes loads of information to modify the pattern.
I love these textured easy crochet coasters! The pattern uses single crochet stitches and bobble stitches for a fun round coaster. Add some strands of yarn for a fringe to give a boho flair to your coaster!
Little Flower Coasters
These little flower coasters resemble mini mandalas, perfect to use as round coasters under a glass or cup. They can also be a stunning addition to bags, hats, or even baby blankets as embellishments.
All you need are small amounts of scrap yarn to create these lovely pieces.
This lovely sunflower coaster has a written pattern for 3 different sizes, and a video tutorial. With its unique texture and bright colors, this crochet sunflower coaster is sure to bring a touch of sunshine to any room.
Lacy and Delicate Coaster
Delicate and sophisticated, these lace crochet coasters are the perfect home gift set to make from your yarn stash. With three different designs that sit beautifully together, you won’t be able to stop at just one of each!
Square and Rectangle Crochet Coasters
Crochet coasters in a square shape are very popular and rectangle shapes are another addition. They are usually called Mug Rugs. They are easy to make, with little shaping and can be a great project for both beginner and experienced crocheters alike.
Stripe Square Crochet Coaster
This Crochet Square Coaster is made using an easy textured stitch pattern and you only need scraps of yarn. These beautiful coasters will protect the surface on a coffee table and add a splash of color to your kitchen table. Add some teeny tassels for an extra flair!
Crochet Mug Rug
This crocheted coaster is a rectangular shape and makes a lovely practical gift for anyone. This pattern is super simple to make and works up really quickly.
You can easily make your mug rug a different size by making a shorter or longer foundation chain.
Easy Square Coaster
This lovely simple pattern for a square coaster is perfect for a beginner crocheter. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches and includes lots of tips and pictures to help you make your own beautiful set of coasters.
The post also includes instructions to make a simple round coaster using double crochet stitches.
Zig Zag Coaster
Learn how to create a single crochet zigzag pattern with this crochet coaster pattern. This snazzy crochet coaster pattern will help you master the chevron stitch as you create a cute crochet mug rug! The addition of a fringe is very appealing.
Mug Rug Coaster
This Mug Rug Coaster Set is an easy and quick project to work up! Using double and single crochet stitches, this lovely pattern is very beginner friendly. These lovely rectangular coasters would be perfect underneath a small potted plant.
For something a little different, a crochet pattern for a Plaid Coaster that is easily made with single crochet stitches. It comes with an easy to understand video tutorial that explains how to crochet the very popular plaid technigue.
The pattern uses worsted weight yarn and a 5 mm crochet hook.
This lovely delicate square crochet coaster has a delightful picot stitch edging. The construction is interesting as the picot edges are worked within the coaster pattern. You will work into both sides of the foundation chain.
The pattern is clearly explained with a video and picture tutorial.
Freeform Crochet Coasters
Crochet coasters are not limited to just round or square shapes. There are countless possibilities when it comes to creating unique fun coasters. Here are a few of my favourites!
Shamrock Crochet Coaster
This shamrock crochet coaster pattern is not only for St.Patrick’s Day! Bring luck into your home with this quick and cute coaster pattern. With a few basic crochet stitches and some colorful yarn, you can make this shamrock coaster in no time!
This nautical-inspired coaster set includes 4 different patterns. Combining cork and crochet edgings, this project is not only fun to make, but also practical to use or gift. With pre-cut cork circles and worsted weight yarn, you can whip up these coasters in no time!
Looking to crochet some Fall decor? This crochet pumpkin coaster pattern might be just what you need! Made with worsted weight yarn, they work up super fast, and feature some cool variations for different sizes!
This beautiful heart coaster crochet pattern is a fun and simple project that can be completed in just a few hours. A crochet heart coaster is a charming addition to any home decor and makes a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.
The pattern includes clear instructions and a video tutorial
Hexagon Lace Coaster
I love this pretty lace hexagon coaster! The pattern is clearly explained and easy to follow.
Using the filet crochet method, with mainly double crochet and chains, you create the diamond shapes while crocheting in the round.
I hope you enjoyed this collection of Crochet Coasters!
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