Wednesday, April 14, 2010

CROCHET PATTERN - Simple Flower Coasters

Need a quick gift?

You can whip up a pair of these coasters in about 30 minutes, and with less than 1 oz of yarn.  These coasters are very pretty!  They work well as face scrubbers or toddler washcloths!

YOU NEED:  about 5 yards of cotton yarn (acrylic would be OK, but cotton is best), an H hook, scissors, yarn needle

STITCHES:  SC - single crochet, DC - double crochet, SL ST - slip stitch.

Start with Magic Ring or ch-4/join.

Round 1:  CH 2, 12 DC in loop, join with SL ST to 1st DC.  (12 DC)

Round 2:  CH 2, 2 DC in each DC around, join.  (24 DC)

Round 3:  CH 2, *1 DC in next, 2 DC in next* around, join.  (36 DC)

*If you want your petals to be a different color, change yarns now.

Round 4:  CH 1, SC in same ST as join, skip next ST, 5 DC in next ST, skip 1 ST, SC in next ST, (skip 1 ST, 5 DC in next, skip 1 ST, SC in next) around, join with SL ST to 1st SC.  (9 petals)

Fasten off & weave in ends.  That's it.  4 rounds of simple flower fun!

If your "petals" curl up or the coaster won't lie flat, reduce number of stitches per petal to 4.

 © 2012 Danyel Pink.  You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it elsewhere online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Please provide a link back to my blog instead.  Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.


  1. Abby JaNE JES11/26/11, 3:08 PM

    Simple, yet elegant.

  2. Just wanted to thank you for sharing this pattern. I make these coasters as gifts for my friends and they just love them.

  3. Awesome! Just whipped up two of these! So quick!

  4. Great pattern!! Making my mom a pink set of these for Valentines day! Thank you so much.

  5. Very cute..thank you..

  6. How big are your coasters? Mine seem large-ish and I can tell that your stitches are tighter. I used Lily Sugar & Cream and an H hook. Also, mine curl up slightly no matter what I do...did you do something to yours to make them lay flat?

    1. Sorry I didn't respond sooner. Have you tried increasing or decreasing the number of stitches per petal? Also, try using a larger hook.

  7. Ping back. I just made this, thank you so much for the free pattern.

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