Sunny Beach Circles Coaster Pattern

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This is a very simple circle pattern that an experienced crocheter could probably do by just looking at my pictures!

 

However it is also a nice simple project for beginner crocheters and useful as well! You can also use up scraps and make rainbow coasters as well, nice for summer and small gifts. If you don’t understand anything feel free to direct message me on Instagram @crochetlovemelbourne or email me crochetlovemelbourne@gmail.com

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SKILL LEVEL

Easy Beginner

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MATERIALS

DK/8 ply cotton such as Paintbox  in two or more contrasting colours 1-2 50 g balls

3.00 – 3-5 mm crochet hook

Scissors

Tapestry needle

Fabric and iron interfacing if required, sewing machine or needle and cotton

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ABBREVIATIONS US TERMS

st = stitch

ch= chain

sc= single crochet

dc= double crochet 

ss = slip stitch

 

  • If you have time and energy I would also cut a non-slip  fabric in circles, adding a 1-2cm seam allowance. 

  • Then cut iron on interfacing into circles the same size as crochet circles

  • Iron interface onto fabric then hand or machine sew onto crochet for a stronger and more durable coaster.then machine sew circles to crochet circles

Pattern is copyrighted to @crochetlovemelbourne and must not be reproduced in any form without my permission. You may sell items made from this pattern but please give me pattern credit, thank you.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

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Round 1: make a magic circle, 16 dc into circle, ss into first dc and pull circle tightly, knot yarn and sew in end very tightly

Round 2: 2dc into each dc of previous round, ss to close round (32 dc)

 

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Round 3: 2ch,1 dc into next stitch, 2dc into next stitch repeat until end ss to close round (48 dc)

 

JBWLogoRound 4: 1ch, sc into same stitch, sk1, 2ch, sc into next stich,  repeat sk1, 2ch, sc till end, ss into first sc to join (fasten off only if changing colours)

Round 5: 2ch, 2dc into first 2ch space , then 3dc in each 2ch space till end, ss to join round

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Optional round sc into the back loop of each stitch, fasten off and weave in ends

For best results: 

  • If you have time and energy I would also cut a non-slip  fabric in circles, adding a 1-2cm seam allowance. 

  • Then cut iron on interfacing into circles the same size as crochet circles

  • Iron interface onto fabric then hand or machine sew onto crochet for a stronger and more durable coaster.then machine sew circles to crochet circles

Pattern is copyrighted to @crochetlovemelbourne and must not be reproduced in any form without my permission. You may sell items made from this pattern but please give me pattern credit, thank you.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

37463E78-3CA0-41F4-84B6-6AB9C574936E

Round 1: make a magic circle, 16 dc into circle, ss into first dc and pull circle tightly, knot yarn and sew in end very tightly

Round 2: 2dc into each dc of previous round, ss to close round (32 dc)

 

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Round 3: 2ch,1 dc into next stitch, 2dc into next stitch repeat until end ss to close round (48 dc)

 

JBWLogoRound 4: 1ch, sc into same stitch, sk1, 2ch, sc into next stich,  repeat sk1, 2ch, sc till end, ss into first sc to join (fasten off only if changing colours)

Round 5: 2ch, 2dc into first 2ch space , then 3dc in each 2ch space till end, ss to join round

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Optional round sc into the back loop of each stitch, fasten off and weave in ends

For best results: 

  • If you have time and energy I would also cut a non-slip  fabric in circles, adding a 1-2cm seam allowance. 

  • Then cut iron on interfacing into circles the same size as crochet circles

  • Iron interface onto fabric then hand or machine sew onto crochet for a stronger and more durable coaster.then machine sew circles to crochet circles

Pattern is copyrighted to @crochetlovemelbourne and must not be reproduced in any form without my permission. You may sell items made from this pattern but please give me pattern credit, thank you.

 

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Kay G
3 years ago

You are a doll to share this. Thank you! God bless you.

Moira
Moira
2 years ago

Your blend of colours and patterns are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing and look forward trying these out. I’m new to crochet since lockdown and loving it.

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