Best Crochet Coasters – Ideas and Free Patterns

It’s the beginning of spring, the time when we all feel more than ready to start new projects, right? Obviously! Today we decided to show you some small but cute designs that are very fast and easy to make. For the Best Crochet Coasters collection, we chose amazing patterns that can certainly be done by a beginner. Crocheting home accessories are also a great way to practice working in circles or to make a lovely gift for someone you love. Will you choose round crochet coasters or something different? Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!



If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Potholders and Seasonal Coasters.

Easy Floral Coasters with Free Patterns

Petal Coasters 

If you like bolder, thicker, more solid, and chunky designs, this one by Johanna Lindahl is unquestionably for you. This lovely flower-shaped coaster is easy to make and looks amazing in various color combinations. Find the one for you!

Level: beginner Author: Johanna Lindahl

The original pattern is on mijocrochet.se. More info on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

February Coaster 

Simple star-like flowers will brighten up any table! Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff really nailed this pattern for colorful, floral coasters. Do you need a brand new decoration for your table? It is this time of the year, without a doubt!

Level: beginner Author: Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff

The original pattern and the photos are on marie-lucienne.blogspot.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Lotus Bloom Dishcloths 

Dishcloths or coasters? Your choice! One thing is for sure – they look great. Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux has made sure everyone falls in love with these handmade wonders. Are you under their spell already? We are!

Level: beginner AuthorFiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

The original pattern and the photos are on fiberfluxblog.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Floral Coaster

Can you believe that this coaster is not only pretty but also pretty easy to make? Great news, right? Sara Abdelmotaal really surprised us with this delightful crochet pattern. We will certainly be following her work from now on. How about you?

Level: beginner Author: Sara Abdelmotaal

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Ombre Crocheted Coasters 

Simple but lovely, these crochet potholders by Marinke Slump are a must-have in every collection of patterns. Make sure to prepare a couple of sets in different colors! You can gift them to your friends and family members for different occasions.

Level: beginner Author: Marinke Slump

The original pattern is on craft.tutsplus.com. More info and the photos on ravelry.com.

Flower Coasters 

How charming are these little floral coasters? Absolutely lovely! On top of that, they are quick and easy to crochet even for beginners. Make sure to make them in your favorite selection of colors! Yvonne Eijkenduijn will guide you.

Level:  beginner Author: Yvonne Eijkenduijn

The original pattern is on molliemakes.com. More info on ravelry.com. Info about these versions and the photos are on Ravelry: top and bottom.

Floral Rose Doily Coaster

This floral wonder by Kristines Crochets is a bit bigger than your usual coaster which makes it even more practical. Make a whole set and you will be ready for a summer party. Or for every other season and event, without a doubt!

Level: beginner Author: Kristines Crochets

The original pattern and the photos are on kristinescrochets.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Citrus Blossom Coasters 

These coasters come in a set of three sizes – small, medium, and large. They are easy to make, but very cute thanks to the lovely border. Lorraine Pugh has so much creativity and artistic spirit! We adore all the vintage vibes we see here!

Level: beginner Author: Lorraine Pugh

The original pattern and the photos are on consciouslycrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Floral Coasters with Free Crochet Patterns

Our houses certainly could use some flowery charm when it gets cold and grey outside. Would you agree? Surely! The best way to make your interiors shine during fall is to spice up your regular table setting with some Floral Coasters. They are great at protecting wooden surfaces and transforming tea parties into beautiful experiences. Your guests will go green with envy and then ask you for a set of these crochet wonders, without a doubt!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of C2C Blankets and Crochet Flowers.

Flower Candle Coaster

It’s time for a bit of flower power! We are all missing the view of blooming fields this time of the year, don’t we? Well, with this pattern by Dana Danielson in your repertoire, you can make your house bloom. It’s not that difficult at all!

Level: upper beginner Author: Dana Danielson

The original pattern and the photos are on darlingdanadesignsmn.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Lotus Coaster 

The most beautiful flower pattern coupled with the wonderful colors of fall is a combination from heaven. These fabulous Lotus Coasters will unquestionably decorate your table and make your soul sing, all at the same time!

Level: upper beginner Author: Irina Maleeva

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Mandala Coaster 

Mandalas are super powerful symbols, obviously, but who would have expected that they also make for absolutely adorable decorative coasters? This texture is truly irresistible and the pastel color palette melts my heart.

Level: upper beginner Author: Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)

The original pattern and the photos are on oombawkadesigncrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Flower Coasters

This set of coasters represents classic and pure charm! We love the floral motif, the vintage vibes and all the delightful colors Kelly Wilson Moore used. Are you in the mood to follow her instructions and freshen up your table setting?

Level: upper beginner Author: Kelly Wilson Moore

The original pattern and the photos are on lovedotty.blogspot.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Summertime Coaster

This pattern is the definition of summertime crochet! Relaxing, quick, colorful. What else do we dream about this time of the year? We are spending plenty of time in our gardens, right? We need pretty table decorations for all the meetings with friends!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tine Sommer Hansen

The original pattern and the photos are on hobbii.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Round Crochet Coasters with Free Patterns

Round Coasters are easy and fun to make! What`s more, they are the quickest way to bring color to your kitchen or dining room. Without spending too much money and effort you will be able to decorate your table for different occasions. Whether you make them as big as placemats, or small to just fit a tealight, they make a great gift for new homeowners too.

Spring Blooms Coaster 

Wonderful pastels, right? So fresh! You will surely love crocheting these coasters. Make them in one color or use contrast to make the center flower pop out. What’s your plan? Start with checking out this pattern by Heather J Anderson.

Level:  beginner Author: Heather J Anderson

The original pattern and the photos are on theunraveledmitten.com. More info on ravelry.com

Citrus Coaster 

Crochet patterns for round coasters by Dona Knits are so popular for a reason! It is such a simple and yet elegant design for every occasion and for every table. Try vibrant colors or make matching placemats this season. You surely don’t need much experience here!

Level: beginner Author:  Dona Knits

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com

Spoke Wheel Coaster 

We can’t take our eyes off these round crochet coasters! Can you? Nope! Esther Dijkstra uses a cork mat for stability. Such a creative idea, right? Feel free to make them without it though if you prefer a classic version! Don’t they look stunning in so many colors? Evidently.

Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Dijkstra

The original pattern and the photos are on itsallinanutshell.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Spiral Granny Square 

Hypnotizing, aren’t they? Yes! Guess what? These beautiful retro squares can also be made in two colors. Depending on how you place them, you will achieve different effects.  Laura Eccleston nailed this one, evidently! So cool!

Level: beginner Author: Laura Eccleston

The original pattern and the photos are on happyberrycrochet.blogspot.co.uk. More info on ravelry.com

Sunny Beach Circles Coaster 

Quick and easy round crochet coasters designed by Crochet Love Melbourne will brighten up your table, undoubtedly. They are so cute! Use leftover yarn in order to make them and you will have so much fun! Do it for that extra splash of color on your table.

Level: beginner Author: Crochet Love Melbourne

The original pattern and the photos are on crochetlovemelbourne.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Vintage Crochet Coasters with Free Patterns

Vintage Heart Coaster 

Are you trying to find ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts for a romantic lady? This set of delightful potholders is the answer. Trust us! Share the love with your mom, granny, auntie, or your friends this February. We all know pink is the color of girl power!

Level: beginner Author: Carmen Heffernan

The original pattern and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Six Degrees of Separation Coasters 

This hexagonal coaster will look great under your teacup, without a doubt. It can obviously be used in other projects as well. Join a couple of these colorful hexagons and use them as blocks to create something bigger! Simple as that! And so fun too!

Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys

The original pattern is on lookatwhatimade.net. More info on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Vintage Coasters 

Vintage vibes and heavenly light blue go really well together, evidently. This project requires fine yarn and blocking but just look at how delicate and sophisticated it looks! True beauty is surely worth your while. Anabelia Handmade is a star!

Level: upper beginner Author: Anabelia Handmade

The original pattern is on anabeliahandmade.blogspot.com. More info on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

 

 

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