{Crochet} Flower Power Coaster Pattern

 

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This 7 Round crochet coaster pattern is quick and fun to make. Crochet coasters make great gifts and are the perfect project for using up leftover bits of yarn. I’m calling this coaster pattern Flower Power as it reminds of the floral prints that were popular in the 70s. These coasters look great in bright happy colours and make a pretty addition to any boring table. These coasters have been made from Patons Cotton Blend 8ply yarn.

Stitch Knowledge Required (UK) (US shorthand instructions included at the end) 

  • Magic Ring
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • ch = chain
  • dc = double crochet
  • htr = half treble
  • tr = treble
  • dtr = double treble

Flower Power Crochet Coaster

Free crochet coaster pattern

Round One

Round 1 – To begin make a magic ring, chain 1 (this doesn’t count as a stitch) then work 8htr into the ring. Sl st to the top of the first htr to join round. (8htr)

 

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Round Two

Round 2 – Chain 2 (counts as 1htr), then 1 htr into in the same stitch. Work 2 htr into each htr from the previous round. Sl st to the top of the ch2 to join. (16htr)

 

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Round Three

Round 3 – chain 2 (counts as 1htr), then work 2htr in the next stitch. Continue to work 1htr, then 2 htr into each stitch from the previous round. Sl st to the top of the ch2 to join. (24htr)

 

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Round Four

Round 4 – Ch1 (doesn’t count as a st) then 1dc. Ch 3, miss a stitch and then dc into the next. Continue to ch3, then dc into every second stitch all the way around. Sl st into the first dc to join round. (12 x ch-3 spaces, 12dc).

 

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Round Five

Round 5 – Sl st into first ch-3 space. Ch3 (counts as 1tr) then work 3tr into the same ch-3 space. Work 4tr into each ch-3 space all the way around. Sl st into the top of the first ch3. (48tr)(12x4tr)

 

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Round Six

Round 6 – Ch 5, sl st in between the first two groups of 4tr from the previous round. Continue to ch5, and then sl st in between the tr groups all the way around. (12sl st, 12x ch-5 spaces)

 

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Round Seven

Round 7 – *Sl st into the next ch-5 space and work 1dc, 1htr, 1tr, 1dtr, 1htr, 1dc* Repeat for * to * all the way around. After the last dc, cut the yarn and thread it into a needle. Fasten off. All done!!

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Shorthand Instructions (UK)

  • Round 1 – magic loop then work 8htr
  • Round 2 – 2htr in each tr (16htr)
  • Round 3 – 1htr, 2htr around (24htr)
  • Round 4 – Ch3, skip st, dc in next – repeat around (12dc,12xch-3)
  • Round 5 – 4tr in each ch-3 space (12x 4tr)(48tr)
  • Round 6. – Ch5 then sl st in between gap between two 4tr groups. Repeat around. (12sl st, 12x ch-5 spaces)
  • Round 7 – 1dc, 1htr, 1tr, 1dtr, 1tr, 1htr,1dc into each ch-5 space. Fasten off.

Shorthand Instructions (US)
Round 1 – magic loop then work 8hdc
Round 2 – 2hdc in each hdc (16hdc)
Round 3 – 1hdc, 2hdc around (24hdc)
Round 4 – Ch3, skip st, sc in next – repeat around (12sc,12xch-3)
Round 5 – 4dc in each ch-3 space (12x 4dc)(48dc)
Round 6. – Ch5 then sl st in between gap between two 4dc groups. Repeat around. (12sl st, 12x ch-5 spaces)
Round 7 – 1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, 1tr, 1dc, 1hdc,1sc into each ch-5 space. Fasten off.

10 thoughts on “{Crochet} Flower Power Coaster Pattern

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  3. I love all your beautiful crochet items. For years all I did was knit__Socks. Since August I went back to crocheting & having a blast. I’ve always been drawn towards bright colors. Everything in my life is bright colors. I’m a very blessed woman to see the world as beautiful & bright filled with hope.?????

  4. Hi I absolutely LOVE these coasters! I have a question if you don’t mind though as I’m very new to crochet! How do YOU do your magic ring/loop? I’ve tried searching but so many different ways to do it out there (YouTube videos) and I can’t find the right one to work for this pattern! Thank you in advance ?

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  6. Hi Mandy!!!
    In an effort to help Hannah on making a Magic Circle, Bella Coco has “the BEST” tutorial on how to do a Magic Circle!!!! I’ve looked at many tutorials that were simply pictures. I just couldn’t “wrap my head” around the concept. Bella Coco’s talks throughout her Magic Circle Tutorial and I had it mastered in no time!!! I hope this helps Hannah!!!
    Lots of Love,
    Laurie Ayers/IG – evanjuhbean

    • Im glad you’ve found a method that works for you Laurie. I’ve finally managed to master it and now i use it all the time. xx

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