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Merry Berry Crochet Coasters
- ch: chain
- sl st: slip stitch
- sc: single crochet
- dc: double crochet
- 5.5 inches across
How to make crochet coasters
- Worsted weight yarn (yarn shown is Red Heart Super Saver in White, Cherry Red, and Paddy Green)
- H (5.0 mm) Crochet Hook
- Tapestry/Yarn Needle
Ch 4 and join into a ring with a slip stitch (Work this in white).
Round 1 (white yarn): ch 4 (counts as a dc), then (dc into center of ring, chain 1) 11 times. Join to close with a slip stitch.
Round 2 (red or green yarn): Chain 4 and work a dc in the same space. Chain 1, then work two double crochet in the next (chain 1) space. Keep doing this all the way around, working 2 dc, ch 1 in each space. Join to close round with a slip stitch.
Round 3 (white yarn): Chain 4, then work 2 dc in the same space, then chain 1. In the next (chain 1) space, work three dc, ch 1. Keep doing this all the way around the circle…3 dc, ch1 1 in each space. Join with a slip stitch to close round.
Round 4/Edging (red or green yarn):Work a sl st into the first st, a sl st into the next st, then in the next st (sc, ch 3, sc). Repeat this sequence all the way around the circle. Fasten off.
Finishing & Assembly:
Weave in all ends and you’re finished!
Jennifer Dickerson is the designer and blogger at Fiber Flux. Jennifer loves to create crochet and knitting patterns and teach others on her YouTube channel. For lots of fun projects and pretty patterns, be sure to follow Fiber Flux on Google +, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for more yarny fun!