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Crochet Easter Coaster

Create your very own handmade Easter coasters with the art of crocheting! These adorable coasters are perfect for adding a festive touch to your Easter table decor. Using colorful yarns and basic crochet stitches, you can easily whip up a set of these charming coasters in no time. Whether you're hosting an Easter brunch or simply want to add a touch of spring to your home, these crochet Easter coasters are sure to impress your guests and bring a smile to your face. These coasters also make great gifts for friends and family members who appreciate handmade crafts. So grab your crochet hook and yarn, and get ready to bring a touch of Easter cheer to your home with these delightful coasters!

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • Your choice of yarn (I used Dapper Dreamer’s 10-ply combed cotton)
  • A crochet hook suitable for the type of yarn you’re working with (mine’s 4.5mm)
  • A darning needle
  • A pair of scissors

ABBREVIATIONS & SYMBOLS

  • mc = magic circle
  • ch = chain
  • st/s = stitch/es
  • sc = single crochet
  • scinc = two single crochets in one stitch
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • hdcinc = two half double crochets in one stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • dcinc = two double crochets in one stitch
  • tr = triple crochet
  • trinc = two triple crochets in one stitch
  • slst = slip stitch
  • [ ] = stitch group
  • { } = combine in one stitch

EASTER EGG

R1: mc, [sc1, ch2 (counted as first dc)], dc11; slst into 2nd ch.

R2: [ch3, dc1 into the same stitch as ch3 (counted as first dcinc)], dcinc4, tcinc2, dcinc5; slst into 3rd ch.

R3: ch3 (counted as dc1), dcinc1, repeat [dc1, dcinc1] 3 times, dc1, {dc1, tc1}, tcinc2, {tc1, dc1}, dcinc1, [dc1, dcinc1] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R4: ch3 (counted as dc1), dcinc1, [dc1, dcinc1] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R5: Join yarn, alternate [sc1, scinc1] for the rest of the round; slst to lock, cut yarn, weave in the ends.

*Note: You may switch colours in every row instead of making a plain, outlined coaster. Here are some multi-coloured Easter egg coasters I made using this pattern, omitting R5:

EASTER BUNNY

THE HEAD

R1: mc, [sc1, ch2 (counted as first dc)], dc9, slst into 2nd ch.

R2: [ch3, dc1 into the same stitch as ch3 (counted as first dcinc)], dcinc for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R3: ch3 (counted as dc1), dcinc1, [dc1, dcinc1] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R4: ch3 (counted as dc1), dc1, dcinc1, [dc2, dcinc] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch to lock, cut yarn.

THE EARS + ASSEMBLY + EDGING

Step 1: ch11, hdc8 starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, hdcinc1 into the last ch st. On the other side, hdcinc1, hdc8; lock, then leave a 6-in tail before cutting yarn.

Step 2: Repeat the previous step to make the other ear.

Step 3: Using the long tail, sew the piece on the edge of the circle (the head) to attach the ear. Skip 3 sts and attach the other ear using the same method.

Step 4: Join yarn, sc1 into the stitches of the ears and the small gap in between, then sc inc for the rest of the stitches of the head; ss to lock cut yarn, weave in the ends.

TULIP

R1: mc, [sc1, ch2 (counted as first dc)], dc11; slst into 2nd ch.

R2: [ch3, dc1 into the same stitch as ch3 (counted as first dcinc)], dcinc for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R3: ch3 (counted as dc1), dcinc1, [dc1, dcinc1] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch.

R4: ch3 (counted as dc1), dc1, dcinc1, [dc2, dcinc] for the rest of the round; slst into 3rd ch to lock, cut yarn.

R5: ch1 [sc1 into the same st, {hdc1, dc1}, tcinc1, {dc1, hdc1}, sc1, slst]; repeat [ ] two more times to make the petals’ peaks; slst to lock, cut yarn.

R6: Join yarn, alternate [sc1, scinc1] around the tulip’s body. For the three peaks of the petals, follow [sc2, hdcinc, {hdc1, dc1}, {dc1, hdc1}, hdcinc, sc2, slst]; slst to lock. Cut yarn, weave in the ends.

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