Two Lacy Crochet Coasters

Impress your friends with these lacy coasters they won’t believe you made yourself! Using just a bit of thread, the coasters are intermediate-level but not as difficult as they look.

Two Lacy Crochet Coasters

What you need

Small amount of size 10 crochet thread
US 1 / 2.35mm crochet hook



Instructions

 

16-point coaster by KeriLynn Engel

16-point coaster

Row 1: ch5, join w/sl-st to first ch to form ring
Row 2: ch3 (counts as dc), (dc in ring) 15 times, join w/sl-st in first dc [16 dcs]
Row 3: sl-st in space between dc, ch3 (counts as dc), (ch1, dc in next ch-1 sp) 15 times, ch1, join w/sl-st to first dc [16 dcs, 16 spaces]
Row 4: sl-st in next ch1 sp, ch3 (counts as dc), (ch2, dc in same sp, dc in next ch-1 sp) around, join w/sl-st to first dc.
Row 5: sl-st in ch2 sp. (3sc in sp) around. join w/sl-st to first sc
Row 6: ch2 (counts as sc), *(hdc, dc, hdc) in next sc, (sc in next sc) twice, repeat from * around, join w/sl-st to first sc.
Row 7: sl-st in hdc, ch2 (counts as sc), *3dc in dc, sc in hdc, sc next 2scs together, sc in hdc, repeat from * around, join w/sl-st to first sc.
Row 8: sl-st to middle dc of 3, ch 2 (counts as sc), (ch7, sc in middle dc of 3) around, ch7, join to first sc [16 loops]
Row 9: sl-st into ch7 loop, ch 2 (counts as sc), (4sc, ch 3, 5sc) in loop, *(5sc, ch3, 5sc) in next loop, repeat from * around, join to first sc.
Finishing: Break off and weave in ends. For best results, block by wetting thoroughly and pinning points in place to dry.

11-point coaster by KeriLynn Engel

11-point coaster

Row 1: ch5, join w/sl-st to form ring.
Row 2: ch3 (counts as dc), dc 21 in ring [22 dcs]
Row 3: ch2 (counts as sc), sc in each dc around, join w/sl-st to first sc.
Row 4: ch3 (counts as dc), (ch4, skip 2 dcs, dc in next dc) around, ch4, join w/sl-st to first dc. [10dcs, 10 spaces]
Row 5: sl-st in ch4 sp. ch3 (counts as dc), dc4 in same sp, (dc5 in ch5 sp) around, join w/sl-st to first dc. [50 dcs]
Row 6: ch2 (counts as sc), sc in each dc around, join w/sl-st to first sc. [50 scs]
Row 7: ch2 (counts as sc), *ch1, skip 2scs, sc in next sc, ch5, skip 2scs, sc in next sc, repeat from * around, ch1, join w/sl-st to first sc. [11 ch5 spaces, 11 ch1 spaces]
Row 8: sl-st in ch5 space, ch2 (counts as sc), (hdc, dc, ch1, dc, ch3, dc, ch1, dc, hdc, sc) in ch5 space, *sc in ch1 space, (sc, hdc, dc, ch1, dc, ch3, dc, ch1, dc, hdc, sc) in ch5 space, repeat from * around, sc in ch1 sp, join w/sl-st to first sc.
Finishing: Break off and weave in ends. For best results, block by wetting thoroughly and pinning points in place to dry.


Comments

  1. Ari Desarro says:

    Please help! On the 16 point Coaster in round 3 it says to slipstitch in space between dc’s. In round 2 it states to dc in to ring 15 times. It does not indicate to chain in between dc’s. Please help! I must be reading it wrong or something. Thank you!

    • Hi Ari, you don’t need to chain between the DCs in round 2! In round three, it says to slipstitch in space between DCs, just insert your hook in between the DCs (not in the stitch itself).

      If you chain in between the DCs in round 2, that would make it too wide – it probably would be wavy & have trouble laying flat.

      Hope that helps 🙂

  2. Michael Murdock says:

    How about a printer friendly version?!

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