Add crocheted coasters to your decor and rest your drink in style. These 8 awesome free crochet coaster patterns will all add a splash of wow to any room while protecting any surface from dreaded drink spills. These are easy to keep clean, simply pop in the wash. Once you make yourself a set of crochet coasters I bet you will want to make your friends some too, they make awesome gifts!
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8 Awesome Free Crochet Coaster Patterns
1. Mug Coasters
It can’t really get much cuter than a crochet mug coaster for your drink! These are guaranteed smiles. A great free pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
2. Chicken Butt Coasters
There is nothing quite like resting your cup of tea or coffee on a chickens butt! Lots of laughs with these awesome chicken butt coasters. Head over to Wil Made to get the pattern.
3. Summer Rose Coasters
These summer rose coasters are bright and cheerful and would make a lovely gift. Get the free pattern from A Conservation With Moo.
4. Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Coasters
These cool coasters are easy peasy lemon squeezy to make if you have some basic crocheting skills. We love the bright colors and the crochet coaster box which is also available over at Crochet 365 Knit Too and while you are there be sure to check out their adorable watermelon coasters!
5. Heart Coasters
Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Birthdays, really as a special gift for any celebration. Full of love and cuteness. Head over to Atty’s to get the free pattern.
6. Six Degrees Of Separation
Colorful and stunning these coasters by Look What I Made is a work of art. These would look amazing all put together as a blanket, or of course, being used as coasters!
7. Petal Coasters
Isn’t this color combination amazing?! The free pattern comes with helpful photos of every step of the way, perfect for beginner crocheters. Visit Mijo Crafts to get the pattern.
8. Leaf Coasters
These stunning coasters which sing autumn are the perfect complement to an afternoon cup of tea. Pattern by Katherine Laight.