Looking for a 15 minute project that is great for beginners?! I got the perfect tutorial here for you today with these Easy Peasy Pompom Crochet Coasters!! Although I can’t take credit for this crochet pattern as it was created by my neighbor Debbie! You may have seen Debbie pop up in my Instagram Stories but let me officially introduce her: Debbie lives directly across the street from me. Literally I walk out my front door and I stare straight at hers! She is always looking out for me and makes sure all my precious packages of yarn are safe when I’m not home for the delivery 🙂 She frequently takes blog pictures for me or helps me with video when I need a second hand (like the picture for THIS PROJECT). She comes over at least once a week in the morning to have coffee, chat, crochet, and gossip! She dabbled in crochet, sewing, and quilting when her kids were younger and just recently she decided to dust off her hooks! Debbie is one of my biggest cheerleaders and is always motivating me and encouraging me with her pep talks and her genius marketing ideas.
She will probably be pissed at me for posting this picture of her mid stitch LOL! But keep an eye on my social media pages because Debbie and I have talked about hosting some live tutorials! She is also working on setting up her own blog which I will link to as soon as it’s ready!
Ok let’s get to the tutorial.
– Bernat Super Value Yarn. Shop all colors HERE at Yarnspirations.com!
I’m using colors Lavender, Bright Yellow, Aqua, Lush, and Pumpkin
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry Needle
Crochet Coaster Pattern:
Chain 16, SC in second chain from hook and rest of the way down chain, chain 1, turn
Row 2-17: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Now create 4 tiny pom-poms. Use your fingers! See video below on how to make them!
Enjoy your day with Coffee and Crochet!
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Aw, these are such darling coasters! I love the pom poms!
Vanessa Beezer says
It’s so cute!
I really like.
I just love coffee. Therefore, I think I should make such pompom for the cup.
A mathematician is a device for turning coffee into theorems. – Alfred Renyi
Regards, Amanda, Writer at WritingCheap Company.
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Doris R. James says
Thansk for a great instructions! Made one myself, i’m working as freelance writer, so i do academic writing job for a living, and often have to stay til night in order to manage all editing work, so i can’t imaging my life without coffee. I made a Ponpon for myself, use it as a holder for my coffee cup. I had no expirience before with a handmading, so it took a preatty big amoun of time.
Hi, I think your coasters are terrific. My question is, will they be absorbent enough? Other sites that have coaster patterns recommend 100% cotton yarn, saying that’s the only way to have an absorbent coaster. What do you think about this? I would really appreciate your opinion. Thank you.