Stitch up quick and easy shamrock coasters for St. Paddy’s! They’re fun to stitch and the family will love them in helping to celebrate the luck of the Irish! Work in various colors of green or variegated.
Can there really be enough heart shaped coasters online? Nah! Here’s another version – make, gift, keep and love! It’s as simple as that…
Ready for a Minutes-to-Make free pattern? These cute coasters are textured and remind me of Christmas ornaments. Make a set in Christmas colors for yourself or as a quick gift!
Coasters are always such fun to stitch and are perfectly suited for gift giving. Pair with a set of mugs and it creates a lovely gift basket!
June brings a lot of special occasions and events including Father’s Day, graduations, and summer vacations. But June is also special for June brides. I’ve collected various free patterns from the blog that would be ideally suited for a June wedding – or really, any wedding whether it’s in December or June!
Need dishcloths, BBQ mitts, cozies, or coasters; its covered! And best of all, each speaks with a summer theme that will boost your spirits in a practical way!
I was wondering…what can I design for Mother’s Day that’s small and worked in thread? Coasters came to mind. I love texture and I love defying the traditional “always work in the previous rnd idea” that keeps the boundaries – tight. By stitching in the previous rnd and then working in a round or two below that – it adds dimension to a piece. And did I mention, it’s fun!
I’m thrilled to be part of the CrochetVille National Crochet Month Blog Tour! With attention turned to crochet this month, I designed textured thread coasters. They’re perfect for spring, Easter, and/or Mother’s day. Including textured into the design puts a spin on it – pun intended. Enjoy!
We’re finishing up Thomas the Turkey this week! Yay! I hope you’ve enjoyed the CAL (crochet-a-long)! Remember you can make several of the tail feathers up to the last row and make placemats for a complete table setting. I’d love to see your finished projects!
We are starting a brand new CAL (crochet-a-long) for this adorable turkey coaster holder. Meet Thomas the Turkey with ripple stitched tail feathers. Crochet coasters are rolled and tucked into each of the pockets and Thomas wouldn’t be complete without a top hat and scrawny legs! While you’re stitching, make up several “flat” tail feathers for placemats! This CAL will be three(3) weeks long.
Stitch up a set of our frightening spider coasters for your Halloween celebration today. Watch the fun and laughs begin!
This super easy, super quick and fun chocolate sandwich cookies pattern can be used as play food, a magnet or even a coaster – be sure to use caution due to height if using as a coaster!
Another apple and another coaster… A Monday’s Minutes-to-Make project that takes around 15 minutes to work up. They’re perfect for summer and make great last minute gifts.
Work up this quick and easy coaster depicting the hot summer sun. The kids will love it – indoors and out!
Crochet food has been around for quite some time and I’m always amazed at how “real” some of it looks. I thought it might be fun to create a fried egg which can be used as a play toy or a coaster!
Small doilies can have multiple uses. I’d love to see comments on what you could use this small doily for besides – well – a doily! And that’s “and” I will be selecting from the comments posted below, a winner to receive a FREE pattern from my online shop @ CrochetMemories.com! How cool is that – leave a comment on another way to use this small doily and you could win a free pattern!
Twinkle, twinkle little star… create a versatile star coaster perfect for the 4th or any patriotic holiday, or just for a summer’s eve night. Or how about Christmas – it all comes down to color choices!