Modern Vintage Crochet Coasters


Modern Vintage Crochet Coasters

In the Designer's Words: "These bright crochet coasters are modern with a vintage vibe. A great stash buster, you can use the colors given, or get creative with whatever is in your stash! An easy pattern with pictures to follow along."
These adorable free crochet patterns for coasters will add a cozy look to your home all the while protecting the surface of your coffee table and end tables. Grab some of your favorite chic and cute colored yarns and whip up these DIY coasters in a matter of minutes. The Modern Vintage Crochet Coasters combine seventies swing colors with a more modern twist on crochet patterns to create a cute accent for any home. This how to make coasters tutorial would look lovely in just about any room in your home. You could make a set of these crochet project ideas for a friend moving into a new home or as a funky hostess gift idea.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Coasters: Where did they come from?

Crochet CoastersCoasters were not originally designed for the home. In fact, they have a very European backstory. The first coasters were created in 1880 by a German printing company. These first coasters were produced for bars and were originally called “beer mats” and manufactured out of wood pulp. After that, a brewery in the UK began producing coasters to promote a pale ale. Coasters can also be traced back to the use of saucers with tea in Europe. It seems people have been invested and worried about protecting their tabletops for a long time. Today, beverage coasters are made out of all sorts of materials and DIY coasters can be found in just about any crafting niche, including crochet coaster patterns.




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I am going to make these for an organization for car cup holders.

I love all the colors in this project. Since it's summer, these coasters will be perfect to use outside while having a nice, cold drink!

Say yes to a great stash buster this may. These coasters really do look vintage. Maybe it's the colour pattern or the simple crotchet pattern that makes it look modern but I love them both. You can never go wrong with coasters and one is never enough so get rid of all that extra yarn you've been keeping.

These are absolutely adorable! I have to get my friend Jennifer to make me a few on her next day off. Very informative on the history of coasters. I'd always thought they were designed for the home... Cool to know they were actually designed for beers first c


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