There’s something fun and oh so satisfying about using up yarn scraps for small useful projects. I’m a big iced coffee drinker and I’m always looking for coasters. I always find there’s never enough! Enter this simple crochet circle. You’ll have so much fun making these and your tables will be happy you won’t be warping them with your water spots 😉
What you’ll need:
1 ball of Berroco Medina
1 crochet hook, size E
Begin by making a simple “magic loop”. Make 6 single crochets (SC) in the loop and joining them in that first round with a slipped stitch.
Next Round – Ch1, SC in same stitch, then 2 SC in every stitch around slip stitch into first stitch to end round – 12 stitches total
Next round – Ch 1, *2 SC in next stitch, 1 sc in next st, rep from * around to last stitch, slip stitch to first stitch to join.
Next Rnd – Ch1 *1 SC in next stitch, 2 SC in next stitch, rep around, sl stitch to join rnd.
Each round you will continue to add one more SC st in between the increases.
Work further for 8 rounds – ending with a rnd where you do 10 single crochets between increases.
Work 1 round of slipped stitches for edging… and whola!
Top with an icy cold drink.
Have fun making these!
4 thoughts on “Medina Crochet Coaster Tutorial”
Thank you so much ❤️
>Each round you will continue to add one more SC st in between the decreases.
do you mean increases? or am i meant to be decreasing somewhere to match the increases as well?
yes sorry it’s meant to say increases! Will edit!