15 Free Crochet Coaster Patterns

Last Updated on August 17, 2022

I’m continuing with my quest for patterns to crochet in hot weather.

The Summer is not leaving soon and I don’t have any intention to put my crochet projects aside, so I put together a beautiful collection of 15 free crochet coaster patterns!

You will find here various types of pretty crochet coaster patterns, from simple circle crochet coasters, to modern crochet coasters and super easy coaster patterns.

Scroll down to find your next quick crochet project!

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How Do You Crochet a Simple Coaster?

You can crochet a coaster with almost any stitch you like. But the easiest way to crochet a nice simple coaster is to create a crochet circle.

I like to crochet a perfect circle in a single crochet stitch, I love the texture and density of the stitch, it creates a solid circle, perfect as a coaster.

Using the tutorial linked above, just work according to the pattern and make the circle as big as you’d like.

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How Do You Crochet a Square Coaster?

Making a square coaster is super easy!

First, choose the crochet stitch you want to use, you can either make a chain in the desired width and work it back or forth, or crochet your coaster from the middle out, and make it as big as you’d like.

For working back and forth, I like using the Alternating Spike Stitch and Spider Stitch. When I’m making square coasters from the middle out, my favorite stitches to use are the Moss Stitch and Iris Stitch in a square.

And if you want to skip the long chain and work from one corner to the other without decreasing, use the Mitered Square stitch!

How Big Should Crochet Coasters Be?

The finished size of your crochet coaster is a personal preference (and depends on how big your mugs are!).

But as a rule of thumb, your coaster width or diameter should be between 3-5” (7.6-12.7 cm).

What Is the Best Yarn To Use for Crochet Coasters?

You can basically use any yarn you want, because the cup is not hot enough to melt your acrylic yarn.

But my personal preference for yarn when I’m making crochet coasters is always 100% cotton.

I like cotton yarn because it lays down beautifully after blocking, has a nice stitch definition and is very durable and can just be tossed into the washing machine if my drink is spilled on the coaster.

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15 Free Crochet Coaster Patterns

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Diamond Coasters – Crochet Hexagon Coaster

crochet hexagon coasters

These dainty crochet hexagon coasters are fun to make and create a modern look, using the filet crochet method.

Yarn used: Fingering (#1) weight cotton yarn

Visit the free pattern HERE.

Chunky Crochet Coasters – Circle Crochet Coaster

chunky crochet coasters
Photo credit: Tying an End

Easy and quick project, this circular crochet coaster pattern works up super quickly. With using 3 strands together you get a thick chunky crochet coaster, with an elegant look.

Yarn used: Lion Brand – 24/7 Cotton

Pattern by Tying an End, visit the free pattern HERE.

A Cup of Sunshine – Crochet Flower Coaster Pattern

crochet flower coaster pattern
Photo credit: Crochet with Gabriella Rose

This is a call for all flower lovers out there! I can’t resist a floral crochet pattern, and these dainty crochet flower coasters are no exception.

Yarn used: Scheepjes Catona

Pattern by Crochet with Gabriella Rose, visit the free pattern HERE.

Quinnley Coaster

Photo credit: Through the Loop Yarn Craft

This easy crochet coaster pattern creates a beautiful crochet pattern with a modern-vintage look.
The coaster can be worked as big as you’d like.

Yarn used: Lion Brand – Coboo

Pattern by Through the Loop Yarn Craft, visit the free pattern HERE.

Bloom Mug Rug – Easy Crochet Mug Rug

easy mug rug crochet pattern
Photo credit: Fosbas Designs

An easy crochet mug rug pattern with a unique texture that is achieved with a very simple technique. Those beautiful mug rugs will make quick and beautiful gifts.

Yarn used: Stylecraft Special Aran

Pattern by Fosbas Designs, visit the free pattern HERE.

Zigzag Crochet Coasters

crochet farmhouse coasters
Photo credit: Cosy Rosie UK

Chevron crochet patterns have that timeless look that will never go out of fashion. Same with this simple and fun crochet coasters pattern.

Yarn used: Paintbox Cotton DK

Pattern by Cosy Rosie UK, visit the free pattern HERE.

Candy Swirl Coasters – Crochet Spiral Coasters

Free Coasters Crochet Pattern crochet spiral coasters
Photo credit: Hooked on Patterns

A fun and quick crochet coaster with a color swirl look! These spiral coasters can be made in any color combination you choose.

Yarn used: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream

Pattern by Hooked on Patterns, visit the free pattern HERE.

Paw Print Coaster Crochet Pattern

Paw Print Coasters Crochet Pattern
Photo credit: Jo to the World Creations

A colorwork coaster pattern with a fun paw-print will make a perfect gift for your cat-lover friends (or for yourself)! This is a beginner-friendly crochet coaster pattern and a great project to learn colorwork.

Yarn used: Red Heart Soft Essentials

Pattern by Jo to the World Creations, visit the free pattern HERE.

Apache Tears – Mosaic Crochet Coaster Pattern

mosaic crochet coaster pattern free
Photo credit: My Crochet Space

I love these crochet mosaic mug rugs! If you are new to the crochet mosaic technique (or just looking for a quick and fun mosaic pattern), this mosaic crochet coaster pattern is a great pattern to start your mosaic journey.

Yarn used: 100% Cotton DK (#3) weight yarn

Pattern by My Crochet Space, visit the free pattern HERE.

Crochet Pumpkin Coasters

crochet pumpkin coaster pattern
Photo credit: Desert Blossom Crafts

How about a fall home decor for your coasters? This adorable crochet pumpkin coaster pattern works up quickly and will bring some Fall vibes into your home.

Yarn used: Red Heart Super Saver

Pattern by Desert Blossom Crafts, visit the free pattern HERE.

Boho Crochet Coaster Pattern

boho crochet coaster pattern
Photo credit: You Should Craft

Beautifully textured, these round boho crochet coasters present a modern look with some bobbles and the addition of fringes.

Yarn used: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream

Pattern by You Should Craft, visit the free pattern HERE.

Boho Beaded Coasters – Crochet Coasters with Beads

Funky crochet coasters
Photo credit: Simply Hooked by Janet

This modern crochet coaster pattern features a classic hexagon shape. The coasters get their modern look by adding a bead to each corner of the hexagon.

Yarn used: Lion Brand – 24/7 Cotton

Pattern by Simply Hooked by Janet, visit the free pattern HERE.

Primrose Coasters – Easy Crochet Coaster Pattern

easy crochet coasters pattern

The Primrose coaster is a free and easy crochet coaster pattern. Using the lovely Primrose crochet stitch for a nice texture, it’s a great project to learn a new stitch!

Yarn used: Sport (#2) 100% Cotton yarn

Visit the free pattern HERE.

Flower Crochet Pattern Coaster

free flower crochet pattern coaster
Photo credit: Sweet Potato 3

Gorgeous and delicate flower-motif crochet coaster. These coasters work up really quickly and will make a lovely gift!

Yarn used: Berroco Comfort

Pattern by Sweet Potato 3, visit the free pattern HERE.

Boho Crochet Heart Coaster

crochet heart coaster free pattern
Photo Credit: Stitching Together

Not only for Valentine’s day, these cute crochet heart coasters are a fun and functional item. With the added fringes for a boho look, make these coasters for the ones you love every day of the year.

Yarn used: I Love This Cotton

Pattern by Stitching Together, visit the free pattern HERE.

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