If you’re looking for a quick crochet project, free crochet coaster patterns are the way to go. They come together quickly and are usually very beginner-friendly.
I’m one of those people that have coasters throughout my home. I really dislike having watermarks on my tables, so I do what I can to prevent them.
I actually prefer crochet coasters over store-bought coasters because they add a unique touch to your home decor.
In this post, I’ve rounded up 26 free crochet coaster patterns. I tried to include a wide variety of patterns. Some simple, some fun and unique, and even a Christmas pattern.
Free Crochet Coaster Patterns
Check out these free crochet coaster patterns.
Add a little color to your home decor with these citrus coasters. The maker of these coasters also created a pattern for a coaster holder (as seen in the photo). You can find that pattern on her blog as well. Get the pattern from Crochet 365 Knit Too.
You can also check out this citrus coaster pattern from Yarnspirations.
Pokemon Ball Coasters
I was a big Pokemon fan as a kid. I remember watching the tv show every morning before school. Even though I no longer watch Pokemon, I still have a lot of love for the show. I can’t wait to make these crochet Pokemon ball coasters for my office. Get the pattern from Midwestern Moms. | Get the PDF here.
Ombre Crochet Coasters
These coasters are so simple and elegant. The ring of color adds a special touch to each coaster and really makes them stand out in a beautiful way. Get the pattern from Envato Tuts.
Here’s a similar pattern that doesn’t have a decorative edge. You can get the pattern for these “Round About Coasters” from Yarnspirations.
I’m definitely a coffee lover and I’m loving these crochet coffee coasters. These coasters would make a great gift for any coffee lover. You can include them along with a bag of coffee and a mug for a thoughtful gift basket. Get the pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
Spring Blooms Coasters
The colors used for these coasters give them a lovely spring vibe. You can use different colors for different seasons or holidays. You can use greens and oranges for fall, or reds and greens for Christmas. Get the pattern from The Unraveled Mitten.
I’ve actually made quite a few of these vintage coasters. They work up really quickly, they look beautiful and they make great gifts for friends and family. To give them as gifts, crochet them in sets of 4 or 5 and tie them together with a pretty ribbon. Get the pattern from Lulu Loves.
Maple Leaf Coasters
These maple leaf coasters are perfect for fall. The cool thing about this pattern is that the leaves can be used for a number of projects. Along with being used as coasters, you can create autumn leaf bunting, or use them as appliques for other crochet projects. Get the pattern from The Painted Hinge.
Easy DIY Crochet Coasters
These are definitely some of the most unique crochet coasters I’ve seen. These DIY crochet coasters are worked up using cotton twine and metal rings that you can purchase from the dollar store. Get the pattern from Little Yellow Wheelbarrow.
How cool are these Christmas coasters? I definitely have plans to make this Christmas coaster set once the holidays roll around. You can make just one of the patterns as a set, or you can make all of them for your coaster set. Get the pattern from Sarling Crochet. | Get the PDF here.
Here’s another simple crochet coaster pattern. Melanie makes some of the best crochet patterns, and she’s super friendly and helpful if you run into any issues with a pattern. Get the pattern from Sarling Crochet. | Get the PDF here.
This is a must-make pattern for all cat and dog owners. These paw print coasters are so cute and will be fun to make using different colors. Get the video pattern from Crochet Beja. *English subtitles are provided in the video tutorial.* | Get the PDF here.
These are some of the cutest little coasters I ever did see! I love how a crochet plant pot is included with the cactus coasters. These coasters make a great gift for plant lovers or anyone who loves cute stuff. Get the pattern from Sewrella.
How cute are these tasty looking pizza crochet coasters? Make sure you use cotton yarn for these coasters because it absorbs liquid so much better than acrylic yarn. Get the pattern from Whistle and Ivy.
Valentine’s Heart Coasters
Are you looking for a quick and easy gift to make for Valentine’s Day? These heart coasters make great gifts for Valentine’s Day or any day really. Have fun making them. Get the pattern from Craft Passion.
Breakfast Cupcake Coasters
DROPS Design makes a lot of fantastic crochet patterns that they share free of charge. These breakfast cupcake coasters are no exception. If you click the link for the pattern you’ll also find a pattern for a crochet coffee cup. Get the pattern from DROPS Design.
Luck of the Irish Crochet Coaster
Celebrate St. Patrick’s day by making a few of these “Luck of the Irish” coasters for friends and family. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
Snowflake Drink Coaster
These crochet coasters are worked up to look like snowflakes. This project is perfect for wintertime. Not only because these are snowflakes, but also because it’ll give you something fun to do when you’re stuck indoors. Get the pattern from Raidy’s Crochet Corner.
Easy Peasy PomPom Coasters
These pompom coasters really are easy peasy. You’d never guess by the look of them that they can be made in just 15 minutes and are very beginner-friendly. Get the pattern from Repeat Crafter Me.
Valentine Heart Coasters
These heart coasters make the perfect addition to your Valentine’s Day home or office decor. They also make great Valentine’s Day gifts for friends. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
Colorful Crochet Coasters
These colorful crochet coasters are the perfect project for beginners. A helpful video tutorial is included to help you make your coasters with ease. Get the pattern from Beautiful Crochet Stuff.
Square Crochet Coasters
The stitches used for these square coasters are absolutely beautiful. I want to make a set of these for myself, simply so that I can try out this stitch. Get the pattern from Stitching Together.
Crochet Ghost Coasters
These crochet ghosts can be used as coasters or appliques for your other projects. You can play around with the facial expressions to make them happy ghosts or scary ghosts. Get the pattern from Golden Lucy Crafts. | Get the PDF here.
Here’s another wonderful coaster pattern from Sewrella. These coasters are great for sitting your favorite drink on. Just as a side note, these coasters were named after Ashleigh’s great-grandmother. How sweet is that? Get the pattern from Sewrella.
I hope you were able to find a few fun crochet coaster patterns to give a try. Crochet coasters are such a quick and fun way to pass the time. They also make great gifts for friends and family.
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