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Free Star Coaster Crochet Pattern

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As you may have seen, I recently designed a new pattern for a Patriotic Table Runner. I am absolutely loving the look of it, and I thought of adding stars but wondered if they would make the runner a bit too bulky. This Free Star Coaster Crochet Pattern is the perfect solution!

Free Star Coaster Crochet Pattern

Lay out your Patriotic Table Runner, then throw some of the stars on top. When your guests start to arrive, they’ll simply grab a star coaster from the spread. These stars are easy and fast!

Star Coasters Free Crochet Pattern

Materials:

Cotton yarn (like this)
-approx. 18 – 20 yards per star
Crochet hook in size G/4mm

Pattern notes: 

The chain-1 at the beginning of the rounds does NOT count as a stitch.

Pattern written using US terms.

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

Tc = treble/triple crochet. Video tutorial here.

Dtr = double treble crochet stitch. To make this stitch, you’ll yarn over three times before inserting your hook, then pull through two loops at a time.

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crocheted stars laid out for coasters next to a patriotic table runner

Star Coaster Pattern

Round 1: Magic circle. Ch-1, 10 hdc in circle. Join to top of first hdc. (10)

Round 2: Ch-1, 2hdc in each st around.Join to top of first hdc. (20)

Round 3: Ch-1, * hdc in next, 2hdc in next * repeat between * * around.Join to top of first hdc. (30)

Round 4: Ch-1, * hdc in next 2 sts, 2hdc in next * repeat between * * around. Join to top of first hdc.(40)

Round 5: Ch-1, * hdc in 7 sts, 2hdc in next * repeat between * * around. Join to top of first hdc. (45)

Round 6: Ch-1, * sc in next, hdc in next, dc in next, 2tc in next, 3dtr in next, 2tc in next, dc in next, hdc in next, sc in next * repeat between * * around. Join using Invisible Join. Weave in all ends. 

white crochet stitches on brown paper with crochet hook

Isn’t this just the quickest, cutest little star coaster you ever did see? I’m thinking you could also attach them with a crocheted chain to make an adorable star bunting! You could make them in red, white, and blue, or leave them solid colors and do a bunch of them.

Star Coaster Free Crochet Pattern

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12 Comments

  1. I am having a problem with row 6. I think it is the tc.How do I do a tc after the dc. I was doing great up to that point. thank you for sharing this pattern. . What am I doing wrong?
    1. Hi, I don't know if anyone has answered your question yet - there is a link to a video tutorial for the TV in the upper section of the page
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  3. First star pattern i've come across that isn't overly complicated or fiddly! Love it! made a bright yellow one to try out and it's just perfect!
  4. Hi. I’ve been crocheting for years, and I’m always finding new patterns to try as I expand my horizons and become more skilled. I love, love, love these coasters. They’re fairly quick and easy to work up and they look fancy. Great job on the pattern!!
  5. I’m having fun making these coasters. I just wanted to tell you that I’ve been crocheting for years and your magic ring instruction video is the best one I’ve ever watched. Thank you. I’m finally able to do the magic ring easily.