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Crochet Round Coasters

Are you looking for round crochet coasters? These beautiful crochet round coasters are quick to work up and easy to make! All you need is some cotton yarn and a crochet hook.

These round crochet coasters would make perfect little crochet gifts that you can work up in under an hour. You can use up some leftover yarn and combine different colours, as long as it’s cotton and the same yarn weight it’s going to look great! The only thing with having more than one colour and switching from one to another colour is that you will need to weave in more ends. But the good news is that it’s really easy to hide all the ends inside the fluffy puff stitches!

How to Crochet Round Coasters

To crochet round coasters you’ll need to start from the centre and work in rounds. Each round needs to be bigger as the previous one in order to lay flat on the table. For this reason we will need to add more stitches in each round. The increase in stitches happens in a repeatable pattern that you can memorise once you know how to do it.

In short, you start with 6 stitches in the first round and add 6 stitches in each round after that. That way you’ll have 12 stitches in the second round. In the third round, you add another 6 stitches which will bring the total number to 18 stitches. And it the last one, increase another 6 stitches, total 24. You see the pattern? In each round you increase by 6 stitches. Easy!

Now we need to distribute our added stitches so the coaster is nice and flat. If you add them all in the first half of the coaster it will make that part of the coaster wavy and the rest will curl up. The right amount of added stitches and how you distribute them makes a difference!

Below in the pattern you will see the exact way how and where to place your stitches. I find the best way to make the increases are on top of the increases in the last round. You can easily see them and that will be your cue to increase again in this round. If you’re not exactly sure right now, don’t worry. It will all make sense once you start working on your coaster!

Round Crochet Coaster Free Pattern

Scroll down for the free pattern or pin this to your Pinterest crochet board for later.


4″ x 4″ (10cm x 10cm)

Abbreviations (US Terms)

Ch = chain

St = stitch

YO = yarn over

Sl st = slip stitch

Pf St = puff stitch

Special Stitches

Puff Stitch: Yarn over, insert hook into specified stitch, yarn over and pull up a long loop (to the height of a double crochet). Yarn over, insert your hook into the same stitch and pull up a long loop. Yarn over again, insert hook into the same stitch again and pull up a long loop again. You should have 7 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through all loops on your hook. Yarn over again and pull through the loop. One Puff Stitch done!


  • You can use any 100% cotton, worsted weight yarn #4 Aran/10ply yarn
  • Crochet hook 5mm (H)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Crochet Coasters Pattern Notes

  • This crochet coaster starts with a magic crochet ring. Alternatively you can start with a chain 3 and work all your puff stitches in the first round into the first stitch.
  • This crochet coaster measures 4 inches in diameter. The size can be easily adjusted by working more rounds.

Crochet Round Coasters Instructions

Start with a magic circle, Ch 1.

Round 1. Working puff stitches into the circle.

  • Work 6 Pf Sts into the circle, join the round by slip stitching into the top of the first stitch in this round. Tighten the magic circle.

(Puff Stitch: YO, insert hook into specified stitch, YO and pull up a long loop to the height of a normal double crochet. YO, insert your hook into the same stitch and pull up a long loop. YO again, insert hook into the same stitch again and pull up a long loop again. You should have 7 loops on your hook. YO and pull through all loops on your hook. YO again and pull through the loop on your hook)

Round 2. In this round you work 2 Pf Sts in each space. Pf Sts are worked into the gap between the stitches in previous round.

  • Sl St into the space between the stitches in the previous round, Ch 1. Work 2 Pf Sts in each space, join the round with a Sl St. (12 Puff stitches in total)

Round 3. You can continue with the same colour or switch to a different one like you see in the first picture. To switch colour, simply fasten off and cut the yarn.

  • Sl St to first space between the stitches (or join new colour here with a slip stitch). Ch 1, *2 Pf Sts in the same space, 1 Pf St in next space. Repeat from *until the end of round, join. (18)

Round 4. In this round you work 2 Pf St in the first space, 1 in the next and 1 in the next.

  • Sl St to next St. Ch 1, *2 Pf Sts in first, 1 Pf St in next, 1 Pf St in next. Repeat from * until end of round, join. (24)

Fasten off and weave in all ends.

If you want to make them slightly larger, add another round. To do that, you work *2 Pf Sts in the first space, 1 Pf St in next, 1 Pf St in next, 1 Pf St in next. Repeat from * to end of round.

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below! Share your finished projects on instagram and tag me @mycrochetspace, would love to see your beautiful makes!

Crochet Round Coasters Video Demonstration

In this video, I will show two rows: how to start the coaster and how to make Puff Stitches. For the colour changes, please see the second video below.

How to Change Colours Video Demonstration

In this video, I demonstrate how I changed colours in both versions of the two-coloured coasters. Starting with the easier version first, where you just need to fasten off after the second row and attach the new colour.

After that, you can watch how I changed colours within the round to make the second version. This one is slightly more challenging as you need to carry the non-working yarn within the stitches and adjust the tension when changing to a different colour.

I hope these videos are helpful to you! Any questions, let me know in the comments below! πŸ™‚

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13 replies on “Crochet Round Coasters”

These were so much fun to make! I’d love to learn the details on how you switched colors for the third variety in your top photo.

Hi Isabel, glad to hear! I changed colour in the middle of a Puff St, after pulling through 7 loops on the hook. Then I joined the new colour and chained one to complete the Puff st with the new colour and carry the previous colour within the Puff Stitches until you switch again. It’s a little trickier and I might make a short video on this! πŸ™‚

Cheryl Burgoynesays:

Have you made a video yet? I’m a novice crocheter (experienced knitter, though), but also a visual learner. Would love to see the changing colors on a video. I love how these two colors resembled cork. Love this pattern ad except for the changing of colors, I think I actually understand it! 😊

Hi Cheryl, thank you for the reminder! I had completely forgotten about it. I’ll do my best to create a video, hopefully by the end of the week! πŸ™‚

Stacy Mojicasays:

what kind of yarn would you recommend for these?

Stacy Mojicasays:

never mind I found it! I made one and it is beautiful. thank you for the free pattern!

Kevin-brooke Hudsonsays:

Today is 08.24.23 @ 4:04 pm. I tried to pin this pattern to Pinterest and the link appears to be dead? I pinned a couple of patterns yesterday.

Oh… thanks for letting me know! It should be working now πŸ™‚

(1/24/24) Love this pattern! If I want to make this larger than 5 rounds, do I continue with 2 pf st, 1 pf st X (round # – 2)?

For example, round 7 would be *2 pf st, 1 pf st, 1 pf st, 1 pf st, 1 pf st, 1 pf st* repeat from * to the end of the round?

Hi Tiffany, that sounds correct to me! 😊 As you continue working on additional rows, you just add one more puff stitch between the increases (2 puff stitches).

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