How to Crochet a Hexagon Coaster





Learn how to crochet a hexagon coaster with this easy to follow tutorial! This crochet coaster is a perfect placemat for candles, lanterns or cups and a great way to inject a little character to your home, it's also pretty and practical, my two favourite things. Using the double crochet stitch and chain this beginner pattern is quick and easy. It's a great stash buster project to use up your yarn scraps and makes an awesome last minute gift. Why not make a few and present then with some ribbon.





This pattern is written in US terminology

STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS

CH - Chain

DC - Double Crochet

SL ST - Slip Stitch

FOUNDATION

Chain 5 and join to form a ring.

PATTERN

Round1: CH 3 and 1 DC into the ring, CH 2, *2 DC, CH 2, 2 DC** into centre ring, repeat from * to ** 4 more times until you have 6 sets of 2 DC (including your set which is a CH 3 and 1DC) CH 2 and SL ST into top of original CH 3.

Round 2: CH 3, DC into the next DC, work *[DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, DC in each of the next 2 DC** repeat from * to ** 4 times, [DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, SL ST into top of original CH 3.

Round 3: CH 3, DC into the next 2 DC, work *[DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, DC in each of the next 4 DC** repeat from * to ** 4 times, [DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, DC into next DC, SL ST into top of original CH 3.

Round 4: CH 3, DC into the next 3 DC, work *[DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, DC in each of the next 6 DC** repeat from * to ** 4 times, [DC, CH2, DC] into CH 2 space, DC into next 2 DC, SL ST into top of original CH 3.


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Happy Hooking!


Chrissy


Crochet and Tea


Note: If you think I might have made a mistake in the pattern I'd love to hear from you. Crochet is all about growth and sometimes we make mistakes. If you have any hints, tips or a suggested amend to the pattern please head to my contact page and let me know. I'd love to hear from you.

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