Donut Coaster - Free Crochet Pattern

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Hello, hi & welcome back! I'm so excited to share my Donut Coaster free crochet pattern with you! This pattern also makes an adorable donut garland or applique. This crochet project whips up quickly and makes a great handmade gift idea!



Each donut is worked in flat rounds of single crochet and consists of the donut base and frosting. The finished donuts measure approximately 4 inches wide. Optional embellishments include a face and sprinkles, which are stitched on using a tapestry needle. You could easily make a larger donut by increasing yarn and hook sizes.


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Stitches:

This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.

  • Chain

  • SC - Single Crochet

  • Slip Stitch


Donut Coasters - Free Crochet Pattern

Donut Base:

With beige yarn, chain 12, slip stitch into the first chain (creating a circle)


Round 1: SC in each stitch (12 stitches)


Round 2: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next* (18 stitches)


Round 3: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 2 stitches* (24 stitches)


Round 4: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 3 stitches* (30 stitches)



Round 5: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 4 stitches* (36 stitches)


Round 6: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 5 stitches* (42 stitches)


Round 7: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 6 stitches* (48 stitches)


Slip stitch into the next stitch, chain 1, tie off.


Weave in the ends and trim any excess yarn.



Frosting:

With your frosting color yarn of choice, chain 18, slip stitch into the first chain (creating a circle)


Round 1: SC in each stitch (18 stitches)


Round 2: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 2 stitches* (24 stitches)


Round 3: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 3 stitches* (30 stitches)



Round 4: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 4 stitches* (36 stitches)


Round 5: 2 SC in the first, SC in the next 5 stitches* (42 stitches)


Slip stitch into the next stitch, chain 1, tie off with a long tail for attaching.


Weave in the short tail and trim any excess yarn.



Face & Sprinkles

The cute little face and sprinkles are optional additions to this donut coaster. If you choose to add them, they are stitched directly onto the frosting piece with a tapestry needle. Tie off and trim on the back side of the frosting.

  • The eyes and mouth are little 'V's that aren't pulled to tightly so they resemble little curves.

  • The sprinkles are stitched in any direction or color you'd like.




Assembly:

Using the long tail on the frosting and a tapestry needle, attach the frosting to the top of the donut base. Once securely stitched on, tie off and trim any excess on the back side.


I hope you have enjoyed creating with me! I had so much fun designing this donut coaster pattern for you!


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