I’ll be honest with you….I’m not really a coaster person. I get what they are for, and I know they can be useful and cute, but I have never found myself needing them. Until now. Can I blame getting older?! Like when you grow up and get excited about a new vacuum for your Birthday, or the only main thing on your “I need list” is a new air fryer?! Well, this year for my Birthday I was very excited to get a new desk and chair (see!!) for my office space so I no longer have to use the dining room table! As I was setting everything up I realized I just CANNOT ruin my brand new desk with coffee rings or condensation! So, here we are with solution to my new found problem, the Quinnley Coaster.
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Simple and Sweet
The Quinnley Coaster is an easy pattern, and I wanted to give it a modern-vintage feel…That’s a thing, right!?
The pattern is worked in rounds, and can be easily adjusted by adding rounds for a bigger a size.
I choose a 3 weight cotton-blend yarn so the coaster itself wouldn’t be too bulky, and have a bit of a lighter look. You can use any weight or fibre you choose however, you can see some tester photos are done in worsted weight cotton. Just be mindful that they may come out a bit bigger!
The Tester Pictures
My testers were amazingly quick with this one and some made multiple sets of 4 in one day!
Some of the yarns they used included: Lion Brand Comfy Cotton, Premier Just Cotton, Bernat Handicrafter Cotton, Lion Brand Truboo and Caron Cotton Cakes.
Quinnley Coaster Pattern
- Approx. 14 – 15 yds of #3 dk weight yarn, per coaster. I used *Lion Brand Coboo (cotton/rayon blend)
- US size G/6 – 4.0mm crochet hook. I used my fave *Furls Odyssey
- *Yarn needle
Laid flat – 4″ across
- ch – Chain
- mc – Magic Circle/Magic Ring
- sc – Single Crochet
- hdc – Half Double Crochet
- dc – Double Crochet
- Picot – Picot Stitch
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- Rnd(s) – Round(s)
- US Terminology
- All beginning ch1 and ch2 do not count as a stitch
- The size can be adjusted by adding additional rounds before the final picot round using increases x14
- Coaster may not sit flat initially, pushing it flat and setting a heavy object on it for a few minutes worked for me, but you can also block if desired.
- For additional help with the Magic Circle or Picot stitches see the YouTube Tutorial.
- *-* denotes repeat sequence
Full photo and video tutorial for the Picot Stitch, are available in the downloadable PDF or the YouTube Tutorial.
Picot Stitch (picot) – ch3, insert hook into back bump of first ch, yarn over, pull up a loop, pull through first ch on the hook.
Start with mc, ch2
Rnd 1: Make 14 dc into magic ring, join with a slst to the first st,, ch1 (14).
Rnd 2: 2hdc in each st around, join with a slst to the first st, ch1 (28).
Rnd 3: Hdc in the first st, 2hdc in the next st, *hdc in the next st, 2hdc in the next st*, repeat around, join with a slst to the first st, ch1 (42).
Rnd 4: Sc in the first two sts, 2sc in the next st, *sc in the next two sts, 2sc in the next st*, repeat around, join with a slst to the first st, ch1 (56).
Rnd 5: Sc in the first st, sc in the next 3 sts, picot, *sc in the next 4 sts, picot* repeat around, join with a slst to the first st, tie off (56 sc, 14 picot).
Weave in all ends, and block if desired.
There you have it! Your very own Quinnley Coaster!
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