FREE PATTERN – Farmhemian Coasters

Anyone love a good, quick project? Me for sure!

Sometimes I need a good project that I can do without having to concentrate too hard. These Farmhemian Coasters are just that!

The design for this project was inspired in part from The Plush Pineapple . I inadvertently made some circular coasters very similar to her Boho Coasters . When it was brought to my attention, Sarah was super nice and understanding. She made the suggestion that we work together and do a blog hop! So I modified the coasters to be square, and BOOM! Community over competition.

Love that unique trait in our crochet/knit community. I have found so many nice, kind people in the crochet/knit community who are willing to help each other out! Sarah did just that instead of getting upset. I truly appreciate how she handled the situation.

The name for these coasters was made because I am totally crushing over the Bohemian style, but I still love farmhouse, so I decided to smash the two together! Farm-hemian was made! Is it a word? Probably not, but it totally epitomizes my current style at the moment.

To make these coasters, you will need:

MATERIALS (WITH CLICKABLE LINKS)

STITCH KEY

US Crochet Terms Used

  • ch – Chain

  • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches

  • sl st – Slip Stitch

  • sc – Single Crochet

FINISHED SIZE

4”x4” not including the fringe

GAUGE

8 sc sts, 8 rows = 2”

BEFORE YOU START

  • Ch 1 does not count as a st

  • To unravel fringe, you can “comb” your needle through the strands rather than unraveling by hand

PATTERN

ch 17

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across, turn (16 sts)

Rows 2-13: ch 1, sc across, turn (16 sts)

If adding a stripe, switch colors

Rows 14-16: ch 1, sc across, turn (16 sts)

Change back to main color

Rows 17-18: ch 1, sc across, turn (16 sts)

Fasten off, weave in ends. Block project, so it lays flat.

ATTACHING FRINGE

Step 1: Cut 70, 3.5” strips

Step 2: Using your hook, attach fringe to each outer sc st on the bottom and top

Step 3: Attach fringe to the sides by putting one fringe in each row

Step 4: Attach fringe to each corner again at a diagonal. Corners should have three fringes.

Step 5: Trim fringe to desired length and comb needle through each fringe strand to unravel

And that’s it!

If you prefer a downloadable PDF version that has written instructions as well as an easy-to-read chart, you can check out my shop, Etsy, or Ravelry.

Make sure you tag me in your finished projects when you are done so I can see! Use #FarmhemianCoasters on Instagram for a chance to be featured!

Happy making!

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