Little Tree Coasters

Don’t you just love the rustic theme? I’m so in love with it right now and tree prints are really stealing my heart. And that’s how these cuties were born!

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The problem was, once I started making them, I couldn’t decide on which colors I really wanted! So, I just decided to make a mix instead. I think the dark green and white may be my favorite, but it’s also Christmas time, so that could be playing a part in it!

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The coasters are worked up in a simple stitch work, and then the trees are added on at the end with a needle.


Here’s how to make your own:

 Little Tree Coasters

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Materials

Worsted Weight Yarn (#4)

  • Neutral – 25 yards
  • Green – 10 yards
  • Brown – 20 inches

H/8/5.00mm Hook

Yarn Needle

Scissors

Optional Materials

Grip Liner

Hot Glue Gun

Hot Glue Sticks

Gauge

Not important for this project

Size

4.5” x 4.5” [11.4 cm x 11.4cm]

Stitch Guide

arnd = around

ch = chain

sc = single crochet

sl st(s) = slip stitch(es)

st(s) = stitch(es)

Skill Level

Easy

Written in U.S. Terms

Notes

  • Beginning chains do not count as stitches

Instructions

PANEL  

With Neutral,

1. Ch 15, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn (14)

2. Ch 1, sc across, turn (14)

3-16. Repeat row 2

With Green,

17. Ch 1, sc in end of each row and in each st arnd; Fasten. (60)

TREE

With Green,

*Thread needle with green yarn and insert from the back into the space between the 3rd & 4th stitches and 6th & 7th rows. Bring green diagonally down and insert from the front through the space between the 2nd & 3rd stitch and 4th and 5th rows. Repeat this step 2 more times.

Insert needle from the back through the same beginning space and work diagonally down to the space between the 5th & 6th stitch and 4th and 5th rows. Repeat 2 more times.

*Insert needle from the back through the space between the tree ‘branches’ just created. Bring it diagonally down to the space between the 2nd & 3rd stitch and 3rd & 4th rows. Repeat 2 more times.

Insert needle from the back through the same space this branch set started and work diagonally down to the space between the 5th & 6th stitch and 3rd & 4th rows. Repeat 2 more times.

*Insert needle from the back through the space between the 2nd set of tree ‘branches’ (just created). Bring it diagonally down to the space between the 2nd & 3rd stitch and 2nd & 3rd rows. Repeat 2 more times.

Insert needle from the back through the same space this branch set started and work diagonally down to the space between the 5th & 6th stitch and 2nd & 3rd rows. Repeat 2 more times.

With Brown,

*Insert needle from the back through the space between the 3rd set of tree ‘branches’ (which is the space between 3rd & 4th stitch and 3rd & 4th rows). Bring straight down and insert from the top through the space between the 3rd & 4th stitches and the 1st & 2nd rows. Repeat 2 more times. 

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Finishing

  • Hide all strings.
  • Optional: Add grip liner to back – Lay coaster onto grip liner, trace around the outside of the coaster, cut it out and trim off ¼” from each side. Hot glue to the back of the coaster. 
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