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Snowflake Coasters CAL: Getting Started

December Crochet Along

Crochet Along (1)

Hello again to our monthly Crochet Along friends, both old and new! For those of you who are just joining us, each month we journey through every stage of a project together, from the materials to the final embellishments. We couldn’t wrap up 2016 without something festive, so here is the latest from Janaya Chouinard: Snowflake Coasters.

This design is perfect since the beginning of December always makes me break out my “let it snow” dance. I think one of the most invigorating and fresh feelings in the whole world is the atmosphere when it’s about to start sprinkling us all with soft snowflake kisses. This month is all about curling up inside with hot cocoa, a blanket, and the people you love while waiting for the wonderful winter holidays, and the best way to complete that picture is to add a fun, snowy crochet pattern.

Whether you’re hosting a Christmas party or just want to give your coffee table a touch of Jack Frost, Snowflake Coasters are the perfect project to start on this month. They’re quick and easy, so they won’t add stress to the busyness of the season but will offer you the chance to take a break and enjoy a quality design. They’re also a refreshing take on traditional snowflake crochet patterns—their colorful centers add a little extra pop.

Snowflake Coasters (photo taken with Olympus digital camera)



  • Red Heart Creme de la Creme – 71 yards (40 gm) is needed to complete a set of 4 coasters (for the contrasting centers, be sure to choose two different colors of yarn)
  • 5.0 mm (H-8) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Finished size: 6 inches across at the widest point

The next stage will introduce you to the stitches used for this pattern and the first few rows of your coaster. Be sure to check back in and to subscribe to I Like Crochet magazine to continue getting great pattern and design ideas from our crochet community.

  • For everyone asking for the directions, the link on the bottom right “Peaceful Pastels Lookbook” with an arrow, will take you to some directions. Click the link on bottom right of next page and will give you the rest. Took me a few minutes to figure it out too. The second page may produce another pattern (pretty one showed up for me) but bottom right link took me back to this pattern and rest of the directions.

    • Clock on Peaceful Pastels lookbook, it weep take you to the next step. But apparently still not the complete pattern

  • I’m just learning to crochet. I like the snowflake coasters, but are they easy for beginners?

  • I really need to make 15 sets of these in the next week for a luncheon. How can I get the complete pattern?

    • Look on bottom right to the link for outbook? With the arrow pointing to the right. Click it & it’ll take you to more directions and do on that page also for the rest of the directions. How this helps you.

  • Where is the pattern? Found this through Ravelry, would love to make these as gifts for coworkers but I can’t figure out why it just cuts off? When/where will the pattern be available?


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