Kiwi and Watermelon Coasters

By: Rajeshwari Singh from
Kiwi and Watermelon Coasters
Kiwi and Watermelon Coasters

"Crochet coasters are among the easiest patterns to make. A basket of fruit always provides a fresh touch and its always fun to make crochet fruits coasters. These fruit coasters of course make a perfect theme for coasters, which are most often used during meals. This pattern is ideal if you are new to crochet, as you only need to know basic stitches, single crochet....double crochet and how to slip stitch!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueCrochet


Materials List

  • For Watermelon Coaster:

    4mm Crochet Hook

    Bulky Yarn(Red,Green, Black)
  • For Kiwi Coaster:

    4mm Crochet Hook

    4 ply Yarn(Green,Brown,Cream and Black)
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