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Posy Coaster Pattern

Updated: Jun 14

Some of my most favorite designs start with a hook, ball of scrap yarn, notebook, & pencil. I just sit and let my hook do the walking while I scribble down what it did in my weird shorthand. When it's finished I attempt to decipher my chicken scratch and type up the pattern. I follow the typed pattern and make another as I edit and improve the design.




The only problem with this pattern was I had no idea what it was by the end. I had originally created the design with Mandala Ombre yarn and considered trying to come up with a way to connect them securely to create a scarf. I haven't completely trashed that idea yet, but after struggling with it for a couple days decided to file it in the “maybe later” folder of my brain.

I just happened to have some Lily Sugar’n Cream cotton sitting next to me, and I'm pretty sure it whispered “try me”, so I gave it a shot. The finished product was just the right size for the glass sitting next to me to rest on. BAM! Coaster it is then.


I'm still torn on the name since half the time I think it looks more like a sunshine than a flower. However, when another amazing designer, Jo's Crafty Hook, informed me she was looking for flower patterns for an upcoming blog hop, it screamed flower.


Here's what you'll need to get started......

Materials:

Lily's Sugar & Creme Cotton(approx. 25 yds total)

I(Boye 5.25mm) Hook

Scissors

Needle


Abbreviations(US Terms):

SK = Skip

sts = Stitches

ST = Stitch

SL= Slip Stitch

CH = Chain

SC = Single Crochet

MR = Magic Ring


DC 3 Cluster = (YO, insert into the chain space & pull up a loop, YO & pull through 2) 3 times, YO & pull through all 4 loops


PICOT = CH 3, insert your hook through the top 3 loops of your cluster(see photo), YO, pull through all 4 loops on your hook.


NOTE: Finished coaster should measure approximately 6” across. Work this pattern in a continuous round.


To begin create a MR,

ROUND 1: place 6 SC in the MR(6)


ROUND 2: place 2 SC in each ST(12)


ROUND 3: repeat(SC in the next ST, 2 SC in the next) around for 18 sts total


ROUND 4: repeat(SC in the next 2 sts, 2 SC in the next) around for 24 sts total

ROUND 5: repeat(2 SC in the next ST, SC in the next 3 sts) around for 30 sts total

ROUND 6: repeat(2 SC in the next ST, SC in the next 4 sts) around for 36 sts total


ROUND 7: repeat (SC in the next 2 sts, CH3/SK2) 9 times


ROUND 8: SL in the next 2 sts, SL into the CH SP, CH 1, DC 3 Cluster, Picot, CH 1, DC 3 Cluster, CH 2, SL back into the CH SP,

repeat (SK the next 3 SC sts, CH 2, DC 3 Cluster(see abbreviations above), CH 1, DC 3 Cluster, Picot(see abbreviations above), CH 1, DC 3 Cluster, CH 2, SL back into the CH SP) 8 times, SL into the first CH SP, CH 2, DC 3 Cluster, CH 1, SL to your first DC Cluster. Cut, tie off & weave in your ends.



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