A unique and fun set of beaded boho crochet coasters.
I love a good quick crochet project, how about you? Quick projects are great for many reasons. The one reason I love quick crochet projects is for the instant satisfaction I get when completing it. That feeling I get when completing a crochet project is just so nice.
This specific project of boho crochet coasters will give you that satisfaction feeling whether you just complete one coaster or a set of 4 coasters.
This set of boho crochet coasters is also perfect for gift giving. Make a set in 1 solid color or make a set of 4 with 2 or even 4 different colors! If you like working with a lot of colors then this can be a fun project to make in multiple colors.
The shape of this specific coaster is a hexagon. A fun geometric shape with 6 sides. The hexagon shape adds just a little more uniqueness to a set of coasters. It also adds slightly to the boho style.
This coaster consists of 6 rounds. It also uses a variety of crochet stitches throughout. Those stitches include chains, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet stitches.
The most unique and fun aspect of this boho crochet coaster is the beads. There are 6 beads that are added during the last round.
The pattern calls for hildie & jo 8 mm wood beads. You can experiment with other beads but you will just need some that have a large enough hole for the worsted weight yarn to be pulled through.
Now, the beads can always be left off. That will still look very nice. You can also add some fringe tassels around the last round if you decide to not add any beads.
The yarn used for this project is one that I enjoy using for many home decor items rather than for a wearable crochet design. The yarn is Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton. It is 100% cotton and has a unique construction to it.
There are so many colors to choose from. The 2 colors used for the coasters are Beets and Dragonfly. 2 newer colors that were recently added to this specific line of yarn.
You can check out some Mug Rug Coasters here that also use 24/7 Cotton Yarn.
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- Yarn: 90 yards #4 Worsted Weight – Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in Dragonfly & Beets
- Hook: US Size (F/5) 3.75 mm crochet hook
- Other Tools: Yarn needle, Scissors, Hildie & Jo 8mm wood beads (or any beads that have a large enough hole for your yarn to fit through), 1.6 mm steel crochet hook or size that will fit through the beads.
- 5 inches across widest points
Stitches/Abbreviations: US Terms
- ch – chain
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- sp – space
- blo – back loop only
- sl st – slip stitch
- sc – single crochet
- hdc – half double crochet
- dc – double crochet
- Beginning chains do not count as a stitch.
- Join each round with a sl st to the first st in that round.
- How to add a bead: Using a size 1.6 mm crochet hook or any size that will fit through the bead, place the bead on the small hook, put the hook through the working yarn loop, pull the loop through the bead, grab the larger hook and continue working the pattern as written.
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Make 4 total. 2 in color A & 2 in color B.
Create magic ring (adjustable loop).
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc & ch 1), (dc, ch 1) 5 times in ring, join to ch 2 of beginning ch 3 – 6 dc, 6 ch-1.
Round 2: Ch 1, sc in the last ch sp made from Round 1 before the join, sc in same st as join, [(sc, ch 1, sc) in ch sp, sc in next] 5 times, (sc, ch 1) in first ch sp, join – 18 sc, 6 ch sps.
Round 3: Ch 1, hdc in the last ch sp made from Round 2 before the join , hdc in same st as join, hdc in next 2 [(hdc, ch 1, hdc) in ch-1 sp, hdc in next 3] 5 times, (hdc, ch 1) in first ch-1 sp, join – 30 hdc, 6 ch sps.
The printable PDF copy includes a page of photos to help you with stitch placement and it includes a photo tutorial on how to add the beads. Find the PDF on ETSY or RAVELRY.
Round 4: Ch 2, dc in the last ch sp made from Round 3 before the join , blo dc in same st as join, blo dc in next 4, [(dc, ch 1, dc) in ch-1 sp, blo dc in next 5] 5 times, (dc, ch 1) in first ch-1 sp, join – 42 dc, 6 ch sps.
Round 5: Ch 1, sc in the last ch sp made from Round 4 before the join , blo sc in same st as join, blo sc in next 6, [(hdc, ch 1 hdc) in ch-1 sp, blo sc in next 7] 5 times, (hdc, ch 1) in first ch-1 sp, join – 54 sts, 6 ch sps.
Round 6: Ch 1, sc in the last ch sp made from Round 5 before the join , sc in same st as join, sc in next 8, [(sc, ch 1, add bead, sc) in ch sp, sc in next 9] 5 times, (sc, ch 1, add bead) in first ch sp, join – 66 sts, 6 ch sps.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
I hope you enjoyed making yourself a set of fun coasters. You can always tag me on social media and use the hashtag #simplyhookedbyjanet. You can also add your project to Ravelry.
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7 thoughts on “Unique Boho Crochet Coaster Set With Beads”
I love these! I made a lot of them in different colors with 24/7 and will give them as birthday/hostess gifts. I used olive wood beads-8mm-really cool. Got the beads on Etsy. Thanks so much for an easy and stunning pattern. Fun to whip up!
on round 2 “sc in previous ch space made”-you lost me. is this the previous ch sp in round 1 before the join or is this the ch space made from the 3rd ch of the 1st dc+ch of round 1?
Then it says to “sc in same st as join”. Is this in the 2nd of the 3 chains from round 1? I keep trying this various ways but it doesn’t look right. can you help me please. I’m kind of bummed that I must purchase the PDF just to see the photos. I hope the rest of the pattern instructions will be more clear to me because I have been crocheting 40+ years and would really like to make these coasters. . .
Working in the previous ch sp made means working that stitch in the very last ch sp made from the previous round before the join. This creates a less visible seam and is a technique used in quite a few motif patterns I have come across over the years. It may feel weird at first to do as you are almost working that first stitch going backwards with your hook.