Monday, November 4, 2013

Tiny Flower Doily Coaster, free pattern

I've made up this pattern so I could use 4 ply cotton and a 2mm hook to make a pretty doily coaster in 5 rounds. I couldn't find a pattern that would use that size yarn to make what I was looking for. I'm not sure how to explain how I did the little flower in the centre, but if I find out it can be improved I will update this pattern here on this page. Please leave a comment to let me know what you think!
this doily coaster has a tiny flower in the centre

Tiny Flower Doily Coaster Pattern

by Teena Sutton Murphy copyright 2013

Yarn and Hook -  4 ply cotton with 2mm hook
Gauge - finished doily measure 3.5inches or 9cm across
Special Stitch (3 dc tog) - yarn over hook (yo), insert hook, yo and draw it through stitch, pull through 2 loops on hook leaving 2 loops, yo insert yo draw through, pull through 2 loops leaving 3 loops, yo insert yo draw through, pull through 2 loops leaving 4 loops, yo and pull through remaining 4 loops to complete stitch

1. ch 4, sl st to form loop, working into centre of loop, (ch 3, 2 dc tog to form 1st petal) 3 ch (3 dc tog) 3 ch (3 dc tog) 3 ch (3 dc tog) 3 ch (3 dc tog) 3 ch sl st into top of 1st petal (5 petal inside a circle)
2. sl st into next ch sp, ch 3 (counts as 1st st) 5 dc into same ch sp, (6 dc into next ch sp) repeat 3 more times, sl st into top of 1st st (30 st)
3. ch 3 (counts as 1st st) dc into same as sl st, ch 2 sk 1 st (2 dc into next st, ch 2 sk 1 st) repeat to end sl st into top of 1st st (15 ch sps)
4. ch 3 (counts as 1st st) dc into next, 2 dc into ch sp (dc into next st, dc into next st, 2 dc into ch sp) repeat to end, sl st into top of 1st st (60 st)
5. (sk next st, 5 dc into next st, sk next st, sl st into next st to form scallop) repeat to end (15 scallops) fasten off and sew in ends
a stack of pretty doily drink coasters


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  2. I love it, very cute. do you make all your patterns in US terms

    1. yes my patterns are usually in US terms although I'm in Australia and the ladies at my craft group use UK terms :D

    2. Thank you so much, i love all your patterns, have a great day/night

    3. I'm glad you like them! A great day/night to you too!

  3. these are gorgeous. what brand of cotton did you use?

    1. Thankyou, I'm glad you like them! I use 4 ply cotton from Bendigo Woollen Mills in Victoria, Australia :D

    2. Thanks for replying so quickly. ill have to have a loo n at their website. :)

    3. Sorry meant look at their website.

  4. Hi, If I were to make some of these and want to sell them would that be okay, IF I link the listing back to your website?
    Thank you!


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