Granny's Scrappy Coaster by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots

Granny's Scrappy Coaster

June 2020
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in HDC
5.0 mm (H)
14 yards (13 m)
One Size
Flag of English English
This pattern is available for $3.00 USD
buy it now or visit pattern website

A free version is also available.

In June of 2018, I shared Granny’s Patriotic Wreath, and in that, I mentioned a red, white, and blue coaster I made. It only took 2 years to get it published, but here is that coaster! Perfect for scrap pieces of cotton yarn, and endless color possibilities!


  • 14 Yards (Per Coaster) of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn - I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Red, Royal and White
  • H8/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Optional, Jewelry Pliers

Material Notes:
Yarn Alternatives to Lily Sugar n Cream: Bernat’s Handicrafter, Red Heart’s Smoothie, Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran, Rico Creative Cotton Aran

As coasters, I recommend cotton yarn as it’s more absorbent, but any yarn will work – I have some that I worked in Red Heart Super Saver that I use often.

Jewelry pliers are an excellent tool to use to help weave in ends, as cotton yarn can be tough on the fingers when weaving in with just fingers and a tapestry needle.

Time Spent:
About 30 minutes per coaster.

4” Square

Gauge - Not Essential:
16 HDC by 10 Rows = 4”

Abbreviations (in US Terms):

  • DC - Double Crochet
  • SC - Single Crochet
  • PLT - Pull Loop Through Joining Method (Explained)

For Instant Digital Purchase:

This is a 5 page PDF containing written instructions (first 2 pages) and 4 photos - the main photo plus 3 collages showing joining process.

You WILL NOT be receiving anything via snail mail - just a PDF.

Digital Purchases are FINAL sale - Due to their digital nature they cannot be returned or refunded.

Copyright 2020 - All EyeLoveKnots, Photos and PDF’s are protected under copyright. They are not to be copied, distributed or sold - doing so is copyright infringement and stealing! DO NOT link to the PDF Download link, rather linking should be done from blog post or shop link. Feel free to use this information to make and sell your own items. Designer credit - Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots - is very much appreciated, but not required. DO NOT use my photos in selling your own products!