Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters

Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters from #Easter #crochet #coasters #EasterEgg #DIY

In case you’re new to the blog, the purpose of the Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month’s challenge is about Easter or Gardening Projects, so I chose to make these Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters. My pin inspiration came from this pin from Whiskers and Wool. I’ve had the pin for quite a while so I decided it was about time to make some!

Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters from #Easter #crochet #coasters #EasterEgg #DIY

There is a great tutorial on her website with plenty of great pictures. The directions are really easy to follow. And it takes almost no time at all to whip one of these up. I will be making several more of these in different colors to give away as gifts.

Find out what you need to crochet these super simple, cute Easter egg coasters!
Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters

Materials needed for one coaster:

Sugar ‘n Cream Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn (or any worsted weight cotton yarn)
– 13 yards MC
–   6 yards White
Size G (4.25mm) Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle

Finished Size: 4 1/4″ across x 5 3/4″ tall

Be sure to visit Whiskers and Wool to find out how to make these cute little coasters! Super easy and super cute!

For last month’s challenge I shared how to make this Spring Peony Wreath!




Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters from #Easter #EasterEgg #Crochet #Coasters #DIY

For more Pinterest inspired projects from this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts, check out the links below ↓

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My Pinterventures    Domestic Deadline  Across the Boulevard 
  Cookies Coffee and Crafts  •  Farm Girl Reformed  •  Slices of Life
Decorate and More with Tip    Purple Hues and Me   My Family Thyme
Intelligent Domestications  •  Sew Crafty Crochet
Life Beyond Kitchen •  Doodle T and Me

Modern on Monticello •  Sum of their Stories   Our Good Life

Once Upon A Time & Happily Ever After •  EyeLoveKnots
Create with Cynthia •  This Autoimmune Life   DIY Vibes
Mom Home Guide 
Stone Cottage Adventures    Teadoddles •  Our Crafty Mom

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16 comments on “Crocheted Easter Egg Coasters

  1. These crocheted coasters are adorable! I love the colors you chose!

  2. These are sooooo cute!

  3. What a great idea and I just love the colors you’ve chosen. Pinned.
    Joanne recently posted…Whipped Topping Dyed Easter EggsMy Profile

  4. I should learn how to crochet. These are so adorable and it would be so fun to make coasters for each season.

  5. I need to make me a few of the eggs. They are adorable and would look so cute in the kitchen on the counter top. Thanks for sharing.

  6. What a great little pattern & perfect for scraps! : )

  7. These are the just cutest crochet eggs! You are very talented. My mil tried to teach me but I just couldn’t pick it up! Love the colors!

  8. These are the perfect non chocolate easter gift idea. I love the colours you used.

  9. Such a brilliant coaster idea! I love the colors you used. I have so much Sugar ‘n Cream Cotton Yarn that I need to use up, so I may definitely make a couple Easter coasters.
    T’onna | Sew Crafty Crochet recently posted…Crochet Carrots for the Easter BunnyMy Profile

  10. These are so adorable. And can be used for so many other projects too. Pinned.

  11. Those egg coasters in pastel colors are such a lovely way to add Easter decor to your home! How pretty! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  12. Those coasters look like a great way to use up stash yarn. I’m sure you’ll get a lot of use out of them.

  13. These are so cute! I love the colors you chose!

  14. These are so cute! What pretty colors you used.

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  16. Your coasters are lovely! Beautiful, soft colors. I think they would make great little art pieces too!
    Alexandra recently posted…How to Hold Your Yarn for Crochet (and Continental Knitting) 2 Ways – Photo TutorialMy Profile

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