Candy House Coaster-A Free Pattern

The Candy House Coaster is a super simple and festive coaster pattern to decorate your tables in the winter time! Use minimal amounts of yarn for a cute holiday themed coaster to set that warm cup of hot cocoa on!

Candy House Coaster

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Photo credit: Kayla Morris of KMTCreations

Materials Needed:

  • Worsted Weight Cotton in 3 or more colors
    • White for snow on roof
    • Color for Chimney
    • Color(s) for main House
  • H hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

 

Gauge: Not necessary for this project

 

Stitch Glossary: MC-magic circle, ch-chain, sl st- slip stitch, sc-single crochet

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Photo credit: Sarah Collins
Pattern Instructions:

Round 1: MC. (Sc, ch 1) x5. Join to the first sc. (10)

Round 2: Sl st into the first ch 1 space. Ch 1. [(Sc, ch 1) x2] in each ch 1 space around. Join to the first sc. (20)

Round 3: Sl st into the first ch 1 space. Ch 1. [(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the same ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next ch 1 space. *[(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the next ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next ch 1 space.* Repeat from * to * around. Join to the first sc. (30)

Round 4:  Sl st into the first ch 1 space. Ch 1. [(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the same ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 2 ch 1 spaces. *[(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the next ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 2 ch 1 spaces.* Repeat from * to * around. Join to the first sc. (40)

Round 5: Sl st into the first ch 1 space. Ch 1. [(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the same ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 3 ch 1 spaces. *[(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the next ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 3 ch 1 spaces.* Repeat from * to * around. Join to the first sc. (50)

Round 6: Sl st into the first ch 1 space. Ch 1. [(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the same ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 4 ch 1 spaces. *[(Sc, ch 1) x2] in the next ch 1 space. (Sc, ch 1) in the next 4 ch 1 spaces.* Repeat from * to * around. Join to the first sc. (60). Fasten off.

 

Snow

With your white yarn, join to the front loop of one of the ch 1 spaces located in the corners of the house with a sl st. From here working past the top corner point and to the next corner, ch however many ch (I did anywhere from 0-5 ch-play around with it!) you want your snow to be and sl st into the front loop of the next st. Repeat this chaining process until you get to the third corner. You should end in the front loop of the ch 1 space. Fasten off.

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Photo credit: Betty Lewis of Butterfly Dreams Crochet and Crafts

 

Chimney

Choose which side you would like to have your chimney on. If on the right side, count 8 stitches from the top point of the house. If choosing the left side, count 4 stitches from the top point of the house.

Row 1: With your chimney color, attach your yarn with a sc in the remaining back loop of  this particular stitch. Sc in the next 3 st. Turn. (4)

Row 2: Ch 1. Sc in the same st as the ch 1. Sc in the next 3 st. Turn. (4)

Row 3-4: Repeat Row 2. Fasten off. Weave in all ends.

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***My testers and I have worked diligently to make this pattern for you. Rewriting, reselling, distributing, or copying this pattern as your own and/or without my consent is prohibited. You may sell any finished items from this pattern. However, I do ask that you credit me as the designer and link back to my Facebook page www.facebook.com/sweetpotatocrochetcreations or my Ravelry page http://www.ravelry.com/designers/sweet-potato-crochet-creations

 

I hope you all have enjoyed this fun and easy pattern!!

XOXO

 

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2 thoughts on “Candy House Coaster-A Free Pattern

  1. What type of stitch or yarn do you use for the snowy white look on top of the roof of the red house? That looks a lot different than the pink one in the picture.

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