Sunflower Star Coaster

I absolutely adore sunflowers and plant some in my garden every year, I thought it would be fun to make a little sunflower coaster to brighten up my patio table during the summer months. They take no time at all to make and are perfect for using up small amounts of yarn from your stash. They look fab in all shades and you could try bright pinks and mustard or for a beach themed set of coasters blues and soft pink and brown shades. Enjoy getting creative, with different colours, happy crocheting best wishes Fiona xx

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Let’s get started you will need to be familiar with the following stitches. Please note this pattern is written in UK terms.

Used Stitches: UK English. US abbreviations below in brackets. ch = chain ss = slip stitch dc = double crochet (US single crochet) tr = treble (US double crochet) dtr = double treble crochet (US treble crochet) sp = space space sk st. = skip skip beg = beginning. beginning

4dtrcl = 4 double treble cluster. (US 4 treble crochet cluster) (use this to start Round 2)

5dtrcl = 5 double treble cluster. ( US 5 treble crochet cluster use this for the rest of Round 2 )

Pattern notes: My sunflower star coaster motif is made of 5 rounds, Round 2 use cluster stitches, this is where several stitches are grouped together (worked in the same space or stitch) by not completing the final part of the stitch and leaving all loops on the hook, before pulling the hook through all the loops of the incomplete stitches at the end, and forming the cluster stitch. It’s much the same as a decrease is done .I used Stylecraft classique cotton dk, but any double knitting yarn will do, and a 4mm hook.

Foundation Round Using brown make a magic loop or ch5, ss to join into a ring.

Round 1 (RS) Into the magic loop or ring ch5 (counts as tr, ch2 ), (1tr, ch2,) 7times, ss, to join into 3rd chain of beg ch-5, fasten off. (8tr, 8x ch-2sp)

Rounds 2 Using yellow attach yarn in any ch-2sp of round 1, ch4 (counts as dtr) 4dtrcl, ch5, (5dtrcl, ch5) in every ch-2sp around ss to join into first stitch after your beg ch-4.( 8 petals)

Round 2

Rounds 3 Using Ivory attach yarn in any ch-5sp of round 2, ch3 (counts as tr) 2tr, ch2, 3tr, ch1, into same ch-5sp, working out of ch-5 spaces only, *3tr ch2 3tr, ch1, *repeat from to around, slst to join to beg ch-3.

Rounds 4 Using green attach yarn in any ch-2sp, of round 3, ch3 (counts as tr) 2tr, ch2, 3tr, ch2 , into same ch-2sp, working out of ch-2 spaces only and skipping ch-1sp’s, *3tr ch2 3tr, ch1, *repeat from to around, slst to join to beg ch-3.

Rounds 5 Using white attach yarn into first tr of 3tr group as photo Round 5, ch1 (counts as dc) 1dc into each of next 2tr, (2dc, ch2, 2dc,) in next ch-2sp, 1dc in each of next 3tr, placing your hook under the ch1sp of Round 3, work a long dc, * 1dc, in each of next 3tr, (2dc, ch2, 2dc,) into next ch-2sp, 1dc in each of next 3tr, placing your hook under the ch-1sp, of Round 3, work a long dc,* repeat from to around, slst to beg ch-1, fasten off. Weave in yarn ends.

Round 5

You may also like our sunflower 🌻 granny square motif, pattern is on our blog page or a pdf version available in our Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/SewHappyCreative/listing/708889306/sunflower-granny-square-crochet-pattern

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