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Crochet Coaster and Placemat Mug Rug

Create your own set of handmade coasters and placemats with this crochet pattern for a charming mug rug. These versatile pieces are perfect for adding a touch of warmth and personality to your dining table or coffee nook. Using a simple crochet stitch, you can easily customize the size and color of your coasters and placemats to match your home decor or to give as thoughtful gifts to friends and family. Whether you're a beginner looking to practice your stitches or an experienced crafter wanting a quick and satisfying project, this pattern is sure to delight. With just a few skeins of yarn and a crochet hook, you can create a set of coasters and placemats that will bring joy and style to your home. So grab your supplies and get started on this delightful crochet project today!

Materials for this Free Coaster Pattern


Stylecraft Special Aran, #4 lightweight (100% Acrylic, 322 yards/295 m per 3.5 oz/100g Ball)

Color A – Mustard

Color B – White

Estimated Total Yardage

30 yards for Color A

40 Yards for Color B

Hook and other Materials

– US Size H/8 (5 mm) Crochet Hook

– Darning needle

Gauge – 15 sts over 8 rows = 10 cm/4” made in dc.

Gauge is not crucial to this project.

Pattern Notes

– Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.

– Similar #4 weight yarn can be substituted

– Chains at the beginning of the rows count as a stitch.

– You are welcome to use any other colors but a minimum of 2 colors would make the pattern pop beautifully.

– The difficultylevel – Intermediate

Terms – US Terminology

Stitch Abbreviations

– Chain(s) – ch(s)

– Double crochet – dc

Finished Measurements = 5” by 4” without the fringes, Fringes = 1”

Construction Note

The pattern is worked in 2 different sections, the first is the Filet, and the second is the Weaving of the chains made through the filet section, section 3 adds the fringes.

Section 2: Weaving in your chains

You can decide to complete the first section and then weave your chains through.


Section 1: Filet

Row 1: With A, ch 27, dc in 5th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next ch, rep from * to end. turn. 13 dc, 12 ch 1 sp

Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), skip next ch sp, dc in next st, *ch 1, skip ch sp, dc in next st, rep from * to last ch 1 sp, ch 1, skip ch sp, dc in last st, turn. 13 dc, 12 ch 1 sp

Rows 3 – 10: Rep Row 2.

Fasten off

Section 2: Weaving

Leave a tail of 2”, Ch 25, leave about 2” of yarn and cut yarn.

Make 9 more separate chains, and set them aside.

Thread the beginning 2” through a darning needle, pass the darning needle *below 1 dc and over the next Dc, repeat from * to end of the row

Repeat this step with each row.

To secure the chains, sew the 2” left on either side of the chains to each end of the Row.-

Section 3: FringesCut out 40 pieces of 10” of yarn (depending on how long you want your fringes to be)

Pick 2 and fold into half.

Pass your hook through the last st on each row. Fig 5.

Slip the yarn (fringe) and the (tail – 2”) left from the chains through the hook.

Make a slip knot to secure the fringe alongside the 2” left from the chain.

Repeat the process for each row.

Trim off excess yarn.

Sew in Ends.

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