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Crochet Sunflower Coaster

Crochet Sunflower Coaster

Welcome to Handmade Learning Here, where creativity meets functionality! In this article, we’ll explore the delightful world of sunflower coaster – a charming addition to your home décor that seamlessly combines beauty and practicality. Handcrafted with love, these coasters bring a touch of nature indoors while protecting your surfaces. Today I want to introduce you to an incredible tutorial that has an impressive beauty, it’s the Sunflower Coasters pattern. These pieces are very elegant, beautiful and look excellent in any decoration for your daily life.

In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of creating delightful crochet sunflower coaster. Follow the step-by-step tutorial to make this charming project.

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Creating sunflower coasters is a quick and easy project that makes a big impact. The flower center involves two rounds of double crochet stitches, and the petals are crafted in just two additional rounds.


The Allure of Sunflowers:

Sunflowers, with their vibrant hues and uplifting presence, have long been a symbol of joy and positivity. Incorporating these cheerful blooms into your living space can instantly transform the ambiance, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

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The Art of Crocheting Sunflower Coaster:

Crocheting sunflower coasters is a rewarding and enjoyable project that allows you to showcase both your love for this timeless flower and your crochet skills. With just a few simple materials, you can create coasters that not only serve a practical purpose but also double as charming pieces of handmade art.

One of the key aspects of the handmade movement is the personal touch that artisans infuse into their creations. Crafting sunflower coasters allows for a unique blend of artistic expression and functionality.

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These coasters not only add a charming touch to any table but are also perfect for beginners. Below, you’ll find simple instructions to help you make these crochet sunflower coasters.


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To get started, you’ll need some basic materials:


  • Use DK (light worsted, 8ply) cotton blend or 100% cotton yarn.
  • Opt for skeins weighing 1.76 ounces/50 grams, with approximately 103 yards/95 meters.


  • Color A: Choose 1 skein of dark brown (for the flower center). This should be sufficient for crafting six coasters.
  • Color B: Pick 1 skein of gold (for the flower petals). You’ll only need a small amount of this color.

You can choose another colors as your preference.

Crochet Hook with a size of 3.75 mm.

Yarn needle: Essential for weaving in loose ends.



With these simple supplies, you’ll be all set to embark on your crochet journey and create beautiful coasters.



While the gauge may not be a critical factor for this project, if you desire your crochet sunflower coasters to align with the dimensions of the provided pattern, it’s advisable to check your crochet gauge before commencing the project. The recommended gauge for this pattern is achieving 15 double crochet stitches by 10 rows within a 4 x 4 inch / 10 x 10cm square.



  • MR-  magic ring
  • Ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • hk – hook
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sk – skip
  • st/sts – stitch/stitches
  • rnd – round
  • YO – yarn over hook
  • BL – back of loop


This guide uses US crochet terms and is designed for right-handed crocheters.”

The coasters are around 5.5 inches or 14 cm wide, from one petal end to the other.


If you have any doubts about how to do any of these stitches, such as BL.. You can check our beginners category, there we will answer your questions about this.



To begin, create a starting loop using either a foundation ring or a magic circle.

  • For a foundation ring using Color A (brown), chain 3. Insert the hook into the first chain stitch and connect with a slip stitch to create a circle.
  • Opt for a magic ring with Color A (brown) if you prefer a granny square appearance without a center hole. This allows you to tighten the loop after completing the first round, making it barely noticeable.



Color A (brown)

Round 1: Start by chaining 3, which counts as 1 double crochet. Then, crochet 17 more double crochets into the center ring. Connect the round by making a slip stitch at the top of the initial chain-3. If you’re using a magic circle, pull it tight.

You should end up with a total of 18 double crochets.

Abbreviated version:

Rnd 1 – Color A. Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), work 17 dc into the foundation ring. Join with a slip stitch at the top of ch 3. Total: 18 dc.




Round 2 – Using Color A, begin with a chain of 3 (which counts as 1 double crochet). Double crochet in the same space as the chain-3, and then create 2 double crochets in each stitch from the previous round. Complete the round by joining with a slip stitch on top of the initial chain-3, chain 1, and fasten off.

Ensure that you have a total of 36 double crochet stitches in the second round.

Abbreviated Version:

Rnd 2 – Color A. Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 1 dc in the same space as ch 3, followed by (2 dc) in each stitch from the previous round. Join with a slip stitch at the top of the chain-3, chain 1, and fasten off. This results in a total of 36 dc.




Using gold yarn (color B):

Step 1: Join the gold yarn on any double crochet stitch from the previous round. Create a slip knot, place it on the hook, and make a slip stitch into a stitch from the previous round.

Step 2: Chain 3 (this counts as a double crochet). Make 1 double crochet in the same space as the chain 3. Then, chain 5 and place 2 double crochet stitches in the next stitch.

Continue as follows:

Skip two stitches, place 2 double crochets in the next stitch, then chain 5, and finally, place 2 double crochet stitches in the next stitch. Repeat this pattern from * seven more times.

Finish by making a slip stitch into the top of the chain 3. You should now have a total of 18 x 2 double crochets and 9 x chain-5 spaces.


Abbreviated Version (Round 3):

Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 1 dc in the same space as ch 3, ch 5, (2 dc) in the next stitch, *skip 2 stitches, (2 dc) in the next stitch, ch 5, (2 dc) in the next stitch, repeat from * 7 more times, and finally, make a slip stitch in the top of the chain 3. This results in a pattern of 18 sets of 2 double crochets and 9 chain-5 spaces.




Round 4 – Use Color B. Slip stitch into the chain-5 space, then work 5 double crochets, chain 3, and make 1 half double crochet into the first chain of the chain-3. After that, work another 5 double crochets into the chain-5 space, and single crochet into the next space.

Repeat the process: *5 double crochets into the space, chain 3, 1 half double crochet into the first chain of chain-3, 5 double crochets into the chain-5 space, and single crochet into the next space.

Continue this pattern (* ) 7 more times, then slip stitch into the top of the first double crochet, chain 1, and fasten off.

Congratulations! You’ve just made one sunflower coaster. To create more, repeat steps 1-4 until you have the desired number of crochet sunflower coasters.


After completing all the steps, your crochet Sunflower Coaster should look like this:




Dear reader, we always like to leave a video tutorial so that you can follow along better and familiarize yourself with the techniques used in this adorable pattern. The video is from the Butterfly Craft DIY youtube channel that are excellent at what they do and you can watch it below:



What do you think of this adorable pattern? Very beautiful, isn’t it? That’s why you should send this treasure to your friends right now.

Thank you so much for being here with us on our lovely blog Handmade Learning here, it’s always a pleasure to learn together with you. We have many articles with different types of crochet patterns and we are updating them weekly, be sure to check them out!

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Crochet sunflower coasters are not just practical accessories; they are a celebration of creativity and the joy of crafting. Elevate your home decor with these handmade treasures that radiate warmth and whimsy. So, grab your crochet hook, choose your favorite yarn colors, and embark on a crafting journey that brings the beauty of sunflowers to your tabletops. Happy crocheting!

2 thoughts on “Crochet Sunflower Coaster

  • Iris Harlow

    I have been looking for the sunflower pattern ! I started an afghan and my Aunt Passed she was teaching me the stitch . I miss her so much 😢 Thank you


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