Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads

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Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads Pattern


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Crocheting: Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads
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Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads 2 strands worsted
Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads 1 strand worsted
Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads 3 strands worsted
Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads 4 strands worsted
Apple Coasters, Mug Rugs & Hot Pads Lion Brand Fettuccini

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of basic crochet stitches.
  • The ability to read and understand a pattern

Pattern Description:

Delicious Apple
Coasters, Mug Rugs and Hot Pads Crochet Pattern PDF File
Copyright (c) 11/17/2011 m e
These patterns are my original design.
Please give credit for patterns used when selling completed items. From DraginMom Crochet on Craftsy

Size: 3 1/2" - 10 1/2"
A = 3 1/2" & B = 4 1/4" using medium worsted weight yarn
Skill Level: easy
Fiber: almost any - 10 - 135 yds. depending on fiber size, hook size and number of strands used

This Pattern includes:
A list of all Materials needed
Yardage for coasters and large hot pads given
Complete, easy to read and understand directions
Pattern is repeated with stitch diagrams.
Pattern is repeated again in list form.
A complete list of all abbreviations and symbols
Stitch Directions (in abbreviations)
US - EUROPE Abbreviations
Addresses for crochet terms in 8 languages

Make coasters in sets of 4, 6 or 8, mug rugs in sets of 2 or 4 and hot pads singly or in pairs.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3.5" / 4.25" - 10"


  • Fiber: almost any
  • Crochet hook: almost any - J, N, P & S were used
  • Scissors or Clippers
  • Yarn Needle

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm mostly self taught, with a some help from my mother and grandmother.
I like to experiment with my crochet stitches. To see in what directions I can manipulate them. Or to see the variety of ways you can you can work the stitches to get a shape or design.

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