Karmic Coasters are so hip and will bring you good luck, or at least temporary happiness. Who couldn't have good karma with these delightful colors? I was inspired to create these by looking at crocheted mandalas, which are modeled after the temporary sand art of Bhuddist monks and Mayan calendar designs.
Made with soft #4 type worsted yarn. The pattern includes *tons* of step by step photos, but is intended for an intermediate crocheter. Also has written instructions with classic American English terms and abbreviations. Uses a size H hook. Make a set of coasters or potholders as a housewarming gift, or as a craft fair item (they are very popular sellers).
Finished product may be sold but please include a link in any online listing crediting the designer and listing where pattern may be purchased. Under copyright protection of Part Pixy Designs. May not be resold, redistributed, or recopied- in part or whole, without consent of the designer.
about 4 dc group dec = 4.5 inches
100 yards of Worsted weight
My niece says about me, "Aunt Kim, wherever you go, yarn follows." Yeah, its true.
Mom and I used to sell crocheted Barbie clothes, stuffed animals, and baby clothes at craft fairs. Now, I sell original shrugs, sweaters and patterns on Etsy and Ravelry.
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