Crochet Pokemon Coasters Pattern
A fun crochet coaster pattern! These crochet Pokemon Coasters are perfect for the Pokemon fan!
I finally gave in to the Pokemon Go craze. I started to play the game this week. It is kinda fun, but does cut into the crocheting time. HA!
However, I did find time to whip up these Pokemon Ball Coasters. I seriously thought it would be an easy pattern to figure out, but it did take me a day to figure it out.
I did make this a learning experience. I had never done a chainless starting stitch. I just was not happy how the chain were looking when I made these coasters so I figure out how to cut them out.
I also never cut the black yarn until the very end. I simply just crocheted over it as I went.
For a visual on the how to make this coaster, feel free to watch this video. It starts with Round 2.
Love these coasters? Make sure you check out the Pokeball Headband pattern!
Crochet Pokemon Coasters Pattern
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- Red Cotton Yarn
- Black Cotton Yarn
- White Cotton Yarn
- H Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle
Round 1: White Yarn – Starting with the Magic Circle, crochet a chainless double crochet and crochet 11 more double crochets. (12 stitches total) Tighten you magic circle and join with the invisible join.
Round 2: Black Yarn – Join the black yarn and use a chainless single crochet for the first stitch. Single crochet around placing 2 single crochets into each stitch. (24 total stitches) Slip stitch into the top of the first single crochet.
Round 3: Black Yarn – Pull your black yarn to make a taller loop to perform the chainless double crochet. Double crochet again in the same stitch. (2 Black Yarn Stitches) Red Yarn – *Double crochet once in the next stitch, then twice in the next*. Repeat from * to * until you reach 16 Red Yarn Stitches. (you can cut your red yarn) Black Yarn – Double crochet into next stitch twice. White Yarn: **Double crochet in the next stitch and 2 in the next**. Repeat from ** to ** until you reach 16 White Yarn Stitches. TIP: Switch back to the black yarn to finish off the last white double crochet. (you can cut the white yarn) Slip stitch into the top of the first stitch. (36 total stitches for the round)
Round 4: Black Yarn – Pull your black yarn to make a taller loop to perform a chainless double crochet. Double crochet in the same stitch. In the next stitch double crochet one stitch. (3 Black Yarn Stitches) Red Yarn: Double crochet in the next stitch. *Double crochet in the next stitch twice. Double crochet once in the next 2 stitches.* Repeat from * to * until you reach 21 Red Yarn Stitches. (you can cut the red yarn) Black Yarn – Double crochet 2 stitches into the next stitch. Double crochet once in the next. (3 Black Yarn Stitches) White Yarn – Double crochet once in the next stitch. **Double crochet twice in the next. Then once in the next 2 stitches.** Repeat from ** to ** until you reach 21 White Yarn Stitches. TIP: Switch back to the black yarn to finish off the last white double crochet. Use the invisible join to finish. (48 total stitches for the round)
Cut your yarn and weave in all your ends.
Printable Pokemon Coasters Pattern
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How do I get pokemon coaster pattern??
It is written above. I don’t have a printable file. Sorry.
I love the Pokemon coaster made a few very easy.
Fun! I’m not a very proficient crocheter, but I think I could handle this and know they would make my husband super happy! He’s been an enthusiastic….what are they called? Trainer? For years.
I was trying to find what your policy is on making your items, is it just for personal use? Or are we able to give credit if making items to sell?
Thank you in advance :)
Hello Alicia. You can make the items and sell them. Credit would be awesome. Just please don’t sell the pattern. Thank you for asking!
Thank you! I am making these for all my Pokémon go friends! I love them! I make them coaster holders as well. Thank you so much.
The link in the email you sent doesn’t work
Please try the link again. I think there is an issue with my newsletter. However, when people try, eventually they are able to get the link to work. I am looking into new places for email delivery.