Peppermint Coasters

March 3, 2007 misskitty1965

Peppermint Coaster (Large)Peppermint Coaster (Large) backside

I whipped this up for myself.
I drink out of a 32oz travel mug and every morning when i go to my desk I have to play hunt the coaster. My cats knock them off in the floor and play with them or something LOL
The coasters have a gripper back and it seems to really help.
Most mornings my coaster is right where i left it now hehe.

Peppermint Coaster (large):

Materials:
Crochet hook size G
Yarn needle
small amount of varigated red/white ww cotton yarn.
gripper backing you can cut your own or find 4″ circles already precut at most DollarTree Stores.

*Begining row chain 3 counts as 1st double crochet*
Chain 6 Slip Stitch to form a ring.
row1:
Chain 3, DC in same stitch *2 DC in next chain stitch repeat around* join in top of chain 3.
row2:
Chain 3, DC in same stitch *2 DC in each chain stitch repeat around* join in top of chain 3.
row3:
Chain 3, 2 DC in next stitch *DC in next stitch, 2 DC in next stitch repeat around* join in top of chain 3.
row4:
Chain 3, DC in next stitch, 2 DC in next stitch, *DC in next 2 stitches, 2 DC in next stitch repeat around* join in top of chain 3.
row5:
SC in each stiutch around join w/ slip stitch do not tie off.
Cut yarn leaving about 12″ tail.
thread yarn on needle and attatch gripper to back side with one seam approx 1/4 in from edge sure you catch the gripper backing.
Tie off, weave ends.

**Patten Copyright 2007 Miss_Kitty1965**
you are free to copy or distribute this pattern.
Please leave copyright intact
You may sell created items but not the pattern itself!

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