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crochet coasters (free pattern)




I'm dreaming of warmer days, hopefully Spring is around the corner. A little Saturday night crochet when I should have been concentrating on other projects! Here are the finished coasters, I'm addicted and can't wait to sit down this afternoon to make another set. You can find the pattern link here

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Angel Jem said…
I love those coasters; so useful and lovely colours!
Joanne Wilson said…
Lovely selection of colours x
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My Simple Life said…
lovely colours!!!!
Lovely bright colours - I also find I keep crocheting something very similar, and of course I must have one in every colour of cotton available! I now have a huge pile and I'm not sure what to do with them, possibly bunting!
Caz xx
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