Sarah’s Crochet Fruit Coasters

How gorgeous are these little crocheted tea coasters by Sarah Zimmerman? We’ve been looking recently for other tea-related goodies to knit/crochet and these are such a sweet, quick project we thought they deserved some link-love!

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Photo courtesy of Sarah Zimmerman

  Each of the coasters follow a very simple crochet pattern that would be suitable even for newbies – so long as you can make a chain and some basic stitches then you’re good to go!

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Photo courtesy of Sarah Zimmerman

You could make a whole set of these in an evening and they make such fun gifts! Sarah has provided clear instructions to make the coasters which you can find on her website, Repeat Crafter Me (fab name!).

We found this pattern through Ravelry and discovered that Sarah has designed loads of really gorgeous crochet patterns including toys and children’s hats, so if you’re more advanced then take a peek!  All of Sarah’s patterns are free and available here on her website,  or you can view a gallery of them on Sarah’s Ravelry page.

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Photo courtesy of Sarah Zimmerman

It goes without saying that you should be drinking Cosy Blueberry Tea when you’re making these coasters, it so super fruity and good for you too! Packed with Blueberry, Echinacea, Hibiscus and Rosehips, this is a great tea for summer (try it cold over ice!).

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3 responses to “Sarah’s Crochet Fruit Coasters

  1. Great coasters, nice to see something a bit different.

  2. These are adorable… Nice job!

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