Dress up your holiday table with these cute snowflake coasters!  They work up very quickly so you can have them scattered about your home in no time. I worked on this pattern quite a while trying to get it just right. I wanted a classic snowflake look that could be used as a coaster, but I also wanted it to be simple, because, well, Simple Things Crochet! That’s kinda my thing. 😉

It may look complicated, but as long as you can follow a pattern, it’s pretty easy. I’ve added lots of photos – especially of the last round – to try and make it clear where you are supposed to place your stitches. Give it a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!

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Skill Level:  Easy +


Cotton yarn

Hook size:  H/8 – 5.00mm

Stitch markers are optional but recommended 

Gauge:  Gauge is not important for this project

Dimensions:  Approximately 6” point to point


Ch – chain

Sc – single crochet

Dc – double crochet 

St, sts – stitch, stitches

Sp – space

Ss – slip stitch


  1. Beginning chains count as stitches.  
  2. I prefer a magic circle to start so there’s no hole in the middle.  However, if you’d like, you can chain 2 and work 5 sc into the second chain from hook for Round 1.
  3. Do build-up chains loosely to make it easier to get your hook through for the slip stitch at the end of each round.
  4. I  recommend putting a stitch marker in the top of your build-up chain, it makes it much easier to find where to place your slip stitches.
  5. There is no slip stitch to join at the end of Round 3. 
  6. Your coaster will look best if you block it.


Make a magic circle. (or use optional instructions in Notes.)

Round 1:  Sc five times into the magic circle.  Join with a ss. (The ss counts as a st here so total stitches are 6) The photo below shows the stitch marker in the chain 1 of Round 2.

Round 2:  Ch 1, sc in next st, 2 sc in each remaining st, ss to join.  (12 sts) The photo below shows Round 2 complete.

Round 3:  Ch 1, *sc in next st (see photo below), 2 sc in next st*, repeat from * to * four times, 1 sc in each of last two sts (18 sts). No ss to join at the end of this round.

Round 4:  *Ch 3, sc in next three sts*, repeat from * to * 5 times.  You should have 6 loops at the end of this round. The photo below shows where to put your first sc in this round – it does not show the ch 3.

Photo below shows Round 4 complete.

Round 5:  *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next ch 3 sp, sk next st, sc in next st, [Note: you are putting your sc in the center of the 3 sc group from Round 4], sk next st*, repeat from * to * 4 times, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next ch 3 sp, sk next st, sc in next st, ss in last st to join. Photo below shows Round 5 complete.

Round 6:  *Sc in next 2 sts, (sc, ch 3, sc, ch 5, sc, ch 3, sc) in next ch 3 sp, sc in next 3 sts, ch 4, ss in same st*, repeat 5 times, sc in next st, tie off and weave in ends.  Photos below show the placement of Round 6 stitches.