How many yards of yarn do I need for a coaster?

How many yards of yarn do I need for a coaster?

Materials: 102 Yards (55 grams) of Lion Brand’s 24/7 Cotton Yarn for a set of 6 (or about 17 Yards (9 grams) per coaster – I used the Grass colorway. G6/4.25mm Crochet Hook. Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends.

What size are quilted coasters?

Fabric for coasters cut to 4.5″ x 4.5″ or charm pack squares Helpful tip: You can measure out your squares as you cut or you can also cut out a cardboard template that is 4.5″ x 4.5″ to use when cutting out the fabric for your coasters.

What yarn is best for crocheting coasters?

Cotton yarn
Cotton yarn is the best type of yarn to use for crochet coasters. Cotton yarn is durable, heat-resistant, easy to wash, and absorbent. You really can’t go wrong with it! I will say that some cotton yarn can be tough on the hands so take frequent breaks if you need them.

How much yarn do I need to crochet a coaster?

One skein of WeCrochet’s Dishie Yarn only costs $2.99 and there’s enough yarn to make 6 coasters! The coasters begin by crocheting a 6 single crochets into 1 chain. Placing all of the single crochets in the same stitch will make them ‘fan out’ and form a circle shape.

What kind of batting do you use for coasters?

Regular or standard batting for sewing coasters is made from cotton and is ideal for the coasters. However, if you need heat-proof, warm, thin, or fluffier coasters, you may need special batting like polyester, cotton-polyester combo, wool, or bamboo batting.

How do you make square coasters?


  1. Cut fabric and batting into 5.5″ squares (two each for every coaster)
  2. Layers two squares of fabric on top of two squares of batting.
  3. Clip.
  4. Sew around perimeter with 1/4″ seam allowance leaving 2″ opening on one side.
  5. Trim sides and corners to reduce bulk.
  6. Turn right side out.
  7. Press out corners with point turner.

Is it OK to use acrylic yarn for coasters?

If you want it to absorb liquid, then acrylic is not the best yarn for coasters. It can be difficult to work with. Acrylic is not a natural fiber, and some people have skin sensitivities to acrylic. The yarn may pill or fray with time.