Crocheted fall-themed decorations on a table.

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As the summer winds down, it’s time to get ready to celebrate the fall harvest and holidays.

Here are some fall crochet coaster ideas to help you get your table into Halloween and Thanksgiving mode. Alternatively, they’re great for just plain fall mode, to celebrate the glorious symphony of colors that Nature shows us before she turns in for the winter.  Consequently, these are easy coasters done in earth tones, perfect for serving drinks with your pumpkin pie sweet potatoes or barbecued corn. Indeed, each one is a little gem in a panoply of oranges, browns and pale greens to make and enjoy with friends and family.

Tea Time Pumpkin Coasters

These pumpkin crochet coasters are a wonderful project in 3 fall hues. Briefly, what could say “fall” better than a pumpkin, a fall harvest vegetable so strongly associated with both Halloween and Thanksgiving? Moreover, these are easy to make, which means a set could be on your table even before the leaves get a chance to change.

Designer: Ira Rott

tea time coasters

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Tea Time Pumpkin Coaster

More info about photo project here and here.

Ellas Autumn Coaster

Decorate your table with these unusual flower coasters. You can make a traditional set of coasters of one size and a bigger one. You can also play with the pattern and mix a variety of sizes and colors to get real-looking 3D flowers, as you can see in the photo below.

Designer: Ira Rott

Ellas Autumn Coaster

The full article about this pattern is here:

Ellas Autumn Coaster

Spider Coasters

Ooooooohhh… scary! These creepy-crawly coasters will definitely put your table in a halloween frame of mind. Furthermore, since they are easy to make and require little yarn, they’re a perfect project to make sets with, in different, scary colors. You can even make a set to give someone. Very neat, and, if you don’t mind spiders, you can use them year round.

Skills: Easy              Designer: Nea Creates

Spider Coasters Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Spider Coasters

Halloween Cactus Coasters

These funny coasters will help create a festive atmosphere during Halloween celebrations. The set consists of a ghost, a Frankenstein’s monster, a jack-o-lantern, and a candy corn and all characters are cactus-shaped.

Skills: Easy              Designer: Divine Debris



Halloween Cactus Coasters

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Halloween Cactus Coasters

Pumpkin Coasters

These cute pumpkin patterns are available in 2 sizes. A smaller one will be a perfect for an applique or tiny table or interior decorations. A bigger sized pumpkin will be perfect as and elegant coaster for any fall dinner, especially for a Thanksgiving one.

Pumpkin Coasters

The full article about this pattern is here:

Pumpkin Coasters

Leaf Coaster Free Crochet Pattern

These leafy fall crochet coasters are a fun addition to any decor. Although they’re beautiful and subtle, they are not hard to make. Therefore, you can whip up a bunch for any number of guests. Also, you can make thematic sets, such as the rainbow set below, or a fall coloured set for halloween and thanksgiving, or… you get the picture, sky’s the limit. Lastly, these fall crochet coaster will surely be a welcome gift for friends as well.

Skills: Easy               Designer: Katherine Laight

Leaf Coaster

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One Comment

  1. Marion Wright says:

    They are not my culpa tea. But they are nice

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