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Ferris Wheel Coasters

Hello Everyone …. Bringing you another QUICK and EASY pattern.

Free Crochet Pattern, using up all your scraps or diving into your stash, to make these coasters.

Perfect to place under your favorite cup of coffee, your new favorite plants or use as a decorative piece.

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Did you go to fairs as a child? What about amusement parks? What is your favorite ride? Or did you stay down on the ground, to just watch the excitement and eat the delicious food?

Fairs and amusement parks, were my enjoyment hands down. I can remember going there with my Grandparents every summer, it was always my special place and fantasy place.


As a kid, I was a total adrenaline junkie and still am as an Adult. Lived for the rides. Especially the classic, Ferris Wheel. But, I could never, also pass up a good Roller Coaster either.

But, you find me on the FERRIS WHEEL. Riding it for hours and never bored.

Being able to get the highest point, to feel the light breeze on a hot summer day. Seeing the beautiful lights upon a great stary summer night. Just, the best feeling in the world.

So, I thought, why not create this memory in a keepsake piece. Bringing you a fun and decorative coaster, into your home or giving it as a gift to someone.

You won’t just stop at one, once you start, they multiply quick.


Lately, I have been falling more in love with Caron Simply Soft Solids Yarn. This yarn has a sheen look to it and it’s super soft. It is 100% acrylic yarn and love the way how it works and the squish factor it gives off.

This yarn comes in multiple ranges of color. The 2 colors shown in these samples I used, Country Blue and DK Country. Each skein holds 315yds. I knew it would be the best fit for this pattern.

You may substitute for any other type of worsted weight 4 yarn. Furls Crochet has there Wander Yarn that would work with this as well and many great colors to choose from. You can also use cotton yarn as well.

Here are some other great yarns you could choose from as well for this pattern 👇🏻….

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Hook: 4.5mm (I Love My Furls)

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Yarn: Worsted Weight 4 (samples: I used Caron Simply Soft in Country Blue and DK Country) Approx yds: 60-80.


  • Scissors
  • Stitch Markers (optional)
  • Tapestry Needle (for weaving ends)

Skill Level

Beginner and beyond!!


  • From Middle to Last Row: 2.25”
  • From Edge to Edge: 4.5”


Inner to R2 = ~1”

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Abbreviations/Stitches Used

  • R: round
  • Slst: slip stitch
  • MR: magic ring
  • Ch: chain
  • DC: double crochet
  • TR: treble crochet
  • Bean: bean stitch
  • Sk: skip
  • YO: yarn over
  • FO: fasten off
  • **: to be repeated

Special Stitches

Bean Stitch: insert your hook into indicated stitch, YO, pull up a loop (2 loops on hook), yo, insert hook back into same stitch, YO, pull up a loop (4 loops on your hook), YO, insert hook back into same stitch, YO, pull up a loop (6 loops on your hook), YO, pull through all 6 loops, Ch1 to close.

Magic Ring: need a little re-cap on using the magic ring, this video is very helpful — or this video as well is helpful as well—

Ferris Wheel Coasters pattern by me ©️2021


  • US Crochet Terminology
  • Basic knowledge for using DC, and TRC.
  • Ch1, Ch3, Ch4, and Ch5 counts as a stitch.
  • Ch1 at the beginning of R4 doesn’t count as a stitch. Ch1’s closing the Bean Stitch, don’t count as a stitch.
  • You will be sl-st at the end of each round.
  • After, completing your first round, pull your tail tight to close the ring.
  • After completing the second row, make sure to check your gauge. Also, weave in your tail here.
Ferris Wheel Coasters Pattern by Me ©️2021

Now Let’s Begin …..


Starting with your 4.5m Hook and a MR. (If uncomfortable doing the MR, simply Ch3, Sl-St to 1st Ch, and move onto R1. You won’t have tight closed hole with doing this.)

R1: Ch3, place 7 more DC inside the ring. Sl-St to top of Ch3 to join. (8DC)

MR and R1. ©️2021

R2: Ch4, DC in same stitch, *DC, Ch1, DC,*. Sl-St into the 3rd ch to join. Sl-St in to the ch1. (24) (16DC, 8ch1’s)

R3: Ch5, TRC in the same stitch, TRC into the space between the 2 DC from previous row, Ch1, place another TRC into same space, *TRC into the Ch1, Ch1, place another TRC into same Ch1,TRC into the space between the 2 DC from previous row, Ch1, place another TRC into same space,* place TRC into the space between the Ch and DC from previous row, Ch1, place another TRC into same space. Sl-St in to the 4th Ch to join. (47) (32TRC, 15Ch1’s)

R4: Ch1, Bean in the same stitch, sk the ch1, Bean in the next 2 stitches, sk the ch1,* Bean in the last stitch. Sl-St to first Bean to join. (32 Beans)

FO. Weave in your ends.

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You just completed your new FERRIS WHEEL COASTER 🎡!!

Thank you’re for stopping by to make this design. I hope you enjoyed it and keeps you smiling ☺️!! Thank you 😊 for your support!!

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Again, thank you for all your support. It means a lot. Now, off to design a new creation. xoxo

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Quick Mountain Star Coasters

My latest design — Mountain Star Coasters, are a free pattern here on the blog.

Read through what inspired this design, keep scrolling down for the free pattern or you can simply purchase the inexpensive printable PDF here.

Mountain Star Coaster under my favorite mug.

“Embrace your placement. We can’t always chose what season of life we’re in, but we can determine what we do while we’re there.”



This design came to me, when I was asked by @creativesundayapp if i would like to design something for them. They thought it would be really cool if i did a coaster, something people could use around the house, like a quick little cute project. But, they didn’t limit me to just make a coaster — it could have been anything.

I took that offer with a grace of God. Mind was racing around each bend, trying to grasp that perfect little stone to make and capture me. Thinking of something a little more sturdy, that would hold up for any occasion and not loose it’s shape over time.

Got my little hands busy, like working bees making their delicious honey. I wanted to capture, what I love the most – the outdoors of course. The design was under construction.

Using more of simple based stitches, so that it will be minutes rather than hours, to have your coasters ready for any adventure they will travel through. The center circle base is made with single crochets worked in a spiral (no joining) to create the lush valleys based below the high peaks. The border around the base is made with double crochets, picot stitches and chain2’s, made into a Star look, creating the high peaks towering into the clouds.


—The Yarn—

I got my mind thinking of the possibilities colors, weight and type. Should I use lightweight, worsted, bulky and even super bulky yarn.

I crossed the lightweight and super bulky of the list, that left me with worsted #4 and bulky #5. I know that i wanted to use 2 strands of one type, just to create a different color texture. I got to thinking, if i used 2 strands of bulky, that would make it more bulkier and take away from the vision.

Once, I grabbed 2 strands of worsted weight #4 yarn, it just felt right. It’s just like using bulky #5 yarn, but you get to choose different color combinations, by showing off your personality through your making process. But, you can also use Bulky #5 yarn as well with this pattern.

I chose to use Red Heart Yarn Super Saver in black and white (worsted weight 4). I went for a neutral feel to stay in the roots of this design and to showcase my personality as a person, so you can have feel more about me.

Feel free to shop here and browse through their selection to find your yarn, for your new project. They have many to chose from.

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Are you ready for a quick, easy and versatile pattern? It uses simple stitches and 2 strands of yarn in any color to create the lush valleys and the high peaks for these beautiful crochet coasters to have on hand. They will add character to any room in your home and will be super awesome gifts for anyone—even the ones that love to go on adventures or explores.


—My Testers—

Each of my testers did a fabulous and an amazing job, bringing this pattern to what is now. So, I wanted to share there makes with all of you, so you can get color ideas.

Now, we will dive into all the DEETS before we get to the pattern. Keep scrolling to get to the Free Pattern.

Difficulty Level—



~80-90yds of 2 strands of worsted weight #4 or another type in the same weight or even Bulky #5, which you can find by clicking here .


~Hook Size: I/9 (5.5mm), I used my Furls Crochet Hook Streamline Swirl for this, you can get yours by clicking HERE

~Yarn Needle

~Stitch Markers

~Tape Measure



Since you’re working in a spiral, your base should measure: 3.5” x 3.5” of SC’s.


Abbreviations Used—

  • CH: chain
  • MR: Magic Ring
  • SC: single crochet
  • DC: double crochet
  • R: round
  • Picot Stitch
  • SK: skip
  • **: to be repeated
  • (): stitch count
  • FO: fasten off

—Special Stitches—


  • Pattern is written US Crochet Terminology.
  • If you aren’t comfortable with doing the MR, you can simply CH4 and slip stitch back into the 1st CH made and start with the 1stR of the pattern. Just know, that if you choose this method you will end up with a hole in the middle instead of a tight closed hole in the middle of your coaster.
  • Circle portion is worked in spiral and using a stitch marker to keep track of your 1st stitch as you continue with the pattern.
  • Don’t slip stitch or CH at the beginning of the SC R’s.
  • Before starting R7, you will remove the stitch marker and place a slip stitch in the next stitch.
  • The CH3 at the beginning of R7 does count as a DC.


Now, let’s dive into what you came here for: THE ACTUAL PATTERN.

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—Now Let’s Begin… —

Make 4 (for a set)

Holding 2 strands of yarn in your choice of colors and start with a MR.

R1: place 6sc inside the ring. (6sc) Don’t slip stitch to your first stitch, instead place your stitch marker in the 1st stitch to mark it.

R2: place 2sc in each stitch. (12sc)

R3: SC in 1st stitch, 2sc in next stitch, *SC in next stitch, 2sc in next stitch.* (18sc)

R4: SC in each stitch. (18sc)

R5: SC in the 1st 2 stitches, 2sc in next stitch, *SC in next 2 stitches, 2sc in next stitch.* (24sc)

R6: SC in each stitch. (24sc)

Remove your stitch marker here and place a slip stitch in the next stitch. Make sure you give it a little tug, as it has bunched up a little bit, so that when you continue onto R7, it will flatten out a bit.

R7: CH3, place 2 more DC in the same stitch, CH2, place 3 more DC in the same stitch, SK a stitch, SC in next stitch, SK next stitch, place 3 DC in next stitch, Picot Stitch, place 3 more DC in same stitch, SK next stitch, SC in next stitch, SK next stitch, *place 3 DC in next stitch, CH2, place 3 more DC in same stitch, SK next stitch, SC in next stitch, SK next stitch, place 3 DC in next stitch, Picot Stitch, place 3 more DC in the same stitch, SK next stitch, SC in next stitch, SK next stitch,* Join to the top of the CH3. (36DC, 6SC, 3CH’s, 3 Picot Stitches)

FO and weave in all your ends.

Your Mountain Star Coasters are complete.

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Thank you for taking the time to make these beauties. Your continued support and love, it means a lot to me. If you aren’t already following us on social media platforms: (Instagram—mm_crochet17, Facebook—MandM-Crochet, and my website—, give us a follow. When posting on Social media tag us and use the #mandmcrochet, to be featured in our stories or on the feed. Can’t wait to see what you come up with.

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Don’t copy and paste, sell, or redistribute this pattern in portion or full, as it belongs to us. Don’t recreate, sell or redistribute any photos contained in this pattern off as your own, as they belong to us. You may sell what you make from this pattern, my only request is that you tag back to my website for credit.

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