Triplet Trivet

Triplet Trivet
Three sizes very easy coaster pattern... I've made them for my tefal pans to prevent scratches :)

Skill Level: Beginner

Size:
  *Coaster Small: 16 cm (6,4")
  *Coaster Medium: 20 cm (7,8")
  *Coaster Large: 23 cm (9")
  
Materials: 9 mm (US M-13) hook, Worsted weight yarn; 100 gram approx 180 m. (wpi: 8 - 9)

Stitches Used: Chain stitches (ch), stitch (st), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), double crochet (dc), extended double crochet (edc).

Note: You can use the pattern to mix-and-match any color combination, and style according to your needs.

Coaster Small

Center: ch4, sl st into first chain to create a ring or you can do a magic ring.
Rnd 1: ch 3 (do not counts as first edc), work 10 edc in ring. Join the end of the round with a sl st in the first edc. (10 edc)
Rnd 2: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, 2 edc in each edc around, slst in the first edc.(20 edc)
Rnd 3: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edc in next edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc.(30 edc)
Rnd 4: ch1 and 3 sc in same st, 3 dc in next edc, *3 sc in next edc, 3 dc in next edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first sc.  
Hanging loop: ch6 skip next sc and sl st in second sc. Fasten off.

Coaster Medium

Center: ch4, sl st into first chain to create a ring or you can do a magic ring.
Rnd 1: ch 3 (do not counts as first edc), work 12 edc in ring. Join the end of the round with a sl st in the first edc. (12 edc)
Rnd 2: ch3 and 2 edc in same st,2 edc in each edc around, slst in the first edc.(24 edc)
Rnd 3: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edcin next edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc. (36 edc) 
Rnd 4: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edcin next 2 edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next 2 edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc. (48 edc)
Rnd 5: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, sc in next edc, *3 edc in next edc, sc in next edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc. Fasten off.



Coaster Large

Center: ch4, sl st into first chain to create a ring or you can do a magic ring.
Rnd 1: ch 3 (do not counts as first edc), work 12 edc in ring. Join the end of the round with a sl st in the first edc. (12 edc)
Rnd 2: ch3 and 2 edc in same st,2 edc in each edc around, slst in the first edc.(24dc)
Rnd 3: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edc in next edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc. (36 edc) 
Rnd 4: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edc in next 2 edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next 2 edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc. (48 edc)
Rnd 5: ch3 and 2 edc in same st, edc in next 3 edc, *2 edc in next edc, edc in next 3 edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc.(60 edc)
Rnd 6: ch2 and 2 dc in same st, slst in next 2 edc, *3 dc in next edc, slst in next 2 edc* Repeat from *to* around slst in the first edc.Fasten off.




25/12/2016
A Crochet Tutorial by
SpringCasual





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For some time now, I've been trying hard to create stylish and cozy simple accessories with the most basic material and using the simplest tool on earth. Instead of selling the items, I am focused on creating the pattern for it. Because crocheting is fun, soothing and gives the pleasure of creating something that can be used.

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