Learn to Crochet Ghost Coasters
Don’t let these Crochet Ghost Coasters scare you! The pattern is simpler than you might think.
I was nervous about the instructions as I thought the writing would be much simpler. Knowing I really wanted to make a tutorial, I decided to breathe and take line by line. To my wonderful surprise, the pattern has a lot of words but is surprisingly simple. Before I knew it, I was done.
Comments on “Crochet Ghost Coasters Pattern + Tutorial”
No blue button
Links are fine
Thank you for the fun tutorial! I love my “ghoster coaster”!
Our granddaughters bf thought I was saying “ghoasters” so we have renamed them in our family. Thanks for the pattern, I have made probably 35-40 for friends and family. I like them outlined in black, use googly eyes and a black sequin for the mouth.
Awesome pattern, I was going out to see a friend who love halloween decorations, so I had to come up with something fast. I tried making these ghost coasters but I am too slow, I made the first one and it came out awesome but a little big, but that was because I was using a thicker yarn, so I did the same pattern using a smaller hook, but now I had two different sizes, so I made another using an even smaller hook and resulted in a family of ghosts. I tied string in the backs so she can hang them on her wall or window. I took a picture but I’m not sure if I can post it here or on another site
Loved the Halloween patterns shown. Tried to print the ghost pattern but it would not print. Very disappointed!.
I can only do so much… I’m sorry if it didn’t work for you.
Mikey, the link to the pattern doesn’t work. However, when I read the URL in the location box I removed the # at the end, and it worked!
I will check into this further… I know RedHeart.com is experiencing technical difficulties.
Comments are closed.