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It’s time again for the Inspire My Creativity Challenge! This is a monthly craft blog hop, and each month, there is a different theme. This month’s theme is STARS. If you have a post that fits that theme, feel free to link up too!
Originally, I was envisioning a banner made up of these stars for the 4th of July, but I didn’t get around to making it in time for holiday decorating, so I decided to just have coasters instead. I have really been toying with the idea of a patriotic themed home lately, so these could be perfect for that too!
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- Small Amount of Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn – I used Lily Sugar n Cream in the White, Red and Dazzling Blue colorways
- H8/5mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends
- Optional, Jewelry Pliers
Jewelry pliers are an excellent tool to use to help weave in ends, as cotton yarn can be quite tough on the fingers when weaving in with just fingers and a tapestry needle.
To make a larger coaster to accomodate a larger mug surface, go up a hook size or two.
About 10 minutes per star
Space for Cup: 2.25″
Total from one point across to another: 4″
So Google doesn’t penalize me for duplicate information, please see my Star Applique Free Crochet Pattern, and use the materials listed in this post.
These are peanut butter covered graham cracker balls I found at my local Walmart – they are AMAZING!
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Linked Up To…
Creative Mondays Link Up – Claire Justine
Handmade Monday #135 – Sum of their Stories
The Really Crafty Link Party #178 – Keeping it Real
Ginx Woolly Linx Party July – Ginx Craft
Craftastic Monday Link Party – Sew Can Do
In Stitches Party 40 – Crochet Kim
Craft Schooling Sunday – Creative Jewish Mom
This post is part of the monthly link party I host called Inspire My Creativity. Each month, a group of bloggers all create a project based around a theme and this month the theme is STARS. There are tons of great ideas and I know you’ll get inspired to create something fun and new!
Shani | Sunshine & Munchkins — Meg | See The Happy
Christine | Swordfights & Starry Nights — Candice | She’s Crafty
Julia | The Quiet Grove — Brooke | My Beautiful Mess
Anna | Practical and Pretty
Sarah | The Strawberry Nest — Adree | The Keele Deal
Alexandra | EyeLoveKnots — Ashley | A Day in the Life of Mom
If you have a post that fits, feel free to link up too! Link up will stay live for two weeks.