I'm busy with a large project (baby blanket again, indeed), but since I can't concentrate on one and the same thing for a longer time because I get too bored doing the same thing over and over, I have to do some little projects in between. So... I made coasters. As some of you may remember I went to Istanbul a while ago and bought this beautiful, beautiful plate:

Turkish Plate

At first I didn't do anything with it. It just layed there in a cupboard. So first we painted our walls grey, because that matched a lot better with the plate than the terra cotta color we had before. Than I made some decoration in the same colors as the plate. And now I also made color matching coasters! YAY!


Coasters, Crochet, Turqoise


  1. What a funny story around this plate! The coasters are beautiful, perfect color play with the plate :-))

  2. Your coasters are cute, love the great touch of color:@)

  3. Cute coasters. Make me wish I could crochet.

  4. Your coaster are very pretty and colorful. Hugs Judy

  5. Lovely little coasters!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  6. Darling! I have some coasters on my to do list too. :)


  7. It's funny how a little thing can change our surroundings :)

  8. Love the story about painting your walls to match your plate. It is a pretty plate and great inspiration for your coasters too. I agree little jobs between big jobs make it less tedious. Thanks for sharing at the Rock N Share! Blessings, D

  9. So pretty! I love your coasters. You did a fabulous job. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent this week. Have a wonderful weekend. :)

  10. Thanks for stopping by and linking up one of your awesome projects! Stop by again this week and link up some more cool things!

    Have a great week!

  11. the coasters are so pretty and match that beautiful plate so nicely!

  12. Love your coasters! The pattern is so interesting - what kinds of stitches did you use? Did you make up the pattern yourself? Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

    1. I used chains, single crochet and double crochet. The pattern I made up myself as I was crocheting.

  13. You are so creative! Thank you for sharing your beautiful coasters at our Busy Bee's party! Hope you have a wonderful day!
    Joye & Myrna
    The Busy Bee's


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