Jessica Carey

Hey, everyone! I’m Jessica, the founder behind The Hook Nook, and I REALLY like to make pretty things. For the last several years I’ve gone from teaching myself to crochet, to selling my makes to friends and family, to opening an Etsy shop, to pattern designing and now I am so fortunate to have worked with some of the biggest brands and companies in the fiber industry from all around the world. You can now find my own The Hook Nook brand designer crochet hooks, yarn and craft accessories at in my online shop and at various retailers!

Cozy Coasters Crochet Pattern DIY Project



We are finally escaping the throes of the holiday season and, I don’t know about you, but I’m finding myself in intermittent moments of still feeling overwhelmed. Don’t get me wrong, I am beyond grateful for all of the wonderful things my family and I are doing together and all of the important people in our life we are making the effort to see, but the need for a few moments to decompress is happening often.

I wanted to work on something that was quick to work up and something I could make to gift to others, but also something that gave me a purpose to sit down for a moment and “unravel”, myself. I decided to make a bunch of coasters in a bunch of different colors from my new The Hook Nook Collection yarn. I used The Hook Nook Small Stuff yarn and my new designer crochet hooks. I also used my new Ends Weaver to weave in all of my ends!!

You could easily make these in sets of four and offer them as gifts to friends and family. I also love to make these as little moments to curate moments in my day for creativity and end with an intentional item that I can use within my home as we prepare to set foot into this new decade. Intention is something I want to put focus on again and these little coasters are a wonderful way to implement that.

(Speaking of The Hook Nook Collection, have you seen everything yet?? Check out all the goodies in my shop right HERE.

Want to read more about how the collection came to life? Check out my announcement post by clicking here. Want to see more about all of the accessories and products offered in the collection? Check out my blog post all about it by clicking here!

This is a personal blog. All editorial content and projects are intellectual property of Jessica Carey, designer of The Hook Nook. This post was sponsored by JOANN Stores but all ideas and opinions are my own.

Alright, alright… I know we all want to get started on some Cozy Coasters, a super quick and easy project to work up as a gift for others, or even as a go-to project for those times you just want to “unravel”. Ready?!

***Note: Grab all of the materials for this project in THNLife Shop! Click here.

Let’s do this!

COZY COASTERS - crochet pattern

Method : crochet

Skill Level : easy

Hook : The Hook Nook Designer Crochet Hook - H / 5mm

Other : The Hook Nook Ends Weaver

Yarn : (To make one coaster) 25 yds The Hook Nook Small Stuff - colors used : Minimalist, Foggy Morning, Green Thumb, Tattoo Ink : (DK, wt 3 / 100% acrylic - you could potentially make like TEN coasters from one skein!)


CH : chain

SC : single crochet

DC : double crochet

Sl St : slip stitch

st : stitch

sts : stitches

GAUGE : 13 sts x 11 rows = 4”x4” in HDC


COASTER DIMENSIONS: 5” x 5” square


We will be creating a square in a version of the Moss Stitch. After we have completed our square, we will SC around the outside of the square to create a “clean” border.


CH 16

  1. Starting in the 2nd CH from hook, SC in first st, [DC in next st, SC in next st] Repeat [ ] across. (15)
  2. CH 1, turn. DC in first st, [SC in next st, DC in next st] Repeat [ ] across. (15)
  3. CH 1, turn. SC in first st, [DC in next st, SC in next st] Repeat [ ] across. (15)
  4. Repeat Steps 2-3 until your piece measures X”, do not finish off.
  5. CH 1, 3 SC in corner st, 14 SC along side of square, 3 SC in corner st, 14 SC along side of square, 3 SC in corner st, 14 SC along side of square, 3 SC in corner st, 14 SC along side of square, Sl St to first SC. Finish off, weave in ends using The Hook Nook Ends Weaver, or The Hook Nook Darning Needles.

Ta da! Simple as that, you’ve got yourself a quick project to get your through those overwhelming moments in life, and leave you with something useful and productive that you can keep for yourself, or give to another. Don’t forget to get your hands on the latest The Hook Nook Collection products and yarn! I had so much fun designing everything with the help of my team (read about that here) and I hope you all love everything!

Don't forget to share your progress online and use hashtags #handmadewithjoann and #thehooknookers to share with our communities! Be sure to follow along with me on Instagram to see more fun inspiration and stay in the loop with what’s to come! Thank you to my friends at JOANN Stores for helping me create such a fun project!

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