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Wild Flowers Coaster

Wild Flowers CoasterTo celebrate Earth Day I designed a little crochet coaster that uses up small odds and ends of #4 worsted weight yarn left over from other projects.  I used 100% wool that I had dyed using wild flowers and plants, barks, and spices.  Each coaster can be made with about 25 to 30 yards of yarn–the most any one row uses is about 4 yards.  You will also need a wide mouth mason canning jar lid to insert between the two halves.

Free for the first 24 hours, expiring on 23 April at midnight Pacific Time, you can use the coupon code:

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on Ravelry right here:  Wild Flowers Coaster.  When the promotion is over, the pattern is just $.95 Canadian to help me cover expenses.

There will be another Wild Flowers pattern published tomorrow night, and it will also be free for 1 day only 🙂 Watch here on the blog, or on the Facebook page for the notice and coupon code.

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