It is believed that the Evil Eye brings good luck and protection; it protects it’s owner from harmful energy and negativity.
Evil Eyes are so popular so much so that the design has been used for home decor, keychains, and and jewlery! In other words, everything…
- Cotton yarn in black, blue, white, and navy
- 2 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
Stitches Used | Abbreviations
- Magic circle (MG)
- Chain (ch)
- Single crochet (sc)
- Double crochet (dc)
- Increase (inc)
- * * – repeat the sequence
- The number at the end of each row in () indicates the number of total stitches.
- Rounds are joined with a slip stitch.
- When working in the rounds, work through the entire stitch (back loop and front loop), unless stated otherwise.
Using the black yarn
Round 1: MR, ch3, 11dc inside MG (12), change to blue color at the last stitch, sl st
Using the Blue yarn
Round 2: ch3, dc, *dc inc* all around (24), change to white color at the last stitch, sl st
Using the White yarn
Round 3: ch3, dc, ch1, skip1, *dc inc, ch1, skip 1 stitch* all around (36), sl st
Round 4: ch5, skip2, *3dc inc inside the ch1, ch2, skip2* all around (60), change to navy color, sl st
Using the Navy yarn
Round 5: ch3, 3dc inside the ch, ch1, skip3 stitch, *4dc inside the ch, ch1, skip3* all around (60), sl st
Round 6: sc, *5dc in the center of 4dc, sc in the ch* all around (72)
You can recreate this pattern and switch up the Blue and Navy yarn with other shades of colors for a fun twist and colorful coasters!
If you enjoyed this pattern, let me know in the comments below, and make sure to share your creations on Instagram @MoreThanKnots and on TikTok @365DaysofDana.
A tutorial is also available on my YouTube channel!
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