Ultimate List of Round Crochet Patterns

There are a plethora of round crochet patterns—like coasters, mandalas, and more. Working in the round in crocheting is an amazing thing. If you’re looking to practice this skill, or if you need some circular decor, these patterns will be just what you need!

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How do you crochet a flat circle?

Learning how to crochet a flat circle in the round is not hard. I love this technique. It is one of the many benefits of crochet over knitting.

It is done by working a series of stitches into a chain or magic circle. Then, increases are gradually spaced out further and further between regular stitches.

For example, you might start by doing “single crochet, increase, single crochet” around.

Then, on the next round, “single crochet 2x, increase, single crochet 2x.” With each round, the increases are spaced farther apart, and the circle stays flat!

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What can I make with a crocheted circle?

Oh, the possibilities are endless! When you make a crochet circle you can use it in many ways. Aside from standard circular projects like coasters and doilies, here are some more ideas:

  • Sew 2 circles together and add a handle to form a bag
  • Hang a pretty circle on the wall for decor
  • Sew smaller circles together to form a blanket

Round Crochet Patterns – the List!

So with that being said, crocheting in the round is fun and easy to do. There are many types of round patterns out there. I’ll be showing you my favorites now!

Table of Contents

  1. Crochet Circle Mandalas
  2. Crochet Coasters & Placemats
  3. Accessories Made in the Round
  4. Round Home Decor
  5. Round Crochet Blankets

Crochet Circle Mandalas

Let’s start out by looking at some neat circular mandala patterns! These are often lacy and colorful, perfect for decoration.

Joyful Mandala

First, check out this fun Joyful Mandala! This pattern features several different (simple) stitches that together create this beautiful, unique texture. So as long as you know a few basic stitches, this guy works up super quickly and easily!

This is also the perfect project for using up bits of scrap yarn, since each round uses only a small amount of yarn.

Designer: Made by Gootie

Yarn Used: Scrap yarn

striped colorful round mandala

Stellar Mandala

Are you looking for something even more elegant? Check out this Stellar Mandala! This mandala is built up various lacy crochet stitches (pineapple lace and shell stitches) that give the finished product a very delicate, elegant look. This would make a beautiful gift or a stunning piece of wall art for your home!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: WeCrochet Curio or Gloss Lace

round crochet lace mandala

Hairpin Lace Dreamcatcher

Next, meet the Hairpin Lace Dreamcatcher pattern! Aren’t these so pretty? I love the unique, summery feel of these ones. Another great thing about this pattern is that it’s super easy to customize with different colors, beads, tassels, etc.!

Designer: Raffamusa Designs

Yarn Used: Sport (2, Fine) Cotton Yarn

crochet hairpin dream catcher

Summer Mandala

The last mandala pattern I’d like to show you is this fun Summer Mandala! This one has such a fun, doily-esque shape.

One of the things I like about this pattern is that it looks much more intricate than it really is. It’s actually a simple, relaxing pattern! I also love all the different colors it has! Of course, you can customize it with any combo of colors you’d like.

Designer: Annie Design Crochet

Yarn Used: Scheepjes Cotton Yarn

crochet summer mandala

Crochet Coaster and Placement Patterns

Are you looking for some more practical patterns? I got you covered with these six crochet coaster and placements!

Picot Coasters

The first pattern I’d like to show you is this cute Picot Coaster! These coasters are so incredibly quick and simple to crochet, which makes them perfect to make as last minute gifts, an addition to your craft fair table, or as a fun, quick project for your home. These also use very little yarn, so they make great stash busters!

Designer: Sweet Bee Crochet

Yarn Used: Bernat Handicrafter

picot crochet coasters

Rinde Placement and Coaster Set

Now this would make a great gift: the Rinde Placement and Coaster Set! Aren’t they so pretty? I love the more subtle look of these ones. Both the coasters and placements have an elegant, lacy texture with a star-like motif in the center. These would be great to make in a few different colors as gifts for friends and family!

Designer: Kame Crochet

Yarn Used: Furls Wander Acrylic Yarn

white and green round crochet placemats

Spiral Coasters

Next, check out these Spiral Coasters! These coasters are so cute; I love how they resemble little swirl candies! This pattern is great because it looks good in almost any combination of colors.

It uses up scrap yarn, and it’s super simple to make, so even beginners could tackle this one! You can make several in red or green and white for a fun, Christmas-y look!

Designer: Hooked On Patterns

Yarn Used: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Solids

spiral crochet coasters

Mandala Placement

I might have spoke too soon before, because here’s another mandala pattern! This Mandala Placement is so pretty and bright. It’s a great way to add some color to your kitchen!

These placements would also make perfect wedding, housewarming, or Christmas gifts. Additionally, they’re super easy to personalize since you can use as many or as little colors as you’d like!

Designer: Knitting With Chopsticks

Yarn Used: Schachenmayr Catania Originals

mandala placemat

Puff Stitch Coasters

Are you looking for something a little more modern? Look no further than these Puff Stitch Coasters! These coasters are so cute and have a super fun and thick texture thanks to the puff stitch.

Since this pattern is so quick and repetitive, it makes a great intro to the puff stitch for beginners.

Designer: My Crochet Space

Yarn Used: Any 100% cotton, worsted weight yarn #4 Aran/10ply yarn

puff stitch crochet coasters

Forget Me Not Lace Crochet Coasters

Lastly for this category, check out these Forget Me Not Coasters! Aren’t they so cute and pretty? I just love the lacy texture with the flower motif in the center. Similar to the other designs, this pattern is a great stash-busting project and would make an adorable gift!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Mary Maxim Mellowspun Yarn

round flower crochet coasters

Crochet Accessories in the Round

Are you looking for some cute round accessory designs? If so, you’ll love these next patterns—including bags, earrings, and more.

Cities Crochet Bag

First up, meet the Cities Crochet Bag! This bag is chique, durable, and super easy to make. If you’ve every struggled with your crochet circles ending up looking more like stop signs than round, you’re in luck, because this pattern fixes that problem!

You’ll only need to know really basic stitches for this one (single crochets, half double crochets, etc.), so even a beginner could make this in no time at all!

Designer: Stitching Together

Yarn Used: Bernat Maker Outdoor

round crochet handbag

Watermelon Slice Coin Purse

Next up is a super cute one: the Watermelon Coin Purse! Even when it’s cold and cloudy, there’s nothing that quite adds some cheer like a bright slice of watermelon. This little purse is adorable, quick and simple to make, and uses minimal yarn, so it’s perfect to make as little last-minute gifts this Christmas!

Designer: Raffamusa Designs

Yarn Used: Schachenmayr Catania

watermelon crochet coin purse

Granny Circle Shoulder Bag

Next up is the Granny Circle Shoulder Bag! This bag is beautiful and super easy to customize with different color combos. This pattern is also a fantastic stash-busting project since you can use as many or as little colors as you’d like!

Designer: Rich Textures Crochet

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Pima Cotton Yarn

granny circle crochet shoulder bag

Round Dip-Dyed Earrings

Are you looking for a neat gift idea? These Round Dip-Dyed Earrings are perfect! These earrings feature a rib knit texture and a fun color block effect by using any combination of embroidery floss.

Since they’re so small and use only basic stitches, they work up super quickly, so they’re great for making as a last minute gift!

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Iris Cotton Thread Yarn

round crochet earrings

Quick and Easy Crochet Earrings

Here’s another fun round earring pattern: the Quick and Easy Crochet Earrings! Like the name implies, these are so simple to make and can easily be made in just one sitting! They’re also super easy to customize with different color combinations!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Aunt Lydia’s Classic Crochet Thread

round crochet earrings

Violet Crochet Cowl

Lastly for this category, check out the Violet Cowl! This pattern has a gorgeous texture that’s made up by just 4 simple stitches, so even a beginner could tackle this one! Especially during the cold weather, cowls make the perfect stylish, yet practical gift.

Note that this pattern is not made from a flat circle, but it is still worked in the round!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: We Crochet Chroma Twist Bulky

crochet cowl in the round

Round Home Decor Patterns

Let’s now look at some round patterns to spruce up or add some uniqueness to your home!

Rugzilla Crochet Rug

First up, check out this Rugzilla Crochet Rug! Since this pattern uses super jumbo yarn, it works up relatively quickly and has an extra soft, plush feel.

I love how chique this rug looks! Not only would it add a fun accent to your home, but it doubles as a dog/pet bed as well!

Designer: Salty Pearl Crochet

Yarn Used: Ariel Big! Loops and Threads at Michaels

bulky round crochet rug

Solar Circle Rug

Next up is another rug pattern: the Solar Circle Rug! This rug might look intricate and complicated, but don’t let that scare you! It’s a lot simpler than it looks.

Seriously, if you use super chunky T-shirt yarn, it can be worked up in less than an hour! This pattern also features some tips and tricks on using extra chunky yarn.

Designer: Blue Star Crochet

Yarn Used: Tek Tek T-shirt Yarn

solar star crochet rug

Dara Table Runner

Now here’s a unique one: the Dara Table Runner! This table runner is built up by several crochet circle motifs stitched together with the mattress or whip stitch. This design has such a unique, modern look and would add such a fun twist to your home!

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Cotton Yarn

crochet table runner made from circles

Round Baskets

Are you looking for something more practical? These Round Baskets are just the thing! They’re super simple and quick to work up, sturdy, and are perfect for organizing anything from paper clips to crochet hooks. Additionally, they’re great for using up leftover bits of scrap yarn!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Homespun

round crochet baskets

Blue Skies Round Crochet Dishcloth

Are you looking for a project that can be made in one sitting? This Blue Skies Dishcloth is perfect! Not only is it simple and works up quickly, but it has a beautiful texture that makes it perfect for gift-giving.

Make a few of these as a set or pair it with another kitchen-themed gift to give to a loved one, or just to have a few on hand for yourself!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream (or ans cotton yarn you have on hand!)

round crochet dishcloth

Simple Crochet Christmas Ball Ornaments

Here’s another quick one: the Simple Crochet Christmas Ball Ornaments! When it comes to ornaments, it’s better to have a simple design that can be worked up quickly so that you can make enough to hang throughout the tree (unless it’s a keepsake or accent ornament, of course).

These classic ball-shaped ornaments can be worked up in just 10-20 minutes and can easily be customized with different colors to fit your scheme!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

christmas ball ornament pattern

Round Scrubby

Finally, take a look at these cute Round Scrubbies! These guys are so simple and quick to work up, and are super useful in the kitchen. Each scrubbie can be made in about 8 minutes, which makes them great to use as last minute gifts or sell at craft fairs!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Yarn Bee Scubology

round crochet scrubby

Round Blankets

Lastly, round blankets are unique and very fun to make! Here are some of my favorite patterns.

Secret Garden Round Baby Blanket

The first blanket I’d like to show you is this beautiful Secret Garden Blanket! Isn’t this one so pretty? I love the delicate, lacy-feel and flower motif in the center. This blanket definitely takes some time and forethought to work up, but the end result is so worth it and perfect for gifting for a baby or toddler!

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs

Yarn Used: Red Heart With Love or Red Heart Comfort

pretty white round crochet blanket

Mandala Crochet Blanket Bag

Next, check out the Mandala Blanket Bag! This pattern is great for an ambitious beginner since it only uses basic stitches. This blanket in particular is incredibly unique and useful since it doubles as both a blanket AND a bag! Because of that, this blanket is perfect for beach days or picnics!

Designer: Mama in a Stitch

Yarn Used: Lion Brand Mandala

mandala blanket bag

Circle of Love Afghan

This next blanket is perfect for Valentine’s Day: the Circle of Love Afghan! This pattern is gorgeous and has a fun, bullseye-like design with little heart motifs throughout. This blanket would make a beautiful gift or cozy statement piece for your home!

Designer: Moogly Blog

Yarn Used: Red Heart With Love

circle of love crochet afghan

Simple Circle Granny Square

The last pattern I’d like to show you are for these neat, Circle Granny Squares! These granny squares are a lot simpler to make than they may look. What’s great about these particular granny squares is that because of the circle shape in the center, they’re super versatile for turning into various animals, creatures, candies, etc.! You could make lots of these in different colors to add some uniqueness to an afghan.

Designer: Raffamusa Designs

Yarn Used: Paintbox Yarns DK

circle in a square granny square

Conclusion

There are many types of round crochet patterns! Some are actually circular, while others use the technique of crocheting the round in unique ways. Coasters are my favorite round patterns, but there are endless possibilities! I hope you found your next project in this list.

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