Fruit Coasters

I haven't really be feeling up to par the past few weeks. My Menier's has been at about a level eight. It will literally just wipe me out. I fight it. I still go on my walks and keep doing my normal daily activities except drive. I do not trust myself behind the wheel during my episodes so I get my sweet husband to take me to work. There I struggle to get things done because my concentration level is berserk.
What is Menier's Disease? Check it out HERE.

I have a few Ambassador task to complete with a new company I have been playing with lately. I will share more on this one soon. I feel a little overwhelmed and need to do some thinking.
In the meantime I have done some relaxing and enjoying a little crocheting for my own good. It gives me time to clear my mind. I do a lot of thinking while I crochet.

I made these fruit coasters to add to my Etsy shop. Are they not just the cutest thing ever? They scream summer picnic to me.



They were fun to make and I plan to do other fruits later. My attention span is about that of a two year old. I get bored making the same things over and over so I move on to something else.

Once I shared these cute fruity rounds with my social media followers, someone reached out to me and asked if I could make some Kiwi coasters. "Sure", I said. That was actually in my next plan. I made them using the same pattern as the fruits but the details were just different.


They turned out cute and as soon as I posted them online, they sold. I wasn't even finished writing the description before I heard the "Cha Ching" chime in from the app alerting me that they had just been bought. It was from the lady that had asked me to make them.

HERE is the pattern I used for the coasters if you would like to make some for yourself . If you can't crochet and want a set, I still have the fruity ones listed. I plan to make some pineapple and pear ones soon.


13 comments

  1. So so cute, I love them! You are so talented. I am so sorry you have not been feeling well, I will pray for strength to return and for you to feel much better soon!

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  2. Sorry you are not up to par, hopefully that will change SOON! I am with Andrea too! about your abilities and talent. they are cute!
    Get better!
    Love from Btown.
    Sherry and Jack

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  3. Hope you feel better soon! Love and prayers from Texas......

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  4. Hope you're feeling better.
    Coasters are cute!!

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  5. How adorable, Lisa, and a great way to make some extra cash!! Sorry you aren't feeling well, I sure hope it passes quickly...hugs to you.

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  6. Your coasters are quite adorable, I love them! So sorry you have had some problems. My mom has this and while it doesn't plague her often, when it does, she is down for the count, so to speak! Hope you get to feeling better soon! Hugs!

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  7. Cute coasters! I hope you feel better soon Lisa!

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  8. feel better soon. love the coasters.

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  9. I am so sorry you are not feeling well Lisa. You amaze me with working every day and working on your crochet shop. It’s not easy and hope you slow down and take it easy. Meanwhile, your coasters are just the cutest. All the best for your health.

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  10. These are fun, I love the cha ching noise too although sometimes it makes me jump!
    Sorry to hear you've not been well. It's a shame when craft opportunities feel a little bit overwhelming. Just write a list and start checking things off it!

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  11. these are just so adorable. My favourite is the orange

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  12. So cute! A fun little thing to crochet in summer. I hate doing large pieces (i.e. blankets) in the summer. Too hot. I did a cute camo afgan for my cousin and her sister wants one now. Her son just joined the marines, so I am going to do a sand/tan cammo and add his red and gold marines color for the border.

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