Make a set of knitted coasters with this coaster knitting pattern.
Easy to make and great for using up leftover yarns in your yarn stash.
This set of coasters features an interesting stitch pattern – the herringbone stitch.
The Herringbone Stitch Design
The herringbone stitch is a lovely thick textured stitch, great for blankets, scarves and coasters.
The stitch creates a densely woven fabric that is perfect for this set of coasters!
If you are not sure how to knit this please take a look at this tutorial – How to knit herringbone stitch.
This has both step by step photographs and a video tutorial to help you.
Why Not Add Fringe?
You can leave the coasters as plain squares or add some fringing.
This could be in the same colour yarn or in a coordinating colour to jazz things up a bit!
There is a video tutorial in the post to show you how to add fringing to the edges of the coasters.
You can also see the fringe tutorial on my YouTube channel here.
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:
This pattern is great for any advanced beginners.
- Knitting Lessons
- You should be comfortable casting on and casting off, as well as knitting in garter stitch.
- You should be comfortable knitting the purl stitch.
- How To Knit Herringbone Stitch.
- You should also be comfortable reading knitting patterns.
- And understanding knitting abbreviations and terms.
Make a set of 4 coasters (or more) with the herringbone stitch pattern. Size of coaster - 4 inches/10cm x 4 inches/10cm square. Gauge - 10 sts in 18 rows in 4 inches/10cm square.
Make a set of 4 coasters (or more) with the herringbone stitch pattern.
Size of coaster - 4 inches/10cm x 4 inches/10cm square.
Gauge - 10 sts in 18 rows in 4 inches/10cm square.
If you enjoyed making the blanket, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, be sure to tag me @handylittleme.
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Happy Knitting! xoxo