Your Secret Weapon for Home Decor: Colorful & Practical Knitted Coasters

Knitted Coaster Patterns

Stitch up something pretty for your coffee and tea with colorful knitted coaster patterns.

Knitted coasters are your secret weapon for adding color and texture to your decor while providing something functional to protect your table, coffee table and other surfaces. They’re also your secret weapon to busting that overflowing yarn stash!

I sprinkle knitted coasters on the coffee table, dining room table and even side tables. Not only do they encourage guests to plop their drinks on a protected surface, but they also add a hint of color to an otherwise dull space.

Dig into that stash and put together a color palette for one of these fun knitted coasters.

Cup Coasters and Mug Hugs FREE Knitting Pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Emma Sadler

1. Cup Coasters and Mug Hugs

It doesn’t get any easier than this! If you want to stitch colorful coasters in a snap, this FREE pattern is for you. There are a couple of basic stitches to choose from, including garter stitch. The most difficult skill you’ll need is changing yarn colors — and that part is totally optional. There’s also a pattern included for mug cozies that you can knit to match the coasters.

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Rainbow Coasters Knitting Pattern

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2. Rainbow Coasters

This pattern has a pretty, textured stitch that’s an option for knitters who want a stitch that’s repetitive yet interesting. They’re reversible, so you don’t have to be too careful about how you place them. The designer suggests stitching them with 100 percent cotton so that they stand up to a lot of wear and are easy to care for when you accidentally spill something on them.

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Scalloped Coasters Knitting Pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Frugal Knitting Haus

3. Scalloped Coasters

Skip the plain, square-shaped coasters and instead add some pretty scallops to make the edges more decorative. These look beautiful knitted in both solid and variegated colors, so pull a palette from your scraps. I love designer Frugal Knitting Haus’s suggestion of knitting these as gifts for coffee and tea-loving co-workers!

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Felted Poker Coasters Knitting Pattern

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4. Felted Poker Coasters

These coasters have an extra step after you finish stitching. You can either felt them by hand or with a washing machine to make them extra fuzzy and durable. Never felted before? We’ve got you covered. Check out this felting how-to where you can see before and after photos to get a better idea of what the finished project will look like.

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Evens and Odds Mitered Coasters FREE Knitting Pattern

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5. Evens and Odds Mitered Coasters

This FREE pattern shows you two ways to stitch these cool mitered coasters. The designer has worked up samples to show you different ways to use color for the coasters, including using a variegated yarn. Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton Yarn was used to stitch these, and the washable yarn comes in several different colors, so you’ll never run out of color combos.

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Citrus Colored Coasters FREE Knitting Pattern

Photo via Bluprint member Tilly Perry

6. Citrus Colored Coasters

Here’s another fun-shaped coaster for anyone who’s looking for a departure from squares. You should be familiar with short rows to complete these; if you’re not, check out Bluprint’s free mini-class, Short Rows with Carol Feller to learn the different types of short rows and see how they’re stitched.

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Sheep Coasters Knitting Pattern

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7. Sheep Coasters

What better coaster for a knitter to have than one shaped like a sheep? Their head will poke out from the back of the drink, making sure they’re seen even when they’re on duty. You can even make them in crazy colors if you’d like.

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