15 Knit Coaster Patterns

Are you learning how to knit? One of the easiest projects to start with is a coaster. Knit coaster patterns are often very easy to complete and work up quickly. Most coasters are knit using only the basic knit and purl stitches.

If you know how to knit and purl, you will be able to complete most of the following patterns.

Knit Coaster Patterns

15 Coaster Knitting Patterns

Below are 15 knit coaster patterns. There are simple designs as well as more complicated and textured designs. All these coaster patterns are perfect for making handmade gifts.

1. Diamond Stitch Knit Coaster Pattern by MemphisMadeByLesley

You can knit up some of these beautiful coasters in no time at all. The pattern is easy to knit and would be a great choice when making last minute gifts.

The knit coaster pattern is worked on size 7 needles. You will also need one skein of worsted weight yarn.

Diamond Stitch Knit Coaster Pattern by MemphisMadeByLesley

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2. Farmhouse Coaster Knitting Pattern by DarlingJadore

The classic striping and all-over texture make these coasters perfect for a home decorated in farmhouse decor. This knit coaster pattern works up quickly and effortlessly.

An advanced beginner can complete this pattern. It uses simple knit stitches and techniques. Included are links to helpful video tutorials to make the pattern even easier to complete. You will need approximately 25 yards (22.86 meters) of worsted/medium-weight yarn and US 8 (5 mm) knitting needles.

Farmhouse Coaster Knitting Pattern by DarlingJadore

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3. Easy Knit Coaster Free Pattern by Artful Homemaking

This easy knitted coaster pattern is ideal for beginners wanting to work on their knitting skills. If you are searching for an easy free knitting pattern, look no further. This knit coaster works up quickly and is fun to knit.

To make these coasters you will need cotton yarn, size US 7 knitting needles, a yarn needle, and a pair of scissors. You will need to know how to read knitting abbreviations.

Easy Knit Coaster Free Pattern by Artful Homemaking

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4. Coaster Knitting Pattern by OnePurlRow

Here is a classic knit coaster pattern that creates a cosy, warm feeling. The pattern works perfectly for all types of home decor.

To knit these coasters you will need 1 ball of aran weight cotton yarn, 3.25 mm knitting needles, a tapestry needle, and a pair of scissors. It is a beginner-friendly knitting pattern that uses knit, purl, and cast on. The pattern includes instructions for casting off.

Coaster Knitting Pattern by OnePurlRow

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5. Simple Oval Leaf Ornament Knit Coaster Pattern by elvesworld

Knit these cute leaf coasters to use during autumn to add a seasonal accent. The design was inspired by the simple shape of the sassafras leaf. You can also use these coasters as bookmarks.

This is an intermediate level knit coaster pattern that works up quickly. The PDF pattern is easy to follow, with detailed step-by-step instructions and photos. The finished leaf is about 6.7 inches (17 cm) in length.

More Knitted Leaf Patterns here.

Simple Oval Leaf Ornament Knit Coaster Pattern by elvesworld

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6. Seashell Knit Coaster Free Pattern by Ellen Kapusniak

Do you love the beach or live in a beach house? These seashell coasters are perfect for bringing a touch of the seaside into your home.  

The knit coaster pattern uses twisted stitch columns made by knitting and purling through the back loops, a slip stitch edging, and simple decreases for shaping. You can use either bulky weight yarn or worsted weight yarn.

Seashell Knit Coaster Free Pattern by Ellen Kapusniak

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7. Easy Knit Rope Potholder Pattern by KnitJoys

You can use this knitted project as a coaster or a potholder. It uses chunky 5 mm rope, which makes it thick and bulky.

This pattern is ideal for advanced beginners that know cast on, knit, slip stitch, and cast off. The completed coaster will measure approximately 8.66 inches (20 cm) x 7.88 inches (22 cm).

Easy Knit Rope Potholder Pattern by KnitJoys

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8. Textured Knitted Coaster Pattern by FrosiaKnits

The Venezia Palina Coaster pattern takes a little time and patience to make. The pattern was inspired by the beautifully painted mooring poles found throughout the canals of Venezia.

This is a beginner-friendly knit coaster pattern. The coaster will add a little touch of cosy to your home. The techniques involved include knit, purl, slip one purl-wise, and slip one knit-wise.

Textured Knitted Coaster Pattern by FrosiaKnits

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9. Coaster Easy Knitting Pattern by DarlingJadore

Are you looking for a lacy coaster? This knit coaster pattern created a column of wispy lace that delicately cascades down the side

An advanced beginner can complete this pattern. The download contains written instructions and links to numerous photo and video tutorials. You will need approximately 25 yards (22.86 meters) of worsted/medium-weight yarn and US 8 (5 mm) knitting needles.

Coaster Easy Knitting Pattern by DarlingJadore

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10. DIY Knit Coaster Pattern by Meteoriteknit

Here is an interesting knit coaster pattern. The colour combinations you can use are endless. Make a set for yourself or as a gift.

This is a beginner-friendly knitting pattern. You will need 4.0 mm DPN or circular knitting needles and lightweight yarn. The completed coaster will measure 3.94 inches (10 cm) x 3.54 inches (9 cm).

DIY Knit Coaster Pattern by Meteoriteknit

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11. Easy Knitted Coaster Pattern by DarlingJadore

Vertical and horizontal ridges create an intriguing pattern and texture. You can use a solid coloured yarn. Or make the coaster even more intriguing by using multicoloured yarn.

This is a beginner to advanced-beginner knit coaster pattern. It uses simple knit stitches and techniques. Included with the written instructions and photos are links to helpful video tutorials

Easy Knitted Coaster Pattern by DarlingJadore

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12. Christmas Tree Coaster Knitting Pattern by Nimble Needles

Do you enjoy decorating for Christmas? Then you will love this knit coaster free pattern. The cute little coaster features a Christmas tree.

If you know how to cast on, bind off, knit, and purl, you can make these holiday coasters. There are written instructions and a knitting chart.

Christmas Tree Coaster Knitting Pattern by Nimble Needles

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13. Knit Coaster Pattern by bromefields

You get three patterns with this knit coaster pattern. You can use the knit trivets as a coaster, a trivet, or a potholder.

This is a written pattern with no chart. It is for beginners and advanced beginners. The small measures 5 inches (13 cm) x 5 inches (13 cm). The medium measures 7 inches (18 cm) x 7 inches (18 cm). And the large measures 9 inches (23 cm) x 9 inches (23 cm).

Knit Coaster Pattern by bromefields

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14. Easy Morning Knitting Pattern Set by FieldHouseKnits

If you are a beginner looking for a knit coaster pattern that only uses basic stitches, this is what you are looking for. You only need to know how to cast on, bind off, knit, and purl.

With one skein of cotton yarn and a few hours, you can make a pair of coasters. Also included are instructions for a bookmark and a dishcloth. So, you can make a complete set.

Easy Morning Knitting Pattern Set by FieldHouseKnits

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15. Somertide Placemat and Coaster Set by WyndlestrawDesigns

With this download, you get both a knit coaster pattern and a knit placemat pattern. You can make these all in one colour. Or have fun and create a festive display.

The intermediate level patterns include stitch charts and full line-by-line instructions. There are 3 sizes of placemats. The knit coaster measures 4.125 inch (10.5 cm) square.

Somertide Placemat and Coaster Set by WyndlestrawDesigns

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Are you looking for a fun and quick knitting project? Work up some of these knit coaster patterns.

You can never have enough coasters. They are necessary for protecting your furniture from scuffs and condensation. If you are always finding yourself looking for a coaster, or need a quick go-to gift idea, make some of these knit coaster patterns.

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We hope you enjoy these knit coaster patterns!