Want To Try Knitting Table Mats and Coasters?

Try knitting table mats for something different and you can even add in a matching coaster. Knitting table mats and coasters is simple and quick to do and you can even try selling them.

Here is a simple knitting pattern for table mats.

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How To Go About Knitting Table Mats And Coastersknitting table mats

Start by choosing some yarn that matches in with the tone of your kitchen or dining room.

You will need 3.75 mm knitting needles and some 50% cotton and 50% acrylic 50g/140m yarn of your choice.

To knit a set you will need about 4 balls. We knit the entire set in moss stitch and with two balls of yarn in contrasting colors together throughout.

The placemat will measure about 30 x 39 cm and the coaster will measure about 10 x 12 cm.

Knitting The Table Mats

Using your 3.75mm needles and the two strands of yarn together, cast on 86 its.

Work in double moss st or moss stitch (your choice) until the work measures 12 cm, ending with a ws row. You can see the pattern that I used at the bottom of this post.

Knit until the work measures 30cm from the beginning.

End with a ws row and cast off.

Knitting the Coasters

Still using the 3.75mm needles and the two strands of yarn together, cast on 26 sts.

Work in the double moss st pattern until the work measures 10cm, ending with a ws row. Cast off.

Double Moss Stitch for The Above Pattern

Row 1: (rs): k2, *p2, k2, rep from * to end.

Row 2: p2, *k2, p2, rep from * to end.

Row 3: As per row 2.

Row 4: As per row 1. 

Now simply knit as many as you need. Quick and easy.

If you prefer to crochet, here is an awesome pattern book full of all sorts of things that you can make for your kitchen.

Crochet for the Kitchen: Over 50 Patterns for Placemats, Potholders, Hand Towels, and Dishcloths Using Crochet and Tunisian Crochet Techniques

Bring unique kitchen accessories to life.

All you need is a crochet hook and a ball of yarn!

Inside this handy book, you’ll find step-by-step instructions for fabulous pattern ideas featuring both traditional and modern “looks” to suit all tastes and kitchen styles.

Stripes, flowers, patchwork, lace, bobbles, ruffles, and seasonal themes combine with vibrant color and interesting texture.

The result? Delightful crochet and Tunisian crochet creations that anyone can make and everyone can enjoy.

Making kitchen goodies is a great way to profit with your knitting and crochet hobby.

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