Knit Cord Coaster


Knit Cord Coaster

When sipping your morning coffee or tea, make sure you have this fun Knit Cord Coaster to protect your table. This fun knit pattern winds around to create a lovely DIY coaster that will give your mug a bit of cushion and protect your table from ring marks too. Choose a fun yarn color that matches your favorite mug or your kitchen decor. Give your mug a cozy little friend with this simple knit coaster.

Knit Cord Coaster


  • Spool knitter with 4 prongs
  • Sport weight yarn (app. 50 yds) - I used Noro's Silk Garden Sock Yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors


  1. Knit 5 feet of i-cord following the spool knitter directions.Cut a long tail when binding off or start a new yarn. To get started with the spiral, begin by curling and stitching together one end.

    Knit Cord Coaster
  2. Continue spiraling and stitching.

    Knit Cord CoasterKnit Cord Coaster
  3. If you run of yarn to use for stitching, no problem. Simply tie on more, pull the knot tight and sew in the tails.

    Knit Cord Coaster
  4. Continue spiraling and stitching the cord until you have none left. Add a few extra stitches to secure the end of the i-cord to the body of the spiral. Sew in the tail.

    Knit Cord Coaster

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