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Mod Knit Coasters

By: Staci Perry from Very Pink

Throw a retro soiree with these Mod Knit Coasters. A simple mitered square is the basis for this easy knit coaster pattern. This simple tutorial lends itself to any yarn weight or needle size, so feel free to clear out the rest of your yarn stash by whipping up a few of these vintage accessories! The Mod Knit Coasters are the perfect finishing touch for any throwback party or barbeque.

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I just love mitered squares! They have so many uses, and once you know the basic idea you can use them for anything. These coasters are a perfect hostess gift or a stocking stuffer.

This coaster pattern caught my eye. I love the retro look! I would make them in cotton yarn so they would be absorbent under sweating glasses, and you could throw them in the wash when needed. These coasters will help use up some of my cotton yarn remnant stash. Pinned!

Love mitered squares! This is an easy pattern to follow. You can make these in one color if you don't want to change colors. A variegated yarn would look nice, too. Try a larger needle size and kitchen cotton and make a washcloth. Make them out of a soft yarn and sew them together to make a blanket. Pastels for a baby blanket, vibrant colors for kids, earth tones for men.

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