Candy Corn Knit Coasters Pattern and Video Tutorial
In this post you will find an updated version of an old blog favorite – the Candy Corn Knit Coasters! I’ve freshened this pattern up with new photography and even a video tutorial so to make these cuties for yourself, keep on reading below!
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Its just a couple days before Halloween so I wanted to be sure to make at least one festive blog post to stay in the moment. If you’ve been following the blog since the beginning you may remember these Candy Corn Knit Coasters from years back (if this describes you, I love you haha!). It’s a super simple pattern but I thought it would be fun to bring it back with some fresh photos and an all new video tutorial!
If you’ve made a few fall projects this season, you most likely have these classic colors on hand which is great, because this is an awesome stash buster.
Not only is this project a great stash buster, but each of these Candy Corn Knit Coasters whip up in just about an hour (or less time if you’re a fast knitter!), so you can expect to have a set whipped up in just an afternoon or over a couple evenings depending on your knitting schedule.
In conclusion, the Candy Corn Knit Coasters pattern is a super fun project and you should totally give it a try!
Candy Corn Knit Coasters Video Tutorial
The Candy Corn Knit Coasters Video Tutorial is geared for moderate beginners and higher and assumes you already know the following skills:
- Casting on
- The knit stitch
- K2tog decrease
- Binding off
Once you’ve masters the above skills, I’m confident you can tackle this pattern!
I’ve made video tutorials for both right and left handed knitters! To view the video tutorial click the play button on your preferred version below. You’ll want to follow along with the written pattern (which can be found if you scroll down past the videos) while you watch the video so be sure to bookmark this page!
Left Handed Tutorial
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Candy Corn Knit Coasters – Written Pattern
- 1 ball each of Red Heart Super Saver in the following colors: Gold, Carrot, and White
- US size 9 knitting needles (or correct size to obtain gauge)
- Yarn needle
- Gauge checker
- 6 inches (at widest) by 5.5 inches long
- 15 stitches by 32 rows = 4 inches
Key (in US Terms)
- k – knit
- k2tog – knit two stitches together (decrease)
- BO – bind off
Starting with color Gold, cast on 22 stitches.
Rows 1-8: knit across row
Row 9: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (20 stitches)
Rows 10 -12: k across row
Cut yellow yarn, and loosely attach orange yarn
Rows 13 – 16: k across row
Row 17: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (18 stitches)
Rows 18 – 22: k across row
Row 23: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, 2tog, k1 (16 stitches)
Rows 24 – 26: k across row
Cut orange yarn and loosely attach white yarn
Row 27 – 34: k across row
Row 35: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (14 stitches)
Row 36: knit
Row 37: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (12 stitches)
Row 38: k across row
Row 39: k1, k2tog, k up to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (10 stitches)
Row 40: k across row
Row 41: k1, k2tog to last stitch, k1 (8 stitches)
Row 42: k across row
Cut yarn and secure.
Weave in all loose ends.
Love ?the look will try soon???
Thank you! Let me know if you do!
Too bad I found these right before Halloween! Love your website. Very informative and easy for people like me! I’m probably a low intermediate knitter. I already made one using cotton yarn. I have a huge box someone gave to me. I also make a lot of dish cloths for a friend. She loves them. I’m going to keep making while I’m watching my DVR and have them ready for next Fall with cute ribbon around them like you did. Love them! Thank you! Would like to try the slouchy sweater too.
I’m so happy you’re enjoying the pattern! These little guys make great stash busters so this is a perfect project to help you clear your stash! Happy knitting to you! And if you end up trying the sweater pattern, let me know! 😀
Something is not right with this pattern. On one page it says size 8 needles and in a other it says size 9. I used size 8 and my candy corn came out too big, not like the size in the picture or coaster size.
Hi Belle! In the old version of the pattern I used size 8 knitting needles, but in the new version of the pattern (the version in this post) I used size 9 knitting needles. The pattern is correct as written. In the pattern where I list the needle size I note – US size 9 knitting needles (or size to obtain gauge). Below that I also list the gauge. Because each knitters knitting tension is unique, it’s important to check your gauge and make sure it matches the gauge listed in the pattern. If not, you’ll need adjust your needle size accordingly so that your finished project comes out to the expected size.
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