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Hand Knit Candy Corn Coasters

In honor of the coming month I decided to make these Candy Corn Coasters to help set the mood for Halloween.  I love October and everything it brings with the beautiful changing leaves, crisp air and not to mention the excuse of setting out candy in pretty dishes that doubles as decorative pieces and snacks, plus who could forget the scary movies!  Jamie Lee Curtis anyone?

I am so excited for October and yet terrified at the same time for it to come this Tuesday because I am scheduled to take the GRE that day.  I am super nervous so in between studying I have been constructing these Halloween inspired coasters to help evaporate some of my stress, and believe it or not it has kinda worked.  Try them out.  Knit them up.  Decorate your dinner table.  They are so easy and great for a beginner who is just learning to knit.  All you need to know is how to work the knit stitch and the basic knit 2 stitches together decrease.
A printable PDF version of this pattern is available for purchase here.
Candy Corn Coasters
Size 8 knitting needles
Yellow, orange, and white worsted weight acrylic yarn
Start with yellow yarn and cast on 22 stitches
Rows 1-8: knit
Row 9: k1, k2tog, knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (20 stitches)
Rows 10 -12: knit
Cut yellow yarn, and loosely attach orange yarn
Rows 13 – 16: knit
Row 17: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (18 stitches)
Rows 18 – 22: knit
Row 23: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 stitches, 2tog, k1 (16 stitches)
Rows 24 – 26: knit
Cut orange yarn and loosely attach white yarn
Row 27 – 34: knit
Row 35: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1 (14 stitches)
Row 36: knit
Row 37: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1
Row 38: knit
Row 39: k1, k2tog, k to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1
Row 40: knit
Row 41: k1, k2tog to last stitch, k1
Row 42: knit
Row 43: Bind off
Secure all loose ends.  Knit up four to make a complete set, enjoy!

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  1. Hey! I love these!! 🙂 I was curious if I can knit them and sell them in my etsy shop? I didn’t see anywhere where it says I can’t but I want to make sure before I decide to! 🙂 hope to hear back from you!! Thanks!!! 🙂 ~Hanna

    1. Hi Hanna! Thank you, I am glad you like them!! Yes, you may sell your finished items but I do ask that you provide a link back to my blog in the description.

    2. looking for the candy corn knitting directions for a dish cloth. I have a friend who loves candy corn. Can you send the directions to me? I would really appreciate it.

    1. Hi Carol! There was an error in the pattern, it read “Rows 27 – 24” then went on with Row 35. It should have read “Rows 27 – 34”. My apologies for the error! It has been updated. Also, I made a video tutorial of this project as well as a new blog post with updated photography that it will be released on my website tomorrow morning, so be sure to check back if you’re interested!

  2. Thank you so very much… I think knitting them will be fun.. I have a couple friends I would like to make them for..again THANK YOU

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