Loom knit this cheerful kitchen set!  3 free patterns below; Loom Knit Cotton Placemat, Cable Mug Cozy and Coaster. During the cold winter season, I always like to think of ways to bring spring to my home early.  When I think of spring and summer, cotton always comes to mind...Loom knit the patterns below in 100% cotton, in any color of your choice and bring a little cheer and warmth to your home or a friends!
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Pocket Placemat, Mug Cozy & Coaster

Add cheerful style to your kitchen with this quick loom knit kitchen set. You can easily change up the color to match your décor!

Level:  Intermediate (knowledge of cables needed). This pattern can be made beginner by eliminating the cables.


  • Medium Gauge Loom with 28+ Pegs, 5/8" peg spacing. (Purple KK Loom used in sample)
  • Knitting tool
  • Crochet hook
  • Tapestry/yarn needle & 2 buttons
  • Measuring tape
  • Buttons (2)
  • Yarn (MC):  100% Cotton, Home Cotton Grande, (4); Color: Pastel Blue
  • Yarn (CC):  100% Cotton, Sugar ‘n Cream, (4); Color: Candy Sprinkles

Placemat Pattern: 12 ¼” x 17 ¾”

  • Chain cast on 28 pegs with 2 strands MC.
  • Rows 1 & 3:  *k1, p1, repeat from *.
  • Rows 2 & 4:  *p1, k1, repeat from *.
  • Row 5:  k1, p1, k1, p1, ewk19, p1, k1, p1, k1.
  • Row 6:  p1, k1, p1, k1, ewk19, k1, p1, k1, p1.
  • Repeat rows 5 and 6 until knitting measures 17 ¼”.
  • Next row:  *k1, p1, repeat from *.
  • Next row:  *p1, k1, repeat from *.
  • Repeat last 2 rows.
  • Bind off.

Utensil Pocket & Mug Cozy:  Main instructions are for Utensil pocket, instructions for mug cozy will be in parenthesis when they differ.

  • Chain cast on 10 pegs.
  • Rows 1-4:  *k1, p1, repeat from *.
  • Rows 5-7:  k1, p1, k6, k1, p1.  
  • Row 8:  k1, p1, 6-st RC, k1, p1.
  • Rows 9-20:  Repeat rows 5-8 three times.  (Repeat rows 5-8 until knitting measures circumference of mug as measured from front of handle to back of handle, minus 1 inch.
  • Rows 21-24 (next 4 rows):  Repeat rows 1-4.
  • Bind off; leave tail for sewing onto left bottom corner of placemat. (leave 6” tail for making loops.
  • Mug Cozy Assembly:  Using tail ends make 2 loops on opposite corners, making sure to measure carefully for tight fit.  Sew 2 buttons on alternate corners.
  • Placemat Assembly:  Align edges and sew utensil pocket onto left bottom side of placemat; Use same color yarn.

Coaster (5 ½” x 5 ½”)
  • Chain cast on 12 pegs with 2 strands CC.
  • Row 1:  *k1, p1, repeat from *.
  • Rows 2-27:  Repeat row 1.  You can add/subtract rows to keep your coaster square.
  • Chain one bind off.
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I hope you enjoyed this post...Happy looming everyone!

2015, copyright, thismomentisgood, Nicole F. Cox, all rights reserved.


Beth said... this!!

Nicole F. Cox said...

Thank you Beth! Thanks for visiting my blog - Nicole

aunt Bea said...

What size or gauge loom is used for this? I can't find a purple knifty Knitter loom. Is this the round loom on the long loom? I'd like to make some of these for Christmas presents but I need this information before I can start.

Nicole F. Cox said...

Hello aunt Bea, the peg spacing for the knifty knitter loom (no longer in production) is 5/8". CinDWood and Knitting Board make this loom with the same peg spacing now. The loom information is now included above. Thanks for stopping by.

Unknown said...

Thank you for the lovely kitchen set pattern. I plan on making them all. Which bind off method do you use for the placemat ?
Kind regards,

Nicole F. Cox said...

Hello Denise, You are very welcome and I'm glad you like the pattern. I use the chain one bind off for this pattern and most of my patterns on the loom. Have a great day and thanks for visiting the blog!

Unknown said...

Thank you. I appreciate the help.

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