Kokoro Coasters

Hi!
It’s about time I post some pics of my newest collections on here! So here is my first collection, 3 sets of heart-shaped coasters in loads of pretty colours. If you’d like to buy one of these sets, simply click on the picture, it will take you to my Etsy shop. You might also have seen those cuties in the Ipad application Gathered for which I created a tutorial – if you have an Ipad and love crafts, get it, it’s amazing! If not, my tutorial is also now available on Mollie Makes’s website.
“Kokoro” means “heart” in Japanese (in case you didn’t know yet, I love Japan – giving my knits a Japanese name is a way of combining two things I love).
These cute coasters were knitted with chunky yarn 51% wool 49% acrylic .
The 4 coasters are wrapped together using red and white checked ribbon and make a perfect gift :)

Size approx. 12x14cm.
Machine Washable. Wool Wash. 30⁰c.

 
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9 thoughts on “Kokoro Coasters

  1. I'm so glad to hear this Wendy, thank you! I love to focus on the prettiness and creativity but always keeping the technique fairly easy. I'm working on more tutorials at the minute so I hope you'll love what's coming up too!

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  2. I agree! These coasters are both easy AND adorable. I've only been knitting a few months, and it was this project that encouraged me to learn increases and decreases. Since then I've been making countless heart coasters! Thank you :-) I am continually looking for new patterns for this newbie knitter.

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  3. Thank you for your tutorial in the Mollie Makes magazine and for sharing such a lovely idea. May all your yarns never run and your needles never loose their heads.

    God bless.

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