Wondering what to do with all your chunky yarn? Well we have just the board for you! Find loads of patterns and tutorials for chunky knit blankets, cardigans…
Chunky Crochet Patterns
Chunky Knitting Patterns
This Finger Knit Trivet is an easy, yet beautiful project. I love the trivet’s simplicity and the natural feel that the rope provides. The best part is that you can make the trivet in a jiffy, under a half an hour. How beautiful would a series of these in different sizes strewn across a buffet be? Find this lovely DIY at LoveKnitting!
This is a digital download pattern of how to make this gorgeous chunky knit floor pouf. The PDF file also includes complete directions of how to learn to arm knit / hand knit. The pouf is 24" x 24".This floor pouf looks snatched from your favorite magazine. I have the best news for you: you can have one for yourself in a couple of hours. This sumptuous pouf will make the most delightful addition to your home! Trust me, it’s a good thing they’re so fast to make because you’re going to want mo...
Sometimes you get clouds very high up in the sky that look like popcorn, little bobbles of cloud. This is a knitting pattern for beginner knitters. You need to be able to cast on and cast off, knit and purl.It knits up quickly because it uses giant yarn! Find this pattern and more knitting inspiration at LoveKnitting.Com.
Traditional knit stitches at an oversized scale always make a wow-worthy statement! And what better way to keep your favorite things on display? Make these stunning baskets with no tools other than your own two hands. Never knit before? Never fear! In no time, you’ll have these lovely baskets adding rich texture to any interior space you choose. Find this pattern for your own DIY at LoveKnitting.Com!
This enormous blanket is knit on 1 1/2” PVC pipe, using slightly-felted superwash (yes, you read that right) unspun wool roving. This pattern is more of a tutorial, as the pattern is very simple.If you’ve ever wanted to knit in a gigantic gauge, this pattern teaches you where to find the raw materials, how to create “yarn” and “needles” from unusual objects, and finally how to knit up your very own giganto-blanket!Includes original pattern and a chart for the cabled version.