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Easy Chunky Hand-Knitted Blanket in One Hour

Easy Chunky Hand-Knitted Blanket in One Hour: This project is quick, easy and affordable! In this Instructable, I will share with you the steps it takes to make a beautiful blanket or throw, in about an hour. I made mine out of chenille yarn and it only took 3 skeins. I will explain the details…

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Gallant sweater is a beginner friendly top-down knitting pattern. The sweater is bold and chunky knit. It is cropped and it features a simple short turtle neck. Worked in stockinette stitch all the way through. Intended to be worn with little ease. 0-5 cm of positive ease is built into the pattern. Sizes Bust size of the finished sweater with ease built in is XS 31 ½ ”, S 35 ½ ”, M 38”, L 41”, XL 45”, 2XL 49”, 3XL 52”, 4XL 57 ½ “, 5XL 62” inches. (XS 80, S 90, M 96, L 104, XL 114, 2XL 125, 3XL 133, 4XL 146, 5XL 157 cm). Gauge 7.5 stitches by 10 rows = 4” x 4” (10 x 10 cm) using size US19/15 mm needles in stockinette stitch after blocking. Yarn 650, (750), 800, (875), 960, (1040), 1200, (1400), 1500 grams of “Crazy Sexy Wool” from Wool and The Gang, or “The Wool” from We Are Knitters (200 grams = 80 meters /87 yards). Needles For the neck and first half of the yoke you will need 16” US19 (15mm) + 32” or 40” US19 80 cm or 100 cm circular knitting needles. Longer needles can be used for the neck and the sleeves if you use magic loop method.

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How Much Yarn Do You Need For Chunky Blanket

If you're new to chunky knitting, then you probably have a lot of questions to ask before starting your very first DIY chunky knit project. We promise you that after some tips we'll give you, you'll be a pro of the chunky knitting. How not to get lost in the wide offer of chunky knit wool?First, you're probably confused by the wide chunky yarn offer in the market - you've seen cheap yarn and expensive yarn, natural yarn, and synthetic yarn, thick yarn and not that thick yarn. And, on top of that, there's also a wide range of colors and even mixtures of different colors.To be short and simple, because we want to keep it easy for you, in your very first DIY chunky knit project you will want to focus on the quality of the material. It's an old truth that bad instruments can spoil even the most gifted artist's work. So instead of searching for lower price wool material, we encourage you to choose high-quality wool so your first chunky knit project is full of fun and you enjoy the whole process and result.We have tried different wool materials and what we discovered is that 18 microns pure Australian merino wool is the best one. The colors on this material look rich and saturated and it also feels smooth and silky against the skin. You'll see how easily it flows through your arms.Read more about the importance of wool quality in our blog post Why choose Wool Art products?.Visit our shop's Yarn section to purchase the Australian merino 18 microns chunky yarn we mentioned in this blog.How much yarn do you need?The amount of wool you need for your chunky knit blanket depends on how big you want your DIY chunky blanket to be and which wool you choose. Ok, we know that this wasn't the answer you wanted to get, so we have created a very simple formula for you that will help you to calculate the needed wool quantity. It's based on the wool type we use and which you can find here.Before we explain the formula, it's additionally important to know that the needed wool quantity also depends on your knitting pattern and density. As each person has it's own handwriting, each knitter has it's own knitting manner.For those who like knitting densely, we suggest choosing a slightly more quantity of wool than indicated in our formula. For those, who knit loose, it's very possible that after the blanket is finished, they will remain with some extra material on their hands.So taking into account all the above the short and simple formula is as follows: 1 ft² - 0.5 lbs.Explaining the formula, it means that for every 1 ft² of blanket you need 0.5 lbs of wool.We know that calculating sometimes can be hard, so feel free to use this cheat sheet which will tell you how much yarn you need for each specific size of the blanket. Choosing the right size blanketIf you haven't already decided on the blanket size you want to have, then get some inspiration in this blog post on a topic Which size blanket to choose?It'll guide you through a range of different size blankets, starting from smaller throw blankets to large blankets and even the biggest Queen size and King size blankets.How to knit a DIY chunky knit blanket?If this is your first DIY chunky knit project, then you're also probably curious about how to knit a chunky blanket.We can tell you that it's easier than it may seem at first sight. If you noted our advice about choosing a high-quality material, then the rest should be very simple. We have written a step by step guide on How to make a chunky knit blanket – DIY guide for beginners. By following this guide, you'll be able to knit your very first chunky blanket in a couple of hours.To chunk it upWe hope that after reading this information you now have a clear chunky knit DIY project in mind and that you feel confident about it.You'll see how great is the whole chunky knitting process and how happy you'll be about your first handmade chunky knit blanket.We're also always happy to see what our customers have created, so please feel free to share your DIY project on Instagram with a hashtag #woolartdesign.Image source: our happy client @jessicas.photographyHave a happy chunky knitting!

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How much yarn do you need for chunky blanket

If you're new to chunky knitting, then you probably have a lot of questions to ask before starting your very first DIY chunky knit project. We promise you that after some tips we'll give you, you'll be a pro of the chunky knitting. How not to get lost in the wide offer of chunky knit wool?First, you're probably confused by the wide chunky yarn offer in the market - you've seen cheap yarn and expensive yarn, natural yarn, and synthetic yarn, thick yarn and not that thick yarn. And, on top of that, there's also a wide range of colors and even mixtures of different colors.To be short and simple, because we want to keep it easy for you, in your very first DIY chunky knit project you will want to focus on the quality of the material. It's an old truth that bad instruments can spoil even the most gifted artist's work. So instead of searching for lower price wool material, we encourage you to choose high-quality wool so your first chunky knit project is full of fun and you enjoy the whole process and result.We have tried different wool materials and what we discovered is that 18 microns pure Australian merino wool is the best one. The colors on this material look rich and saturated and it also feels smooth and silky against the skin. You'll see how easily it flows through your arms.Read more about the importance of wool quality in our blog post Why choose Wool Art products?.Visit our shop's Yarn section to purchase the Australian merino 18 microns chunky yarn we mentioned in this blog.How much yarn do you need?The amount of wool you need for your chunky knit blanket depends on how big you want your DIY chunky blanket to be and which wool you choose. Ok, we know that this wasn't the answer you wanted to get, so we have created a very simple formula for you that will help you to calculate the needed wool quantity. It's based on the wool type we use and which you can find here.Before we explain the formula, it's additionally important to know that the needed wool quantity also depends on your knitting pattern and density. As each person has it's own handwriting, each knitter has it's own knitting manner.For those who like knitting densely, we suggest choosing a slightly more quantity of wool than indicated in our formula. For those, who knit loose, it's very possible that after the blanket is finished, they will remain with some extra material on their hands.So taking into account all the above the short and simple formula is as follows: 1 ft² - 0.5 lbs.Explaining the formula, it means that for every 1 ft² of blanket you need 0.5 lbs of wool.We know that calculating sometimes can be hard, so feel free to use this cheat sheet which will tell you how much yarn you need for each specific size of the blanket. Choosing the right size blanketIf you haven't already decided on the blanket size you want to have, then get some inspiration in this blog post on a topic Which size blanket to choose?It'll guide you through a range of different size blankets, starting from smaller throw blankets to large blankets and even the biggest Queen size and King size blankets.How to knit a DIY chunky knit blanket?If this is your first DIY chunky knit project, then you're also probably curious about how to knit a chunky blanket.We can tell you that it's easier than it may seem at first sight. If you noted our advice about choosing a high-quality material, then the rest should be very simple. We have written a step by step guide on How to make a chunky knit blanket – DIY guide for beginners. By following this guide, you'll be able to knit your very first chunky blanket in a couple of hours.To chunk it upWe hope that after reading this information you now have a clear chunky knit DIY project in mind and that you feel confident about it.You'll see how great is the whole chunky knitting process and how happy you'll be about your first handmade chunky knit blanket.We're also always happy to see what our customers have created, so please feel free to share your DIY project on Instagram with a hashtag #woolartdesign.Image source: our happy client @jessicas.photographyHave a happy chunky knitting!

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DIY A Thick, Cozy, Chunky Knit Blanket...in one day! • Nourish and Nestle Knit & Crochet Patterns an

I love a big, chunky knit blanket! Don't you? Illustrated instructions to DIY a tasseled thick, cozy and chunky knit blanket...a simple one day project perfect for a beginner knitter. #nourishandnestle #knit #freepattern #blanket #howto

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