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Chunky Wool Blanket

By: Lynne Knowlton from lynneknowlton.com
Chunky Wool Blanket
Chunky Wool Blanket
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"This free pattern for a chunky wool blanket is a quick easy knit! It is knit with soft wooly merino wool and large circular knitting needles. Free downloadable pattern on DESIGN THE LIFE YOU WANT TO LIVE by Lynne Knowlton. The beautifully warm blanket is made with two basic stitches (the seed stitch and stockinette stitch) and finished with big fluffy tassels! Happy knitting!"

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Knitting Needle Size50 or 25 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Circular knitting needles (size 50, 25 mm)
  • Chunky merino wool

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I cannot get this free pattern to actually be sent to my in box. So sad. I really want to try it.

Wow, this is a super fluffy and cozy-looking blanket! The pattern calls for chunky/bulky yarn, but the designer says that if you have lighter weight yarn you can use two strands, or even three strands, held together. That's probably what I would do, and use this as a stash buster project.

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