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Extreme Cream Knitted Blanket

Extreme Cream Knitted Blanket
Extreme Cream Knitted Blanket
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This Extreme Cream Knitted Blanket is one of the bulkiest, softest blanket knitting patterns you will ever encounter. Knitted using jumbo unspun wool roving and jumbo needles, this knitted blanket is like a heavenly, snuggly cloud. Because this free knitting pattern has so few stitches, it's a quick and easy knitting pattern. You can create this blanket in a matter of hours with wool this thick. If you'd like a cheaper option than the wool roving, try arm knitting 2-3 strands of super bulky or jumbo yarn to achieve the same thick and fluffy effect.

BONUS! If you want to make a larger-than-life knitting pattern, be sure to check out Extreme Knitting: Everything You Need to Know About Giant Knitting Patterns.

This pattern calls for unspun wool roving and size 200 knitting needles (50mm).


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You can make a blanket out of pretty much anything. Working with roving, though, and gigantic needles is going to be difficult. The designer mentions that since roving is not tight like yarn, if you pull on it, it will tear. It's also expensive, and so are the big needles.

I use wool roving to make dryer balls and I can just imagine how soft this blanket would be using it. But yes, it would be expensive so using the chunky yarn and your arms is probably a more practical option. -)

Wow! Extreme knitting is such an interesting concept. I can't wait to see how this giant blanket turns out.


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