Easy Big Knit Blanket Sweater


Easy Big Knit Blanket Sweater

Easy Big Knit Blanket Sweater
Easy Big Knit Blanket Sweater

"This oversized easy sweater blanket is super simple to make and works up fairly quickly on large needles! Using the stockinette stitch for the main portion and the seed stitch for the edges, this is a perfect pattern for someone who is wanting to practice more knitting and purling. One size fits most. This is definitely a statement piece that can be enjoyed through the holiday season. Make one for yourself or someone special in your life!"


Knitting Needle Size19 or 15 mm

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

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The yarn the designer originally used on this project has since been discontinued. I would think that any 5 weight yarn could be substituted with the same results. There is an ad free pattern available on her Etsy page for $2.99, but save your money because you can print a pdf for free using Chrome.

I haven't knitted anything like this before so the pattern is very interesting. You use two strands of bulky/chunky hard together so I'm sure it's as comfy plush as it looks in the picture! Just knit a big rectangle then fold the corners in and seam them to makes sleeves - easy peasy and the designer gives you lots of photos too to help you along.

This is an interesting pattern and I feel good for a beginner as well. This will work up quickly and the instructions look fairly simple to follow. I like the fact it has photos as well. Photos explain a lot! The yarn is perfect for this and easy to buy. Thank you for the pattern. Winter is coming!

This is a gorgeous sweater. And doesn't seem too hard to make! I imagine I will wear this sweater until it falls apart!

I've decided that this sweater would be a good one for me to make to practice my knit and purl stitches. I'd also get introduced to a new stitch for me in this one...the seed stitch. New is always fun! We're contemplating a move to the north and this sweater would be perfect.

I finished it in two days

Looking at this pattern makes me want to grab a stack of pillows and a good book and have a quiet and comfy afternoon. I prefer longer sleeves, so I would need to extend the pattern to my liking. I am glad it is an easy pattern to adjust. I am looking forward to making this one.

Love this sweater! It looks so cozy, even to lounge around the house with. And I like how it drapes and is not clingy. Seed stitch is one of my favorites, too and is unusual for a border. Lovely!

I so wish that I had six hands! I save the patterns of so many gorgeous things that I really want to make and this super snuggly sweater is the latest in that ever growing list. I love that it has such a casual look and that its so cozy and bulky. Perfect for wrapping myself in on a chilly day.

Looks like a snuggly warm sweater, just right for watching TV or reading on those cold winter evenings. I am not familiar with the yarn used, though. Is it really lightweight? It seems that the sweater wcould become uncomfortably heavy otherwise, but I am itching to try the pattern anyway!

This is a great pattern and can be warn with just about anything. I would love it for those cool fall football and soccer games watching the grandkids. The other posts mention fringe which I don't see in the picture or the pattern. The directions are complete and easy to read especially for the beginner.

there is something about this sweater that calls out to me it would be delightful to wear with casual pants or jeans when out for a walk, or with a skirt or dress pants to work or shopping... although I am not sure about the fringe part for myself -- for that matter on a proper walk with the dog.. this has so many possibilities...

I really love most of her patterns, I am disappointed in this one because of the fringe, event he lion brand website recommends not using this yarn to create fringe because it frays so easily and badly. I'll probably make it anyway just without the fringe.


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