Chunky Knits: Five Free Knitting Patterns!
Chunky knits are so satisfying. You can have a project done in no time, so this type of knitting is great for gifts, baby knits, or simply for those of us who love instant gratification! I’ve pulled together five of my favorite chunky knitting patterns in our free eBook, Chunky Knits: 5 Free Chunky Knitting Patterns You Have to Try.
This is the ultimate collection of free chunky knitting patterns that you’ll love. Each of these free chunky knitting patterns was selected to stand-out in its own class. From making a chunky infinity scarf to a chunky knit blanket, you’ll find complete enjoyment in creating these fun chunky knits…plus they’re FREE!
5 Free Chunky Knits for You!
Quick, Unisex Chunky Knit Hat Pattern
The Speer Cap by Rose Beck is a unisex chunky knit hat pattern hat with an interesting cable pattern that doesn’t use a cable needle. You knit two stitches together and then knit into the first stitch again, twisting the stitches on the needles. This technique makes a pretty, quick cable, especially with chunky yarn. This knitted hat makes the perfect gift…or keep it for yourself!
Beginner Knitted Scarf Pattern
The Solstice Scarf by Cheryl Beckerich is the perfect beginning lace project. You simply cast on 34 stitches and repeat an easy chart until you have a beautiful, cozy chunky knit scarf. And it takes just under 400 yards, so it’s easy on the wallet, too. The finished measurement of this beautiful chunky knitted scarf is 72 inches long and 10 inches wide.
Chunky, Reversible Cowl
Choose a tonal or variegated yarn for Mistake Stich Möbius by Daniel Yuhas to really make this cowl a showstopper. The Mistake Rib looks the same on both sides, so has no right-side or wrong-side. The mistake stitch is easily memorized, and since it looks the same on both sides, this chunky infinity scarf is completely reversible.
Flattering Chunky Knitted Vest
The Far Afield Vest by Connie Chang Chinchio is a flattering tunic length, decorated with a delicate wheatear cable. Far Afield has an attractive shawl collar and a ribbed waist. This Vest is worked in one piece to the armholes with a seed-stitch faux seam. Connie Chang Chinichio draws most of her inspiration from fashion she sees from living in New York. You’ll wear this vest all the time!
Cozy Chunky Knit Blanket Pattern
Up your home décor game with the gorgeous Cobblestone Throw by Faith Schmidt. According to Faith, this chunky knitted blanket patterns is considered as an easy project to complete (just past scarf challenging). Choose a color that’s perfect for your home, plus a washable wool, and soon you’ll have a chunky knit throw to snuggle under while you knit more stuff!
With these free chunky knitting patterns, you will be able to show off your new collection of chunky knits. But which will you begin first? I know you’ll love knitting these beautiful designs. Click here to find and download our free 5 Free Chunky Knitting Patterns You Have to Try eBook, and have fun whipping up chunky knits!