Stay Warm And Cozy With These Free Chunky Knitting Patterns

chunky knits

Take a look through this post and see how you can keep warm and cosy with these free chunky knitting patterns!

When you are feeling the cold and it is snowing outside, there is nothing better than hibernating in your home with the heating on, drinking tea or coffee and knitting something in soft chunky yarn.

Super-sized knits have become really popular with everyone making hats, sweaters and scarves on size 10mm (US 15) needles or above.

I was lucky enough to be gifted a pair of 25mm (US 50) wooden circular needles from Lynne creator of the awesome blog > Design The Life You Want To Live.

25mm circular needles

The huge needles are just what I needed for knitting cowls and they will be perfect for making a chunky knit blanket.

I have included a free pattern from Lynne’s site further down – so if making a super chunky knit blanket is on your to-do list – get the pattern here.

Whatever you want to make to stay warm and cosy, there are plenty of patterns in this roundup for you to choose from.

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free knitting patterns

If you are new to knitting and want to learn how to knit there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my knitting pattern library, with patterns for women, men, baby, kids, pets and the home.

Find the perfect knitting project for you and get those needles out!

Once you have chosen your pattern, get comfy with your pet, grab a drink and see whats on Netflix.

how to cast off knitting

If you are interested in making hats – take a look at the free hat knitting patterns on my site.

Here are a few warm and cosy patterns to give you some project ideas >>

*Click on the link to view the free pattern*

Chunky Knit Scarf Pattern

Make yourself an oversized infinity scarf in thick chunky yarn.

This will knit up in no time at all! Get the free knitting pattern from Purllin Knitting.


Chunky Knit Blanket Pattern

Knit a chunky knit throw blanket, with this easy pattern from Design The Life You Want To Live.

You can buy blanket kits and the 25mm (US 50) circular needles needed to make this blanket on the site too.


Chunky Knit Hat Pattern

Make yourself a chunky hat to keep the chills away, with this amazing free hat knitting pattern by Abi Gregorio.

Looks like it has been knit with Lion Brand Wool-Ease yarn in wheat … if you have any in your stash, this would be a perfect project!

hat knitting pattern

Chunky Knit Sweater Pattern

Make yourself a huge oversized chunky sweater with this free pattern from Hemslojd.

The pattern is written in two languages – with the English text underneath the Swedish.

This looks like the perfect sweater for those cold snowy days!

sweater knitting pattern

Woollen Mittens Knitting Pattern

Warm woollen mittens are great for making snowballs and keeping your fingers feeling toasty.

Make a delightful pair in chunky yarn with this knitting pattern from FaveCrafts.

double knit mittens

Chunky Knit Dog Sweater Pattern

Don’t let your dog freeze his butt off….make a  cosy knit dog sweater with this free pattern from Craft Freely.

if you want to see more pet patterns, with dog sweaters for small/medium and large dogs, take a look at my pet pattern library.

dog sweater vest

I hope you have enjoyed this post, let me know what your next project will be in the comments below.

*All images from Pinterest*


    • Louise Bollanos
      January 25, 2016 / 7:04 pm

      Thanks for reading Sara, I love a free super chunky knitting pattern!

  1. Sonja1
    November 6, 2016 / 10:42 am

    These a beautiful patterns, look froward to seeing more😊😍xx

    • Louise Bollanos
      December 4, 2016 / 6:16 pm

      Thanks! I am happy you enjoy the blog and the patterns! 😉

  2. Lucia
    November 28, 2016 / 9:48 am

    Volevo chiedere come faccio a leggere le istruzioni in ITALIANO? Grazie

    • Louise Bollanos
      December 4, 2016 / 6:16 pm

      Hi! Sorry the patterns are in English. If you use Chrome as your browser it should translate it for you? It could be worth a try. 😉

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