Take a look through this post and see how you can keep warm and cozy with these free super 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 Size Your Knits
Knitting with large needles and super bulky or jumbo yarn is a great way to make something fast!
From blankets to sweaters there are many things that you can make using thick yarn.
One of my favorite yarns to knit with is The Wool from We Are Knitters, it just works up so quickly and always looks great.
Whatever you want to make to stay warm and cozy, there are plenty of patterns in this roundup for you to choose from.
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Are You New To Knitting?
If you are a beginner knitter and want to learn how to knit, there are many easy and free stitch patterns on my website (with step-by-step instructions). Every new knitter needs to know, including the garter stitch.
Every stitch pattern has a video tutorial and step-by-step photographs to help you along.
Check out all the tutorial posts here. – Knitting Lessons
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 what’s on Netflix.
Chunky Knitting Patterns
There are more chunky knitting patterns in my own knitting pattern library.
Free Super Chunky Knitting Patterns
Here are a few warm and cozy patterns to give you some project ideas…
1. Chunky Cable Knit Blanket Pattern
This pattern is perfect if you’re looking for an easy quick pattern to work on while watching a show or listening to a podcast.
You’ll use knit and purl stitches as well as cable stitches.
The cable is an easy one to knit, so if you have never cabled before, don’t worry it is really simple – you can do it!
View the pattern here – Chunky Cable Knit Blanket Pattern.
2. Chunky Knit Scarf Pattern
Make yourself an oversized infinity scarf in thick chunky yarn/bulky weight yarn.
This will knit up in no time at all! Get the free knitting pattern from Purllin Knitting.
3. Large Knit Blanket Pattern
Knit a chunky wool 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.
4. 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 Thick and Quick yarn (super bulky weight) in wheat … if you have any in your stash, this would be a perfect project!
5. Super Chunky Knit Blanket
The blanket is really huge and squishy, perfect for those cold autumn/winter days.
Knit with a soft alpaca wool blend, this really is a blanket that you will want to make!
View the pattern here – Easy Squishy Knit Throw Blanket Pattern
6. Half Fisherman’s Rib Sweater Pattern
Make a really chunky knit sweater that will definitely keep you warm in the winter.
This sweater is perfect for snow days!
View the pattern here – Chunky Knit Sweater Pattern (Half Fisherman’s Rib)
7. 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!
8. Easy Mittens Knitting Pattern
Warm woolen mittens are great for making snowballs and keeping your fingers feeling toasty.
Make a delightful pair in super bulky yarn with this knitting pattern from Handy Little Me.
View the quick knit pattern here – Easy Mittens Knitting Pattern.
9. Chunky Knit Dog Sweater Pattern
Don’t let your dog freeze his butt off….make a cozy knit dog sweater with this free pattern from Handy Little Me. – Large Dog Sweater Knitting Pattern
If you want to see more pet patterns, with dog sweaters for small/medium and large dogs, take a look at my pet knitting patterns library.
I hope you have enjoyed this post, let me know what your next project will be in the comments below.