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Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. It snowed today and I am so glad I have this blanket to cozy up with for these winter months! Threads Ginormous yarn that I bought during a half off sale at Michaels and can’t seem to find for sale on their website. Check out their stores for availability, it is JUST like the “similar” I linked above but comes with way more per skein. My blanket ended up measuring 56inx85in.
It is very heavy, but extremely warm! I crocheted this over a period of about 3 days, a few hours here and there while binge watching Making A Murderer on Netflix. As you can see, it is rather large and chunky and just all around cozy goodness. The key to a good chunky blanket is the yarn. I am so glad I found this yarn at my local Michaels! Hopefully one day I’ll knit an even chunkier when I get up the nerve to order some roving online. Have you been crocheting or knitting anything lately?
Here is where to find chunky yarn! Thanks to, Rachel Andersen for these photos! How many skeins did you use? I used 13 skeins of 100yd yarn! 27 yards not 100 yards- where did you find the 100 yard skeins? They were for sale at Michaels last year.
Just wanted to let everyone know, michaels has the ginormous yarn in stock at my local store in Michigan. This is the first i have seen it since last year. The skeins are 84 yards each and sell for 9. I bought some Saturday in Highland Indiana.
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I’m definitely going to try to make one of these! Ooh can’t wait to see, Sarah! Definitely want to try making one! Thanks for the link for the yarn. Acrylic seems like a great choice for a project like this due to washability – and price! I really like Knitpick’s and Dharma Trading for roving sources. I took a deep dive into knitting with roving over the last few months and it is totally delightful.
If you do order some, I have a tutorial on my site about my process of splitting it and “spinning” it to make it more manageable to knit. Given your abundance of creativity, I’m sure you can do amazing things with it! I’m heading over to check it out right now, thanks for easing my mind! I am probably just making it out to be a bigger deal than it really is! Makes me want to start crocheting agai .
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This would be the perfect project to jump into crocheting with! Well, can you tell I’m sick. Love this but love your outfit even more. The tops I am wearing are both from Free People! I just checked and they no longer sell the top, but they still sell the slip!
The top is called Circle In the Sand Tee if you ever come across one! I think I need to learn how to crochet! I’ve enjoyed it during these winter months. I think you need to learn to crochet too, Shy! I’d have to use a darker color white dons’t work well with two kids in the house.
I’m making a temperature blanket at the moment along with other things. I bought one ball once and it broke so easily i took it back for something sturdier to use. I was on the fence between white and gray, so I think a darker color would be a fantastic choice! I didn’t know that about roving, I will have to look into it! It looks like it’s Hmong batik fabric. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
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Hi Shelly, it is noted under “process” in the post above. You may need a few crocheting skills, but it is easy enough that the beginner crocheter can take it on! I can’t wait to get started on this blanket! I am also a beginner in crocheting, I’ve only knitted before. Could you clarify the steps for making this blanket possibly? I just want to make sure I’m not completely misunderstanding your process! I would definitely suggest watching the how-to stitch videos.
You will need to know a few basics in crocheting but only the basics for this tutorial! Once you get a grip on how to chain and single crochet you can make this blanket easily. Work your way back to the other side by single crocheting in each chain. Once you reach the end, chain once and turn your work so you are making your way back to the other side. You will repeat these steps until you are finished! What kind of yarn did you use? Does the chain of 86 make the 85″ side?
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I can knit but don’t know how to crochet. This looks like the perfect starter project! Yes it does, you chain 86 because at the end of each row you’ll chain one extra chain so that you can start the next row without making the sides shorter and shorter each time. I just found this from roaming pinterest and this blanket is EXACTLY what I have been looking for. The downside is that I have no idea how to crochet. Is there a video or tutorial somewhere that you learned from? Thanks so much for pointing that out!
I fixed all the links and added the single crochet stitch video in the “process” portion! I am so glad this is what you are looking for, this will DEFINITELY warm you up- even while you are making it! The videos above should help you figure out crocheting in no time! Did you single or double crochet? I just linked to a single crochet video!
I’m using a pretty thick yarn and I keep having to go down a size in my needles every row I do, mind you I’m only on my fifth row, but I like the tight look of it. If not no worries and I’ll power through it. I would say when you wrap the yarn around the needle, make sure it is tight but keep a loose grip on your needle. You don’t have to grip it like a pen or pencil, you can have it relaxed in your hand – this shouldn’t determine how tight it is!
Just keep practicing relaxing your hand! Could you make this with loops and thread charisma yarn? Would you need a smaller hook as well? You can make this with any yarn you choose! To make it chunky and thick just make sure you use a thick yarn. You can find on each yarn skein the size of hook you should use.
It will be listed on the back! I’ve used about 6 balls and I only have about 5 rows on my blanket. I’m following your steps, materials and all. How many rows would 1 ball of yarn yield for you?
Are you using the yarn with 100yds? 100yds should get you about 5 rows each! Wow, not its not and I just noticed the yarn link you provided was “similar” and not the exact one you used. They don’t sell that at my Michael’s either.