You’ll love these fab homeware patterns!
Spruce up your home with these super simple yet super stylish chunky blanket patterns! They are the perfect projects for all-year-round but especially during the colder months as you can cosy up whilst knitting – it’s a win, win!
Cable Lap Blanket
Who could resist snuggling under this chunky merino wool blanket when it’s cold outside? The snaking cables that wind their way across the blanket are emphasized by the textural strips of garter stitch between them.
Lynne Rowe’s chunky blanket is a riot of texture and colour, with seven shades and six different square designs combined in one bold and beautiful piece. Exclusive to Let’s Knit Together members, this fun knitalong runs over five weeks, and is perfect for intermediate knitters wanting to increase their skill set.
This supersized cosy blanket knits up in next to no time on giant 19mm needles!
© Erin Black, 2013
Style up your home with a superchunky cable throw that also works as a rug! Use neutral shades for a sophisticated look.
© Fifty Four Ten Studio
Made from a simple knit and purl pattern this blanket is a lovely way to bring subtle texture to your living space - and it comes in six sizes!
Bold Gold Cables
© Kalurah Hudson
Wrap yourself up in a cosy superchunky cable throw! The striking pattern is worked loosely on large needles to create a lovely drape.
© Tin Can Knits
This eye-catching ombre knitted blanket from Tin Can Knits can actually be made in any weight yarn you like!
Beginners’ Garter Stitch Blanket
© Amy Christoffers
Suitable for even novice knitters, this fabulous free blanket knitting pattern is so simple to make. We love the bold use of stripes!
© Staci Perry
Use bold colours and mitred squares to make Very Pink’s gorgeous knitted patchwork quilt! Choose your favourite shades!
© The Knit Cafe Toronto
Use vibrant edging to bring colour to the nursery with this sweet chunky textured knitted blanket. It’s the perfect size for a cot, pram or wrapping up your little one in a knitty hug.
© King Cole
With sizes to fit babies to adults, this magical pattern means you can knit mermaid tail blankets for the whole family!
© Freya Esme Collection
This simple superchunky blanket pattern is based on a basketweave design so creates a lovely woven effect. It’s knitted on 12mm needles.
Giant Roving Blanket
Knitted on astonishing 25mm needles, this giant wool roving blanket pattern from Phildar uses knit and purl stitches to achieve a checked texture.
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