No matter the season, there’s no denying the fact that snuggling inside with a warm blanket beats going to work or running errands any day. Toss a good book, and maybe even a glass of wine, into the mix, and you’re practically in staycation paradise. But there’s another key ingredient to this dreamy scene that would really take things up a majorly cozy notch
chunky knit blanket making process
You probably know the exact style well, considering hygge-holics alike have been obsessing over it lately—and with very good reason. Not only does each massive throw keep wearers as snug as possible, but the large stitches also give them a downright adorable edge over the rest of your blanket collection. Plus, you can stash them anywhere, from your your living room [cozy chairs] to the end of your bed. They also make a perfect [gift for people who are always cold
this preliminary measure means your yarn won’t tear while you’re working. She unspooled her own giant ball on her bed, which also provided plenty of space to sit down and hand-crochet the blanket itself.
No experience needed to make this chunky throw the old fashioned way—with your hands! Youtuber Lily Ardor quickly breaks down the braid-style process
Simply Maggie uses [Premier Yarns Couture Jazz yarn (and her own arms!) to whip up this beautiful blanket in just 45 minutes.
In another needle-free method, Do It on a Dime assembled her materials on a budget (just $35!) and got to work DIYing this multicolored blanket with a friend. She recommends counting the stitches after every row to make sure you’re still at the original number—and to have [Hallmark Christmas movies playing in the background!
CraftSanity makes creating a merino wool infinity scarf seem like a cinch in this tutorial taken at the Becozi headquarters in Holland, Michigan. Tip: Work on a flat surface covered in terry cloth, which won’t cling to the yarn.