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Seagrove Coffee Cozy

Nothing beats a hot cup  of coffee, but sometimes they can be a little too hot. Not to worry, we have the perfect solution! This coffee cozy is the perfect size for travel mugs and to-go cups, and it'll fit nicely in your purse. Plus, this quick knitting pattern is perfect for your leftover worsted weight yarn.  What You NeedSize 8 Needles - 2 24" double circulars or dpnsSmall amount of worsted yarn, about 50 yardsStitch markerTapestry needle for weaving in ends   Get the full pattern, courtesy of The Knitty Professors here   

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Chunky Wool Blanket

Do you love those thick, chunky blankets that look cozy enough to cuddle underneath for hours at a time? Well, we have good news for you! If you know the two basic knitting stitches - purl and knit - then you can make your very own chunky wool blanket. The great thing about this blanket is that you can customize it to your liking. Choose the color you like and the chunky yarn type that suits you. Maybe you want to go 100% Merino wool, or maybe you found a super luxurious blend. Either way, you'll want a chunky yarn,...

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Small Knit Pouch Pattern

Looking for a quick and easy knitting project to use up some of your yarn stash? We've got the perfect pattern for you! This small knit pouch uses less than one skein of yarn, and it's a great little bag to throw in your purse or use as a makeup bag. It's always nice to have a cute and useful place to store odds and ends. This beginner knitting pattern uses two simple stitches: a broken rib stitch and a seed stitch. The mix of stitches makes an interesting texture, and if you know how to knit and purl, you can...

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Giant Knitting Patterns

Knitting isn't just for your grandmother anymore. Thanks to awe-inspiring Pinterest boards, fashion-forward ladies, and extreme knitting experts, knitting is experiencing quite the rejuvenation. If you're ready to dive into the giant knitting trend, try out some of these patterns. Since the scale is so large, intricate patterns usually aren't required, so giant knitting is perfect for both beginners and experts.  Check out this pattern on Ravelry to learn how to knit your very own giganto-blanket!   This Mega Wrap is an easy pattern that is great for giant needles. Get the free pattern download here! For a quick and...

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Tips on Using Giant Knitting Needles

If you're looking to complete a project super fast, nothing beats using giant knitting needles with thick yarn or multiple strands. Whip up an afghan in a fraction of the time it would take using worsted weight yarn and standard-sized needles! You might feel like using giant needles is a little clunky at first, but don't forget how awkward you felt when you first started knitting with regular needles. With a little bit of practice, you'll be knocking out projects quick and easy. You can use one strand of yarn and big needles for an open work effect, but it's more...

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