DIY Knit Chunky Blanket
Make your own affordable DIY Knit Chunky Blanket using fleece blankets.
Many people are intrigued by extreme knitting, but can’t afford the really expensive yarn/roving or huge knitting needles that are for sale. This DIY shows how to make giant knitting needles and cut up fleece blankets to use as yarn.
What Supplies Do You Need?
- 7 fleece blankets
- 2 pieces of round rod
- 8 nails
- Electrical tape
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