14 Super Bulky Yarn Baby Blanket Crochet Patterns
These free crochet baby blanket patterns using super bulky yarn are so quick and easy, you'll feel like you're cheating!
There is nothing more satisfying than finishing a crochet project, especially when it is a beautiful baby blanket. When you spend your time working with light or worsted weight yarn, though, it can take forever to finish a crochet baby blanket. Get more of that fantastic “just finished” feeling with these easy and fast Super Bulky Yarn Baby Blanket Crochet Patterns.
Super bulky yarn, also known as super chunky yarn or weight 6 yarn, comes in big, squishy skeins that are just perfect for crocheting baby blankets. Discovering a soft and cuddly ball of yarn, like crocheter favorite Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn, is so inspiring. It is almost like the cozy yarn is begging to become a blanket!
We’ve selected the best free crochet blanket patterns for super bulky yarn, all of which would be perfect to crochet for baby. If you need a last minute crochet baby shower gift, or just don’t want to spend weeks or months working up your next homemade treasure, these baby blanket patterns using super bulky yarn are an excellent solution.
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PLUS! Once you are finished crocheting one of these lovely baby blanket patterns, you'll need to weave in your ends. Follow along with this video tutorial to make your crochet baby blanket look professional.
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Solid Color Super Bulky Weight Baby Blankets
If you are new to crochet, or simply wish to take a break from challenging patterns, these free crochet baby blanket patterns using super bulky yarn are the perfect option.
Solid color baby blankets are a great gift to bring to a baby shower, since you can’t go wrong with the classic style. Match the style of the new baby’s nursery, or go classic with a blanket in pink, blue, or yellow.
Why yes, this blanket is easy enough for even beginning crocheters! This soft and squishy pattern is totally mindless, so it is perfect to work up while watching TV.
Give the unique “wattle stitch” a try with this quick and simple super bulky blanket. This easy blanket works up in a flash, and is a great pattern to donate to charity.
Using just the single crochet stitch (yes, really!) means just about anyone can work up this fast and fun throw. The pretty color and tight stitches make this a great gift for a new baby.
Working in a solid color scheme gives so many opportunities to play with texture. This pattern is worked up using two strands of yarn, so you’ll be finished before you know it.
Multicolored Baby Blanket Patterns Using Super Bulky Yarn
Solid colored blankets are a classic for a reason, but adding a bit of color to your crochet projects is a sure way to spice up your stitching sessions. If you feel a solid color blanket is too bland for your taste, these multicolored patterns might be just what you’re looking for.
Some of the colorful baby blanket patterns below are made using fun stripes, which is a great way to practice your color-changing skills. Pro tip: weave in your ends as you go to make finishing your blanket easier.
Crocheting a super bulky baby blanket with variegated yarn might just change your life. The self-striping yarn will take care of the color changes for your, and the super chunky yarn means the pattern will work up incredibly quickly.
Never made a baby blanket before? This insanely simple baby blanket pattern will have you wondering why it has taken you so long to give it a try.
The variety of stitches used in this baby afghan pattern gives it a lovely texture, and it is a fun project to work up. This baby blanket pattern is an AllFreeCrochet exclusive, and the full pattern is easy to print!
Only have a few hours to spare? No worries! This surprisingly speedy baby blanket pattern can be worked up in as little as five hours.
What could be nicer than a cozy weekend spent curled up with a hook and some yarn? Indulge your lazy side while creating a lovely baby blanket any kiddo or mama would love.
Use the traditional granny square technique to create a big and squishy baby blanket. This pattern includes a video tutorial for beginners to follow along.
If you’ve ever touched a skein of Bernat Blanket yarn, you know how incredibly soft and cozy it is. With a simple 2-row repeat, this super bulky baby blanket basically makes itself.
Use up all of the bulky yarn in your stash with even more great baby blanket patterns to crochet. Check out the best chunky weight patterns in the collection:18 Free Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns Using Bulky Yarn
Unique Super Bulky Baby Blanket Patterns
Sometimes it might feel like you’ve made the same blanket over and over again. Add some excitement to your crochet routine with one of these beautifully unique super chunky baby blankets.
Elements like shape, texture, and technique can make a baby afghan completely unforgettable. Just say no to boring afghans, and try something new with these unexpected afghan ideas.
If your baby or grandbaby is the star of your life, make this soft and cuddly star blanket to show your love. The unique shape take a little bit of extra effort, but the result is well worth it.
Experienced crocheters looking for a little bit of a challenge will enjoy this unique and beautiful 3-panel baby afghan. The pinks and purples make this a great gift for a baby girl.
If you love crocheting with Bernat Blanket yarn, you’ll want to test out the striped variety with this ripple blanket. This pattern works up so fast and the color changes take no effort on your part.
Big cozy cluster stitches add a touch of whimsy and fun to this soft blanket. You’ll want to bring this cuddly blankie along every time you leave the house with your baby or grandbaby.
Once you crochet a handmade blanket for the new baby in your life, take a look at these wonderful baby patterns to spoil him or her rotten!30+ Crochet Baby Patterns (Free!)
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What is your favorite super bulky yarn to crochet with? Tell us in the comments section below!
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