This post will share the 5 giant yarn crochet projects that you can make quickly and easily with the patterns in my new ebook. Get ready for beautiful texture and fast results!
If you haven’t joined the giant yarn party, you need to. I’m a busy mom of 2 and I don’t have time to crochet much anymore. I usually have one naptime every once in a while to devote to a fun project to give as a gift or keep for myself. That means I needed a material that would work up faster than regular old Red Heart (no offense Red Heart- we all still love you!) and giant yarn is the answer to my pressed-for-time woes.
Giant yarn is super popular for good reason. It’s gorgeous, warm, and makes a statement whether it is a scarf, a baby blanket, a throw, or a basket.
It’s easy to work with, no teeny-tiny tangles that are impossible to unravel, and lots of projects can be made with NO HOOK. Hello, convenience crochet!
You also get a lot of impact for your dollar. Sure a giant ball of yarn may feel expensive at first- until you lift it up. You are getting a far better value, typically, when investing in high quality fiber in greater quantity.
Since diving hooks first into giant yarn, I have written several patterns in easy to understand plain English and I compiled them into an ebook.
In the 5 Giant Yarn Crochet Projects Ebook, you will learn how to make:
The felted yarn basket that you can crochet in under 2 hours. The yarn I recommend comes in TONS of dreamy colors and is sturdy and won’t pill. It is the definition of fashionable and functionable.
A giant yarn baby blanket. Imagine gifting the newest little one in your life a cozy blanket that didn’t take you forever to make!
A giant yarn scarf with the absolute best giant yarn for a blanket or scarf or anything that will touch your skin. This stuff is dreamy, Wildlfowers.
The extreme size end-of bed throw that you’ve seen all over Pinterest plus pro tips for working with the fiber.
A super textural, luxury blanket copycat in thick and thin yarn that is grownup and gorgeous. It looks hard to work with and that’s the best part; it’s super simple.