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DIY Chunky Afghan With Pom Poms

At the end of January I had hip surgery!  Which required me to be in bed for 2 weeks and on crutches for 6 week …..but I only made it to 5 weeks…I just couldn’t take it anymore.  I am a busy body, so the thought of being stuck in bed for 2 weeks straight worried me more then the surgery it’s self.  Plus at the time my baby was only 1 and had just started walking, thank heavens for family and friends who helped with my kids!  So I decided it would be a good time to start knitting again.  I had knitted in the past and I love the look of a chunky afghan.  This was the perfect DIY project for me while I was in bed.

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The trick to getting a chunky looking afghan is to use 20inch needles,  (You can buy the Knitting Needles Here) and thick yarn.  This yarn is 7.97oz.  My mom and I found this yarn at Micheal’s in their clearance section …. what are the chances right?

I just did a basic knitting stitch.  This afghan is 25 stitches across and laid out it covers the entire length of our king bed. I used 7 skeins of yarn.  Even with being on bed rest to knit this chunky afghan still took me a few weeks to complete.  But it was all worth it as this afghan adds the texture I was wanting for our bed!

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I had some left over yarn so I decided to put some pom poms on the edges.

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Do you want to add your own pom poms to the end of a blanket?

You will need:

  1. Yarn/Pom Poms
  2. Twine
  3. scissors

First you need to make your pom poms.  You can see my pom pom tutorial here

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Once you have your pom poms made you will run your twine through the center of your pom poms like this…


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And then you will attach them to the edge of your blanket, tie it on with double knots and cut off the excess twine….and there you have it!  Super easy.

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Happy knitting





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