Knitting Noodles

This time of year always inspires me to bring out my knitting needles to knit – especially now after I’ve discovered this new super-sized yarn. Chunky knits are not only a trend in sweaters and beanies, they have made there way to our homes. Spain based Knitting Noodles sells 100% merino wool yarn, crochet hook, and needles so that you can whip up some luscious and super soft goodies.

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(Knitting Noodles, $19 -$975; There are some some great chunky knit throws on Etsy for sale here, here and here)

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21 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh this looks so cozy! I would totally get into this.

    11.28.14
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  2. Love this! It’s so fun and seems easy compared for what it is! Thank you for sharing!

    11.28.14
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  3. Mun wrote:

    So so incredibly lush and inviting!!!

    11.29.14
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  4. Love it it’s wonderful will give a great cozy feeling to the house..
    xoxo
    Yael Guetta

    http://www.ftwwl.com

    11.29.14
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  5. Dimitra wrote:
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  6. Kathryn wrote:

    Ooh I could totally get into this! So interested!
    http://www.liquidgrain.co.uk

    11.29.14
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  7. Kymberli wrote:

    I absolutely love to knit and I love to use chunky yarn. This super chunky yarn is ah-mazing!!

    11.29.14
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  8. Jen wrote:

    That’s not really so much yarn as just pure wool top, like spinners use. It’s lovely stuff (though it will pill horribly).

    11.29.14
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  9. allison wrote:

    obsessed. i have to get my hands on all of these.

    11.30.14
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  10. Amy wrote:

    WOW. wANDERFUL ideas. It’s very improtat to be original Christmas time. I like handmade stuff since 14y. I make all presents by myself. This year i’m planning to decorate Christmas Tree with handmade stuff. I found one really rally nice ball, but not shure how to dit? any ideas? http://www.moterisirnamai.com/2013/11/kaledines-dekoracijos-is-sagu.html

    11.30.14
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  11. I loved the beanies you linked to above! Does anyone know how to make one? Is there a video anywhere? Thanks : )

    11.30.14
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  12. Yie wrote:

    I would love to snuggle under those knit blankets! The yarn really looks like noodles as well – they remind me of Japanese udon!

    12.1.14
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  13. Raquel wrote:

    I’ve been obsessed with knitting chunky things since completing my first coat a couple of weeks ago. Since then, I’ve been looking for sources for big fluffy yarn. Thanks for this!!

    12.4.14
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  14. I completely love this chunky knits. You have inspired me to have a go, thanks!

    12.6.14
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  15. Nicole wrote:

    How did you find the wool held up? Did it pill and snag?
    Thanks for any info you will offer. It’s quite an investment to not have the product stand up over time. I have wanted to crochet many items but it seems no one will answer these questions. Is it just a fad or will the item last.
    It sure is lovely. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Nicole

    7.26.15
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  16. Nicole wrote:

    Beautiful! How did you find the wool held up? Did it pill and snag?
    Thanks for any info you will offer. It’s quite an investment to not have the product stand up over time. I have wanted to crochet many items but it seems no one will answer these questions. Is it just a fad or will the item last.
    It sure is lovely. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Nicole

    7.26.15
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  17. Pedisource wrote:

    amazing work….!!!

    11.25.15
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