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  1. https://bluestarcrochet.com/chunky-crochet-cowl/ Super chunky crochet cowl that is the ultimate stashbusting project. I have used 4 strands of DK weight yarn to make this cosy cowl. However, this pattern will work for ANY weight yarn. You can combine different yarn weights together to make up 32-ply weight of yarn (4 x DK weight, 3 x 4-ply weight + 2 x aran weight, 1 x DK + 2 x chunky as an example) and the pattern will come out perfect! I have a handy -ply table on the blog to help you along combining your yarns!
  2. As quick crochet projects go, this chunky crochet t-shirt yarn basket was one of the quickest makes. Although I have two children, I managed to finish this basket in one day from start to finish. I started crocheting a circle for the bottom of my chunky crochet basket. I carried on working in round to create the sides until I ran out of yarn. For the sturdy leather handles I cut up my husband’s old belt (do not tell him that) and I was done. Free pattern at https://bluestarcrochet.com/crochet-t-shirt-yarn-basket/
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