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The 9 Coziest Chunky Knit Cardigan Patterns Ever

Chunky Knit Cardigan Patterns

Battle the chilly weather while wrapped up in some of the coziest chunky knit cardigan patterns.

Few knits say "cozy" like a chunky knit cardigan pattern. Perfect to wrap up in, these garments are lovely for a date night or just a casual, freezing-cold Saturday when you don't want to leave the house.

With all the bulky and super-bulky yarns available now, you can choose a chunky knit cardigan pattern that's thick and textured or you can go for a pattern that's lofty and basic. No matter what you choose, those bulky and super-bulky yarns will guarantee that you'll finish knitting the pattern quickly.

Battle the chilly weather while wrapped up in some of the coziest chunky knit cardigan patterns you'll find on Craftsy.

Aspen Cardigan Coat Knitting Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Jo Storie

1. Aspen Cardigan Coat

Double moss stitch and cable stitches make sure this cardigan has plenty of texture. The cables even twist in the back to create a unique shape unlike any other sweater you've ever knit. Since the cardigan has no buttons, you can belt it for a more cinched look.

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Twiggy Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Jane Richmond

2. Twiggy Cardigan

Channel your inner Twiggy when you don this quick knit. I love the collar options on this sweater.  You can unbutton it for a looser look or button it when you need some extra warmth around your neck. Pair this with your favorite T-shirt for a look that's comfy but still stylish.

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Midwinter Collar Knitting Pattern

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3. Midwinter Cardigan

This cardigan is stitched using a yarn that is bulky but still lofty. The gorgeous cable that lines the front panels of the cardigan also wraps around the neck, creating a little bit of extra warmth. This is another no-buttons cardigan that would look great when belted.

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Chunky Rib Cardigan Knitting Pattern

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4. Chunky Rib Cardigan

The simple construction of this sweater makes it a great first sweater for beginners who want to give garments a try. The pattern is one size fits all, so the fit isn't super important. You have the option of adding more buttons to the cardigan, if you'd like.

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Chunky Knit Moss Stitch Kids Sweater Knitting Pattern

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5. Chunky Moss Stitch Flower Cardigan

And you thought kids' sweaters were quick knits with worsted-weight yarn! This chunky cardigan works up in just a few hours thanks to the small size of the cardigan combined with the bulky yarn. This texture works well for baby boys and girls, since the flower is optional.

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Kelly Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Jo Storie

6. Kelly Cardigan

This cardigan sample was knit with Rowan Alpaca Chunky, a yarn that just makes me want to melt. The sleeves of this cardigan are fluted, so the fit is nice and easy. The cardigan uses several different stitches for texture, so you'll never be bored!

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Love This Cardigan Knitting Pattern

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7. Love This Cardigan

Look closely and you'll see that this cardigan has many personalities. A simple switch-up can take it from cardigan to vest to wrap depending on your chill factor. The pattern comes in five sizes so it's easy to get a cozy fit.

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Anne Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member knitchicgrace

8. Anne Cardigan

This cardigan has more negative ease than some of the other chunky cardigans featured here. It's designed as a chic topper that shows off the layer underneath it. If you don't want to use a button, the designer suggests a shawl pin as an alternative.

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Rockaway Cardigan Knitting Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Kristin Creates

9. Rockaway Cardigan

This buttonless cardigan is a real show-off when it comes to the lace back! This sample is knit with a bulky cotton that's ideal for summer nights, but you could substitute a bulky wool for a more winter-appropriate knit.

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3 Comments

Kathie Stephens

I look forward to your emails. We are limited in Columbia, SC, to fine yarn. Love your post! Thanks!

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Kathie Stephens

Thanks for bringing fine yarn to Columbia, SC.

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Michele

I’m in Columbia, too! Just moved back here from Cincinnati, OH and Asheville, NC before that. I’m in the need of a yarn fix and there’s not much near here. 🙁

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