- BeCozi chunky chenille yarn is soft and beautiful, It is about 2/3 inch thick, made from 100% polyester. It looks and feels very soft. It is great for blankets, it will be big and chunky but light and airy.
- 42 colors available
- 14 colors of Variegated Chunky chenille available too
Easy to take care: wash in cold water, gentle quick cycle with a full load of similar colors items.
Weight of one skein: about 8 oz
It is NOT 8 oz exactly, some skeins can be a bit over 8 oz, some a bit less.
Length: about 24 yards. Some labels say 28 yards: it is a mistake made by our supplier, each skein is about 24 yards
Great for hand or arm knitting or knitting with big needles
How much you will need:
(measurements are offered for medium tight knitting.For tighter knitting add one - two more skeins, depends how tight you knit)
A cowl/infinity scar: one skein
A long scarf: two skeins
Cat bed 16 in diameter: two skeins
Round pillow: one skein
Baby blanket 25x30 inches: three skeins - start with 16 stitches
Lap size throw 30x50 in: five skeins - start with 18 stitches
Medium size throw 40x60 in: seven skeins - start with 23 stitches
Large blanket 50x60 in: nine skeins - start with 28 stitches
King size bed runner 50x80 in: twelve skeins - start with 28 stitches
Calculate how much yarn you need for YOUR own blanket using a divider of 350:
A blanket 50x60: 50x60=3000 divide by 350 = 8.57 - 9 skeins
Please, buy enough to finish your project as another order might be from a different stock and have some color difference.
How to calculate how many stitches to cast on:
Divide the width of a blanket to make by 1.7. Example: you would like to make a blanket of 40 inches wide: 40/1.7=23 stitches to cast on
It is normal for chenille yarn to unravel on ends. To avoid unraveling, please, watch our video showing "How to connect chenille yarn" before starting your knitting project.
About 20-30% of all skeins might have a knot in the middle: it is normal and does not affect yarn quality.