Super Bulky Sweater Finished! (Azel Pullover)

Yeah, the super bulky sweater is finished! Now all we need is some Fall weather.  First time knitting with super bulky yarn and I must say it has it’s pluses and minuses for sure.  It was fast to knit up, always a big plus, and it kept me warm and snuggly in the cool air conditioning. I have small hands and the big (size 13) needles and bulky yarn made my hands tired, but not a deal breaker.

This was fun to knit though. It was one piece and then you add the cowl last.  I told my daughter she could unbutton it and use as an afghan. Check out the second picture below. The edging and the cowl are not a straight ribbing and I really like the way it looks.  The designer, Heidi May at The Velvet Acorn ( did a great job!  I also think it’s pretty cool the pattern comes in children and adult sizes.  A child size would knit up super fast. You can find the pattern on Ravelry just do a search for Azel Pullover.

The sweater has lots of ease to it so check out the finished dimensions to make sure it won’t be too big.  I also made this longer. The finished total length from front bottom to back bottom is 60 inches per my daughter’s request. I used 11 skeins of Hayfield Super Chunky with Wool yarn (100g/79 yards/skein).  It’s 80% acrylic and 20% wool.  I wanted it to be easy to wash and dry.  It washed and dried beautifully. I found some pretty wood buttons from Amazon to use. Check out the finished picture below.  This pattern is definitely going into the favorite stack.  🙂

This is so warm and snuggly, it will keep my daughter warm all winter. I am hoping she will send a picture of her wearing it. Hint, hint.

Until next time – Happy Knitting and Weaving….. Caroline

Azel Sweater Finished

azel sweater in progress

About Caroline

Hi! My name is Caroline and have been told I am a little obsessed with knitting and weaving. Statements I can't really deny. My husband is awesome and fully supports and occasionally enables my obsession. He has lots of great ideas for various knitting and weaving projects. No really and honestly he does have great ideas. We have 3 great kids and 2 dogs.
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