What is SuperBulky yarn ?
SuperBulky yarn is used to create warm and cuddly chunky fabrics for your heaviest projects. Your stitches will pop out beautifully on this yarn, and you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment as the project progresses swiftly.The Craft Yarn Council rates this yarn as a #6 thick weight.
Before the introduction of jumbo yarn (#7), the largest yarn weight in the CYC system was SuperBulky. When compared to other types of yarn, Super Bulky is much heavier. It’s second-heaviest to only the jumbo yarn in terms of weight.
You can do just about anything with a thick yarn. There is a large range of fiber and texture options, so it’s best to shop around before making a final decision.
Benefits of SuperBulky yarn
SuperBulky yarn may be use to create a wide range of knitted and crocheted items. It’s ideal for making large decorative items like throw blankets, rugs, and floor pillows.
You may also make smaller knitted things like hats, mittens, and cowls. They will knit up quickly since the yarn is so thick.
For the colder months, a crocheted blanket made from extra-thick yarn is a welcome addition to any house and is a thoughtful present for anybody on your list.
To stay warm in the winter, you may also sew sweaters, cardigans, and ponchos.
In addition, if you’ve never tried hand knitting before but are curious about giving it a go. SuperBulky yarn is a great option because its strands are so thick . They make the process much less intimidating.
Recommended Knitting Needle and Crochet Hook Sizes for SuperBulky Yarn
Knitting needle sizes US9–US11 work well with bulky and chunky yarns, whereas US11–US17 work well with ultra bulky yarns. Knitting needle sizes for jumbo yarn range from US19 to US50 because of the yarn’s thickness.
Crochet hooks of 7-9 mm for bulky or chunky yarn, 10-12 mm for Super Bulky, and 15-16 mm for jumbo yarn are recommended.
You can find more about Yarn Weights from our other blog post