Premier® Bloom Chunky Yarn

64 reviews
$ 4.99

Choose color above to see how it looks worked up.

  • 12 colors
  • 100% Acrylic
  • 3.5 oz/100g, 100m/109 yds
  • #5 Bulky Weight
  • Machine wash warm-gentle, tumble dry low heat, do not bleach,do not iron, dry clean any solvent except Trichloroeyhlene
  • Crochet Gauge: 9 sc x 12 rows = 4", US Size L-11 (8 mm)
  • Knit Gauge: 11 sts x 15 rows = 4", US Size US Size 11 (8 mm)

*If you want closer to the floral pattern look, you will need to follow the recommended gauge.

Fun, functional, and fast, Bloom Chunky creates almost effortless colorwork with a self-patterning floral or dot print, at any gauge*, in knit or crochet. Ideal for beginners, machine-washable, and snuggly soft -  making it the perfect choice for quick and easy accessories and home decor for yourself or someone special.


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Karen K.
United States United States
Poncho pattern

Turned out great. The wrong color arrived but the company sent me the correct color immediately and I love it. It is very soft and the design worked up just as I wanted.

Kaye C.
United States United States
So fun

Keeps you knitting to see the commits change and the pattern to evolve.

United States United States
Pink Bloom

I love working with this yarn. It is as soft as advertised. I am making a poncho from a pattern provided. Very cute

United States United States
Love it!

This yarn is beautifully soft and knits up in a delightful pattern. When I finish this yummy lap blanket, I’ll definitely be ordering more.

Deborah M.
United States United States
Knitting hats for Charity and Grandkids

The hat pattern that is free on the Premier website for the Bloom Chunky Yarn was intriguing to me so I took a chance and ordered a few different colors to make hats for my five granddaughters. (I also make hats for my three grandsons.) The hats came out so cute and knit up so quickly I decided to order 20 more skeins to knit hats for little girls up north who don't have grandmas that knit and even figured out a new pattern to use up the extra yarn from each skein to make tiny infant hats. I hope to have every one of them done before the first cold day.

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