Bobble Stitch Tutorial


Bobble Stitch Tutorial

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Bobble Stitch Tutorial
Bobble Stitch Tutorial

Add some funky dimension to any crochet project with the help of this Bobble Stitch Tutorial. Also known as the puff stitch, this crochet stitch is unique and fun. If you can do single and double crochet, then you can do the crochet bobble stitch. If you have a lot of yarn that you want to use up, consider doing the bobble crochet stitch because it's quite the "wooleater." Because of the amount of yarn that it takes for just one of the bobbles, it takes a lot to create a full pattern.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love this Bobble Stitch Tutorial. She shows how to make it step by step with great pictures and a beautiful cat too. I have tried making a wash cloth years ago using the bobble stitch, but found that the bobble would just fall in. So I wasn't doing it right. With this tutorial I tried it and made a small dish cloth using the bobble stitch, using cotton yarn and it worked out great and the bobbles stay up and don't fall in. This will make a great dirt grabber. I can't imagine how much yarn this stitch would take to make a afghan or even a small baby blanket. I'll be making some more dish cloths using this stitch now that I know how to do the second row and so forth. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.


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