Hi crochet lovers.
So many of you have been requesting for the written pattern of the bobble stitch blanket and as you have noticed it took me a long time to write one.
But finally I've been able to sit and write the pattern for you guys, I have also updated the old video and posted the right hand version which you will find both of the links below.
This pattern is based on a blanket I made in the past, it is up to you to make it longer or shorter depends on the length and width you want to obtain.
I have to warn you though, that finishing this blanket is tough, you will have wrist pain and it will consume a lot of yarn, it is also a heavy blanket due to the bobbles, but it is worth it, the result is amazing, just look at the pictures and you will surely agree.
The photos are old, so they are not the best I have but the clearly show what you will obtain.
Material used for the project:
red heart soft yarn gray
red heart soft yarn pink
Crochet hook 6MM
scroll down for the pattern.
How to crochet the bobble stitch blanket.
sc: single crochet
sl st: slip stitch
bobble: *yarn over, insert the hook in the stitch, pull through, pull through 2, repeat * 5 times, pull through all 6 loops.
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Row1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc crochet in every ch.
Row2: ch1, *yarn over, insert your hook in the same stitch from ch2, work an incomplete dc, make 4 more incomplete dc, when you have 6 loops on your hook, pull through all loops, sc in the next stitch#, repeat from* till # until end of the row.
Row3: ch1, sc in every ch till end of the row.
Row 4: ch1, sc in the 1st st, *bobble in the next stitch, #sc in the next st, repeat from * to # till end of the row.
Row5: repeat row 3.
Row 6: Repeat row 2.
Row 7: Repeat row 3
Row 8: Repeat row 4
Keep alternating rows 2 and 4 to obtain the same look as in the pictures means the bobbles are not on top of each other but in the middle and between every bobble row is a single crochet row until you obtain the length you want, the best is to have 100 rows all in all for adult size.
Happy crocheting and don't forget to leave your comments below.
Bye for now.