How to crochet the bobble stitch, a video tutorial by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio
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How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch

How to crochet the bobble stitch, a video tutorial by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio

What is a crochet bobble stitch?

A bobble stitch is the kind of puffy stitch you see in the photo above. It looks like a little ball that sits on top of your crochet fabric.

 

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Why would I want to use a bobble stitch?

Bobble stitches can be used to make some really stand-out texture on your project! You can use that texture to create a geometrical pattern, as I did, or to make words, or pictures that stand up off the background of your crochet project!

Lots of beautiful crochet projects use bobble stitches. I recently designed the “Dot-to-dot Cowl” using bobble stitches. This perfect cowl is made with three skeins of Red Heart Chic Sheep by Marly Bird.

Dot-to-dot Cowl, crochet cowl pattern with bobble stitches, pattern by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio

How do I make bobble stitches?

Thankfully, bobble stitches are not difficult to make. If you already know the single and double crochet stitches, you can make bobble stitches easily!

See my video below for the detailed instructions!

 

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Looking for other crochet tutorials? Look here:

How to crochet in a spiral.

The easiest way to join in a new skein of yarn!

Carry unused colors of yarn up the side of your project.

The half-double crochet stitch, how it’s done.

 

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Happy stitching!

April

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