This collection of bobble stitch crochet patterns features some really great projects! I love them all!
Bobble stitches are really neat! They are easy to do, and can make such an impact because of their stand out texture! If you’ve never learned how to work a bobble stitch, have no fear, there is a video for that!
See my Bobble Stitch tutorial here!
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Here are the details about each crochet project, including where to find the pattern!
This wonderful cowl is “All the Colors Cowl,” by Rhondda Mol of Oombawka Design. This project takes 1 entire ball of Caron Cakes to crochet. You can make this to any size, even a blanket!
This is Diagonal Bobbles Clutch by Marie Segares of Underground Crafter! This sturdy, textured clutch is simple to crochet and makes an elegant accessory. Customize the look by using different sizes or shapes for the button.
The “Bits and Bobbles Sweater” is designed by Jerica Tompkins of Yarn Hook Needles. It’s a relatively simple 4 panel design so most beginners should be able to make it!
Isn’t this such a cute idea?! This “Building Blocks Crochet Backpack” is by Tamara Kelly of Moogly. The Building Blocks Crochet Backpack is a simple pouch with a set of drawstrings that close up the top and double as the straps. Made with kid-friendly acrylic so it will stand up to all the fun!
My very own “Dot to Dot Cowl” is next in the round up! The bobble stitches make this great geometric pattern on this cowl that is so nicely–sized and warm! Made in Red Heart Chic Sheep yarn!
Next we have “Oasis Blanket” by Shehla Ahmed of The Blue Elephants. This crochet baby blanket pattern is perfect for stash busting a stroller blanket! It’s easy, fun and the bobbles are great for little hands to hold.
Love the interesting bobble stitch handle on this bag! This is “The Bobble Tote” from Ginger Knots. This crochet tote is made to bring your WIPs with you. It hooks on to your forearm so you can carry your working yarn in the tote and work on the go! Use super bulky size 6 yarn for the full size or worsted weight for a super small size. Pick two colors and start working!
I love this unique bag as well! This is “Chevron Bobble Tote Bag” by Jennifer Pionk of A Crocheted Simplicity. This tote bag was designed as part of the 2018 Bobble Blog Hop. Bobbles are on trend this year and lots of fun to crochet & wear. Add this stylish tote to your collection today!
And last, but not least, is “The XOXO Slouch Hat,” by Kelsie Weeks of Crafting for Weeks. This cute hat for adults is available as a free pattern on Kelsie’s blog. The paid version offers instructions in sizes 12 months to adult.
And there you have it! Nine fantastic crochet patterns that use the unique, textured, wonderful bobble stitch!
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