Crochet Bobble Stitch Patterns

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I love how easy it is to create texture with the crochet bobble stitch. The bobble stitch is very simple to crochet. It uses double crochet stitches to create its puffy texture.

To see a step-by-step photo tutorial for the bobble stitch please view this post (it includes a free pattern too): Bobble Stitch Cowl Pattern

In essence, the bobble stitch is made by crocheting a dc4tog, but instead of making the dc4tog across 4 stitches as a decrease stitch, we make it all in one stitch. See the tutorial here. You can also make the bobble using a dc5tog, or even larger bobbles with more stitches.

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Bobble-licious Pillow Pattern - Free Pattern Friday

Bobble-licious Pillows by Patons

These beautiful textured Bobble-licious Pillows are available from Yarnspirations. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook. The finished pillows measure approximately 20 inches square.

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Bobble Chevron Striped Blanket Free Pattern Friday

Bobble Chevron Striped Blanket

The Bobble Chevron Striped Blanket pattern is available from Yarnspirations. You will need Super Bulky Weight Yarn [6] and an 8 mm (L) hook for this project. The finished blanket measures 50 inches X 59.5 inches in size.

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Chevron Bobble Tote - Free Pattern Friday

Chevron Bobble Tote Bag

The Chevron Bobble Tote Bag was designed by Jennifer Middleton. It is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4 mm (G) and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook. The finished bag measures 10 inches X 2.5 inches X 10 inches (not including the strap).

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Blackberry Salad Striped Afghan - Free Pattern Friday

Blackberry Salad Striped Baby Blanket

The Blackberry Salad Striped Baby Blanket was designed by Tamara Kelly. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook for this project.

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Deer Wall Hanging Bobble Stitch - Free Pattern Friday

Deer Stag Wall Hanging

This Deer Stag Wall Hanging was designed by Kinga Erdem at My Hobby is Crochet. This beautiful wall hanging is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook. The finished project measures 52 cm X 53 cm (without the fringe).

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Luxe Bobbles Throw - Free Pattern Friday

Luxe Bobbles Throw

The Luxe Bobbles Throw was designed by Jessica Reeves Potasz. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 6.5 mm (K) hook. The finished blanket measures 34.5 inches X 30 inches (or 34.5 inches X 60 inches).

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Winterberry Throw Free Pattern Friday

Winterberry Throw

This pretty Winterberry Throw was designed by Divine Debris. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook. The afghan square measures 7 inches X 7 inches and the blanket measures 49 inches X 50 inches.

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Bobbly Flower Mandala - Free Pattern Friday

Bobbly Flower Mandala

This beautiful Bobbly Flower Mandala was designed by Mad Blanketer. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook for the project. The finished project measures 7.5 inches.

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Bobble Stitch Dishcloth

Bobble Stitch Dishcloth

Make this fantastic Bobble Stitch Dishcloth with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. the finished project measures 5.5 inches X 5.5 inches in size.

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Bobble Kerchief - Free Pattern Friday

Bobble Kerchief

This lovely Bobble Kerchief was designed by Maria Bittner. You will need DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 4 mm (G) hook to make this project.

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2 Comments

  1. I love working with bobbles. I didn’t realize you had this selection of ideas. Thanks.

  2. THANKS for sharing this! I love the bobble stitch. I think it makes the prettiest designs without being hard to follow. I work in things like this when I need a brain-rest from complicated things!