Friday, 6 December 2013

Crochet Stitch Pattern - Bobble Stitches

The bobble stitches are very simply to insert into your work.
It gives texture to your work.
Please read forward the instructions.

A bobble is a group of 4 or 5 dc worked in the same stitch, leaving the last loop of each stitch on the hook, yarn over and draw a loop through all 5 or 6 loops on the hook (the secure loop).
Remember to crochet bobble stitch on the wrong side of your work, because the bobble puffs to the back (in front of the work).
So next row you will not crochet the bobble stitch, but you will work sc or other simple stitch across the entire row (be sure to stitch into the securing loop of bobble from previous row).

Here is a link with a free pattern of a scarf that I made it using the bobble stitches motif:

The abbreviation:
Chain stitch (ch)
Single crochet, (sc), US
Double crochet, (dc), US

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