Baby Bubbles Crochet Afghan Pattern


Baby Bubbles Crochet Afghan Pattern


Baby Bubbles Crochet Afghan Pattern

This beautiful Baby Bubbles Crochet Afghan Pattern has such an innocent look with the multi-colored yarn. The cluster stitch makes such a great texture in the soft yarn, so baby will be mesmerized by the feeling for hours. You can work up this adorable afghan for yourself or as a great baby shower gift. Any new mom would definitely treasure this homemade baby blanket for years to come. The variety of colors in this blanket make it great for both baby boys and girls.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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For the cluster stitch in this pattern do I chain 1 after each cluster stitch? The video shows a chain stitch but a chain stitch is not indicate in the instructions.

I think i'm reading the pattern right but I've not been crocheting long so I might not be. It seems to read as though you do the ch 104 in white, then rows 1, 2 and 3 in white? Then switch to pink for 4 and 5, then back to 2 and 3 for white etc until the colour sequence is done 7 times. Please correct me if I'm wrong. The bit that's actually confusing me the most is row 2 where it says right side. Row one is a ch 1, turn at the end, if you turn you automatically end up on the wrong side so how can it be done on the right side after the turn unless you are expected to switch to left handed crocheting, I'm right handed and have only just got the hang of that

Cute afghan and very colorful. Directions are a little confusing at first and I had to reread them several times to put the instructions in order in my head. I think this pattern would be very confusing to a beginner, but hopefully not turn them off of reading patterns. Tough one.

I think the gauge is wrong on this pattern. 3 CL and four SC = 2" with an H hook??? I even went to a G hook and still only got it down to 2.5" when trying to get the gauge.

I absolutely love this! Im confused though....I chained 104, I did row 1 and row 2 in for rows 3 and 4 do I change color and use pink? Also, after row 5 do I start over with row 1 or start with row 2? Thank you!

I am reading the pattern as row 1, then 2, 3, 4 and 5, but I see that every 2 rows is a different color, can you clarify please

If i want to make it bigger what is the number of the set I should use?

Would love to make this but unless I'm blind I couldn't find how many chains to start with. Can some one help me out?

It is located at the end of Color Sequence: * 2 rows Color A, 2 rows Color B, 2 rows Color A, 2 rows Color C, 2 rows Color A, 2 rows Color D, 2 rows Color A, 2 rows Color E, rep from * for sequence. Color A can be carried up the length of afghan. With A, ch 104. I hope this helps :-)

Thank you so much Tina. Guess I didn't read directions very well. LOL

This "Baby Bubbles" baby afghan is so precious, but I can't get it to download. Can you help me?

To Member 4683087 - Ladybug Afghan Lovely pattern in Leisure Arts "snug as a bug" book #3100 by Anne Halliday. Contact me ( and I will send you a photo copy of pattern. Ms Crochet

this is a very lovely a afghan. would you know if anyone has a pattern with ladybugs on it. my granddaughter loves ladybugs.

how long will it take to make this blanket Kendall gross


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