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How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch + 22 Bobble Stitch Patterns

Learn how to work the textured crochet bobble stitch today!

Updated May 01, 2018
How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch  22 Bobble Stitch Patterns

What is a bobble stitch? The bobble stitch is a combination of four double crochet stitches or half double crochet stitches in the same stitch, but when you work it, you leave each double crochet stitch incomplete without pulling through the last stitch. You then link them together at the end.

Learn the stitch and then check out the patterns on this page, How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch + 22 Bobble Stitch Patterns. The crochet bobble stitch really is a neat stitch that can be used in a lot of projects. The crochet bobble stitch really is a neat stitch that can be used in a lot of projects.

This stitch is much like the popcorn stitch in that it adds dimension and texture making it a fun crochet pattern to put together. Make an afghan pattern using bobbles and you'll have a heavy and warm crochet afghan blanket for the winter. This crochet stitch is also perfect for baby items as they love the texture!

Feeling a bit confused or need a refresher on the bobble stitch? Don't worry because you can check out our video below. Just keep in mind the videos is on how to crochet a bobble stitch left-handed, so righties, just reverse the directions. If you'd prefer written instructions, take a look at the section below.

How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch

How To Crochet The Bobble Stitch

If the video above isn't enough, then take a look at these simple instructions or one of the tutorial links below. To create a bobble crochet stitch with three double crochet stitches:

1. Yarn Over (YO), insert hook in next stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops.
2. (YO, insert hook in same stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops) two times
3. YO, and draw through all loops on hook.
 
NoteKnow that when you're bobbling, the bobbles will show on the right side of your work and you're actually working on the wrong side, so when you flip it over you will see your beautiful work.

Bobble Stitch Crochet Scarves And Hats

Mulberry Bobble Scarf

Cold weather gear doesn't have to look dull! With the crochet bobble stitch, you and your family can look fashion-forward and stay warm.

Use this intricate stitch to crochet hats and scarves that will help you brave the elements.

Many of these crochet patterns are easy to make, too, so you could create new gear over the weekend. Nothing looks better than a scarf or hat that has lots of fun texture.

 The image shown here is for the Mulberry Bobble Scarf. It's ultra warm because the construction is all bobbles. Make this for yourself to wear in the upcoming cold weather or give it as a gift to someone else to stay warm.
 

Cuddle-Worthy Crochet Bobble Stitch Afghans And Granny Squares

Lego Block

If you love spending free time cuddled under a blanket while binge-watching your favorite TV show, then you need to make a crochet bobble stitch blanket!

With their beautiful designs and unique style, these crochet blankets will look cute adorned on your favorite couch. Or your kid's room with something like this LEGO Block.

You can also create a number of crochet granny squares using the bobble stitch for a truly unique look. Be sure to look at all of the patterns below to see.

If you think scarves made with the bobble stitch are warm, just wait until you experience a bobble stitch crochet blanket pattern. Afghans and granny squares are ideal for bobble stitch crochet.
 

Accessorize With The Bobble Stitch

Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs

Add some glam and flair to your everyday outfits when you incorporate the bobble stitch in your accessories, like the Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs that are shown here.

Purses, bags, and so many other items will have a unique and textured look that is anything but ordinary.

The following crochet patterns are just what you need to make your outfits complete. Just click the links to see for yourself!

If you want a smaller project that uses up some of your extra yarn, then try using the bobble crochet stitch. These bobble stitch patterns all involve wearables with fun textural features thanks to the bobble.
 

What do you plan to make with the crochet bobble stitch?

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I absolutely love the bobble stitch. I have used it on a variety of items. Purses, blankets and scarves. They make lovely borders and add a pretty touch. The stitch itself is very simple. It's just pull up a loop, over and over and then pull the yarn thru. The size of the bobble depends on the number of loops.

can you ask mickey or the allfreecrochet people to make a beginner sweater tutorial

how many chains did mikey crochet

Hi kaiisawesome, This video just explains how to crochet the bobble stitch. Your starting chain depends on the pattern, and the pattern will always tell you how many chains to begin with. Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Fpdc means = front post double crochet

What does the abbreviation "Fpdc" mean..

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