Crochet Bobble Stitch Rug Free Patterns

There’s a reason that everyone is loving this Crochet Bobble Stitch Rug and we have a fabulous free pattern as well as a helpful video tutorial to show you how. View now.

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Bobble Crochet goes way back! Don’t you remember bedspreads and blankets made out of this popular stitch. Everyone’s Nana had a creation of some sort using this popular old fashioned stitch.

Today we’re sharing an assortment of gorgeous ideas that you won’t want to miss and plenty of free patterns included too!

via Moogly Blog

Don’t you love that wonderful chunky texture that comes with the Bobble Stitch. You can even make sweaters using this technique.

We’re sure you will find a number of different ways to include this in your projects. There are many options.

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How To Crochet Bobble Stitch Video

We have included a video tutorial to show you how to Crochet the Bobble Stitch from Moogly. It is easy to follow and we highly recommend that you view so you can learn the technique. This is the very stitch that is used in the featured Blackberry Salad Afghan that we have included further down our post. Click Play above ^

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It’s perfect for creating stripes and patterns and you can use them in solid way or as a finishing touch like the gorgeous rainbow blanket that we have featured below.

Still on the Moogly Blog, this Blackberry Salad Afghan Blanket uses DC5tog, otherwise known as Double Crochet 5 together. Bobble stitches are worked from the “wrong side” – meaning they pop out away from you as you work.

They are worked much like a dc dec, but all into the same stitch. To dc5tog, work 5 dc all into the same stitch, leaving the last loop unworked on the hook each time. When you’ve got 6 loops on the hook, yarn over and pull through all 6 sts. Work tightly here, and as soon as you make the next (sc) st, the bobble should pop right out on the other side of your work! You can find all the details and free pattern on Moogly Blog here.

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Bobble Stitch Rainbow Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

We have some other fabulous patterns like the ones featured above in our additional post too. You can find the details here

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This beautiful Crochet Rainbow Blanket is from Look At What I Made and we love the cable and bobble stitch combination. You can find the details here

We also have a very popular Crochet Strawberry Stitch Post that we are sure you will love. This is similar to the bobble stitch and is perfect for purses and blankets. Find the details here

Crochet Bobble Beanie Beards Free Patterns in child, toddler and adult size

Another fun idea that you won’t want to miss which incorporates the Crochet Bobble Stitch are these fun Bobble Beard Beanies. You can get the free patterns here

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