Full of texture and fun, these bobble stitch patterns will inspire you to make something new this year! Whether you knit or crochet, there are several kinds of bobble stitches in both crafts that will have you swooning over the lovely textures and making the next addictive row!
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This sweet Bubble Stich Pixie Hat Knitting Pattern from Love Fibres has a classic vintage vibe that will sure to delight any parent and keep that babe’s head warm!
The Bubble Jumper Knitting Pattern from Happy Daze Knits is made with super bulky yarn like Lion Brand Collection 50/50 Yarn, which is 50% alpaca (so soft) and 50% soft wool. Doesn’t the texture of this sweater look so luscious!
The Popcorn Hat from OhLaLana Designs is an easy knitting pattern that comes in sizes newborn to adult so you can make matching adorable hats like these for the whole family!
You can also make a Bobbly Raglan Baby Sweater for your little one to match that adorable hat. This pattern from Shop Devin Swick is worked from the top-down, in the round and mostly in stockinette, so it works up quickly. A classic, simple design with fun pops of texture throughout!
Wondering what knitting needles I use? KnitPicks Interchangeables are my go to needles!
And now, for the crocheters! You defintely won’t be left out because there are PLENTY of bobble patterns for you! The Smarties Bobble Blanket Crochet Pattern from Melu Crochet is a bright and colourful textured blanket that would make a lovely baby gift idea for a special baby in your life. You’ll need DK yarn for this project. I would recommend KnitPicks Swish Yarn as an affordable superwash yarn in a wide variety of colours or KnitPicks CotLin (Cotton/Linen blend) which also comes in a wide variety of colours.
For a bobbly hat, check out the Posh Puffs Beanie Crochet Hat Pattern from Kathy’s Crochet Closet. This pattern uses worsted weight yarn (Lion Brand’s Feels Like Butta is so soft and cozy, but any worsted weight yarn will work!) and comes in 6 sizes: 0-3 months to adult so you can make puff beanies for the whole family!
The Bobble Throw Crochet Pattern from Modern Made Shop is a beautifully textured blanket that will surely bring a sense of luxury to any home, especially if you make it in the called-for yarn: Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca… sooooooo soft!
Need a set of crochet hooks? This Crochet Hook Set has everything you need to get started with crochet.
The Dyaman Blanket Crochet Pattern from DeBrosse NYC is a bobbly throw x 10! If you love that puffy texture and stitching up those bobbly stitches, you will love making this gorgeous modern diamond pattern in this lovely textured stitches! It pairs perfectly with the Labadee Pillow Pattern (a pattern I’ve been eyeing up for ages!).
Once you get the hang of those bobbles, you’ll see how fun they are to use with colours and shape them into gorgeous patterns, like this Bobble Galore Crochet Pattern from Little Duck Crochet.
Here’s another great example of using these puff stitches with colour to make a lovely baby blanket: the Heart Motifs Puff Stitch Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern from Peach Unicorn Designs would make a lovely gift for a Valentine’s baby! So adorable!
Crocheters shall not be left out of the sweater game: The Bobblicious Sweater Crochet Pattern from Kay Krochets is loaded with bobble stitches and features long dramatic sleeve ribbing and has a modest crew neckline. There’s also a child’s version of this sweater, so you can make matches for your mini-me!
If you have some Christmas spirit left or you just want to get a jump on next Christmas, check out this Crochet Bobble Stitch Christmas Tree Crochet Pattern from See Love Share. This pattern comes with three sizes, so you can make all three sizes for variety on your mantel or give the set as a lovely gift!
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