Looking for a great textured stitch? Bobble stitch tutorial!

I adore the bobble stitch: it’s such a great texture! I developed this stitch because I wanted a puff… but the traditional ‘popcorn stitch’ leaves a hole in your work that isn’t suited for amigurumi.

Salty the Crocodile from Crocheted Softies

The bobble stitch (bbl st) creates a puff… but by using the front loop of the previous round, creates a hole-less fabric just as plain single crochet would!

The Bobble Stitch: the video

Interested? Learn how to do it!

To view the video in a larger screen, press ‘play’, then click the square icon in the lower-right-hand corner of the dialog box!

Yarn: Vicky Howell Sheep(ish), color pink(ish)

Hook: Knitter’s Pride Dreamz

What do you think? Want to give it a try?

FreshStitches’ December Schedule

The holidays (and some really exciting FreshStitches events!) are fast approaching, so I wanted to take the time to remind you of the upcoming schedule:

Are you as shocked as I am that December is around the corner?

So, now’s the time to hop on those Kit Club and holiday orders!

One reply on “Looking for a great textured stitch? Bobble stitch tutorial!

  • Nicky

    This is a great stitch! I’ve used a version of it for toes on a yarn self-portrait before, but I love the way you used it for texture on the crocodile.
    I’m excited to give this way a try. Thanks!

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