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9/11/12

Crochet With Me: Bobble Blanket


It is the perfect time of the year to start a crocheted blanket! Fall is about to start and winter will be here soon too. I started this multi-colored bobble blanket after seeing Katy showing off her bobble stitch on Instagram. I immediately had to know what these kitschy little colorful balls were and how to make them. I am in love! I think they look like little pom poms and seeing my multi-colored blanket grow has brought me so much joy! I got a few requests on Instagram for a pattern so I decided to share my progress and invite you to join me. So come on in and crochet with me!


You will need:
Worsted weight acrylic yarn in different colors
Crochet hook I/5.50MM
Yarn needle
Scissors


I made up this pattern so bear with me if I goofed up somewhere! You may be more experienced than me so feel free to improve on my directions if you decide to make a blanket. The basic idea of this blanket is to bobble stitch and single crochet all the way across with a row of single crochets in between. To make your bobble offset rather than stacked on top of each other, add an extra single crochet on both ends of every other bobble stitch row. So you will have one less bobble in every other row. Confused? Feel free to comment me with questions and I will do my best to help. You can also watch this video to learn how to bobble stitch. My bobble stitch includes a single crochet in the next stitch to finish it, like in the video.

Pattern:
Chain 187 (or any odd number depending on desired width)
Row 1: In the second chain from the hook, bobble crochet (dc5tog) all the way across. Chain 1. Turn.
Row 2: In the second chain from the hook, single crochet in both loops all the way across. Bind off. Leave a tail to weave in later.

Row 3: Using a new color, slip knot onto the hook and put the hook in the last loop of row 2 and pull through. Chain 1. Turn. In the second chain from the hook, single crochet. Bobble crochet (dc5tog) until there is 1 stitch left. Single crochet in the last stitch. Chain 1. Turn.
Row 4: In the second chain from the hook, single crochet in both loops all the way across. Bind off. Leave a tail to weave in later.

Row 5: Using a new color, slip knot onto the hook and put the hook in the last loop of row 4 and pull through. Chain 1. Turn. Bobble crochet (dc5tog) all the way across. Chain 1. Turn.
Row 6: Repeat rows 2 through 5 until your blanket is big enough! In your final row, you will skip the last step of  "chain 1 and turn" and bind off instead. You can also start and end with a row of single crochet but I liked how it looked like the bobbles were floating and it's just how I ended up doing it.
Weave in all your ends.

Tips:
I am a tight hooker! I try to always make my loops the same size as the diameter of my hook, so that it is snug but big enough to get my hook back through my work. This means that I pull on my yarn a little when it is on the hook. This takes practice! For the dc5tog, I crocheted a little more looser and pulled up a bit and crocheted tighter as I got to the last double crochets in the bobble stitch. If your bobbles look too loose, practice being a tight hooker on making a bobble potholder first by scaling down the pattern.


I haven't used the same color twice yet and have been alternating between warm and cold hues. I have a big yarn stash from when I used to make owl amigurumi. Plus I have thrifted some bright colors and received some donations from a friend's stash. I will eventually start repeating my color pattern. You can make your own color pattern or use up your stash like me!


The blanket is very thick and lush!


I am waiting until I am finished to weave in my ends.


I hope you enjoyed my progress so far! I added a link up to this post so you can share if you started a bobble blanket too. I would love to see!

- Rachele

145 ♥ COMMENTS ♥:

Karen Williams said...

This is amazing.  If I hadn't already started on a granny square blanket, I would so do this!

Amanda Rose said...

I truly aspire to one day make this bobble blanket! It's too cute!

Blue Eyed Night Owl said...

This is beautiful!!! And I love how solid it seems. Do you think that (with the right yarn) it would make a nice rug too?

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Christina said...

Love the bobble blanket!  I'm going to have to find some more yarn to participate.  I love your color choices!

LO_TS said...

I love the popcorn crochet stitch!

Amy Maher said...

Absolutely stunning result! I would love to make one of these blankets one day :-) You are such an inspiration and I love your colour choices :-)

Amy x

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Zalika03 said...

aww.. this is soo adorable..

Jenn Ovenshire said...

I may just have to try this. I've been crocheting like crazy the last couple weeks and I've been thinking that I'd like to make a blanket for us this winter. This is just super cute!

sian said...

i really love this but think it might be beyond me!x

Rachele said...

I thought about that too! I wouldn't like stepping on it and making it dirty but maybe bathroom rugs would be good. It is certainly thick enough!

Rachele said...

It sounds really complicated but it isn't that bad! I can watch TV and work on this. I might try to make a how-to video if that helps too.

cb said...

wow it is amazing looking! i love the texture of it so much. i don't think i have seen anything like that before. how much more do you have till your done?
xo,
cb

Brenda Boylan said...

Love the look of this, I have never tried a blanket with this stitch.  I was looking for a good project to work on that didn't require too many steps.  I also love the idea of using different colors for each row, I have so many left over skeins from other projects, this is a perfect way to use them up.  Thanks for sharing this project!

One tip I would give is when giving the instructions for each row, put the stitches bobble crochet (dc5tog) then single crochet in parentheses so people know to repeat the stitches.
So it would say (bobble crochet (dc5tog), single crochet) to end.
Actually the actual bobble crochet stitch includes the single crochet so unless you want to add another single crochet stitch you can just say (bobble crochet stitch) to end.

Thanks again!

Brenda Boylan said...

One more tip, I added a row of sc on top of the chain, just because it is easier to work the bobble stitch off that.

Rachele said...

I was confused about that. I saw it both ways when I looked up instructions for dc5tog. I think I will try to clarify that step. Thanks!

Rachele said...

I thought about that too! I sort of like how it looked without it, like floating bobbles. 

Rachele said...

Probably not even a quarter of the way done. Eep! So many more bobbles to make...

Brenda Boylan said...

It does look really cool with the floating edge!

Becky Bedbug said...

That is amazing! I wish I could make something like that. It's beautiful!


Beckyxx

Cosmia said...

Oh wow, I LOVE IT!!! I've wanted to learn crochet for so long (I'm a knitter..) Would this be ok as a first project or would it be too tricky?

Aimee Katherine Guest said...

Ah cool!! I must learn how to do these kinds of things! 

Elpoo said...

I want to do this! This is so fun.

Elizabeth said...

Super pretty! I wished I own something so colorful :]

Melissa Lambino said...

I LOVE this. All the colors look great together. I've been using this stitch to make short cowls for my shop. 

donna goat said...

garh! its bloody amazing!

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Tara said...

Wow, I cannot believe how fast you are! It looks fantastic. You are making me want to learn to crochet!

Brenda Boylan said...

I have a question about the single crochet stitch: I figured out after a few attempts that you were putting the five dc stitches in one space, are you also putting the sc in the same stitch.  I can't figure out why my bobbles are so stretched out and yours look so tight.

Rachele said...

Sorry about the confusion! I'm put it in the next stitch like in the video. So I yarn over and pull through the six loops on the hook. Then put sc in the next stitch. I make it nice and snug and kind of have to push the bobble out and down to reach it.

Ladydrakos62 said...

I've been looking for an easy pattern to use some of my extensive yarn stash think i will try this it looks great i'd like to give you one suggestion.
To prevent having all those ends to weave in when you get to the end of a row draw up a loop of your new yarn when finishing your last stitch,(when completeing your last stitch of the row the last time you yarn over for that last stitch, that yarn over should be your new color) you will still have and end but you can cut the yarn shorter and work it in as you crochet the next row.
Love your blanket can't wait to see the finished project!

carly worrell said...

beautiful x

KnittedFox said...

Oh my goodness!  This looks so lovely and snuggly (the best qualities of a blanket imo).  I've always wanted to crochet a blanket for myself (I've knitted a few but never crochet).  Are you on Ravelry at all?  

Sarah said...

Help!! Row 3 bobbles are way bigger than my row one bobbles... And all stretched out. What am I doing wrong?!

Nobodyputssarah said...

Figured out what I was doing wrong!!! Thank goodness!! =) 

Nobodyputssarah said...

I  figured out what I was doing wrong last time!!! And now I'm linked!!! =) Hopefully I get this right! Your blanket is so freakin' cool!! =) Keep up the good work, lady! Xoxo, Sarah

Alycia said...

woah that looks so incredibly super warm! it looks great :)

zombot5 said...

This looks so neat and comfy and colorful and warm! If I was any good at crocheting, this would be an amazing project. Good job!

Izza A said...

Wow! I love making one soon but I just don't know how to create  blankets . Thanks for sharing your work. 

Janet Lopez said...

You know, I've always wanted to crochet but have never had the time. I think I wanna give it a try now. (: This looks like such a cute project.

Rachele said...

I didn't either, but I figured it out :)

Rachele said...

I am so glad you figured it out! I have to watch youtube videos or else I am easily confused.

Rachele said...

I think I am...I go on there and look for ideas sometimes but I don't ever post in there or participate. I should though!

Rachele said...

I figured that out! But I started it this way and I am never sure what color I am going to use next and like to finish it. Sort of weird I know. Next time I will do it right :)

Rachele said...

Now if I can just keep up the pace! The cat scratched my finger and I haven't been working on it lately. I need to teach you :D

Rachele said...

Adorable idea!

Rachele said...

It might be a little tricky. But If you knit and watch the youtube video, I am sure you could pick it up.

Mayzie Hart said...

so cute, and such a great way to use up a stash! thanks a lot for the pattern. i just finished my first granny blanket and it feels weird to not have a yarn pile next to me on the couch. i have my next blanket all mapped out but i'm not ready to jump into another big project... i think bobble potholders are in my future!

Melissa said...

Seriously, this is the cutest yarn destashing blanket I have ever seen! I have never tried a bobble stitch, but it looks easy enough. I can't wait to give it a try. Thanks for the great pattern. :)

Kaylitton06 said...

I have a huge yarn stash and this looks like the perfect way to use it up! :)

Scflower said...

I LOVE this!!! This will be my fall/winter project! Thank you!!

Cmcitak said...

Fantastic blanket! I have just one question. My large swatch is curling in on itself like crazy. Should I expect the same thing with the blanket? Will I have to block this beast at the end of it all?

Rachele said...

I didn't have that problem until I started making the blanket and had a very long row. It curled like a big curly q but it straightened out as I kept working. Now that my blanket is bigger I don't think I will need to do any blocking. It lays pretty straight. But I will let you know as I get further into the project!

Cmcitak said...

 Excellent. It looks great in the finished pic, but I am using wool instead of acrylic and was a wee bit concerned. Thanks!

TLCTrendaLea said...

Great Pattern and beautiful blanket.  Thanks for taking the time to share.

Clair said...

I made a bobble stich blanket for my nephew, a few months ago! Never again, I'm a really slow hooker! But I put a row of hdc inbetween rows of bobble stich and alternated between rows of 6 sc between bobbles and 4 (does that make sense) Yours is lovely! Just love the texture!

Cindy said...

I so want to make this, as a fellow Oregonian I will be using it whilst watching it rain.

Janie said...

I want to do this one as soon as possible. Thank you for sharing.

Vanessa Barrera said...

Hi:) Do you loop though the next stitch like the video says to?

Rachele said...

Yes I do! So when you have 6 loops on the hook, yarn over and pull through. Then sc in the next stitch, then start another dc5tog in the next stitch.

Michelle Clement said...

Oooh - I love this! The little bobbles look so touchable! :) Great rainbow-ey colors, too!

Alessandra said...

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thank you for sharing!!!
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Judy Hartzell said...

beautiful! Am excited to make this afghan!

Janice McDaniel Kalish said...

Love your blog & your message :)

Teresa W Mason said...

so cool! lovely colors! I love that you showed a picture of how the blanket looks on the backside. I'm so doing this to use up my stash!

m.davidson said...

why weave in the ends? make a fringe.

Janet said...

I just saw this and I love it - but I didn't see any reference to a sc . so, you dc5tog, then sc in next stitch all the way across? So there is a sc in between each bobble? Thanks.

Mitzy Hileman said...

I have a Leisure Arts Leaflet #335 with a copyright from 1984 that has this pattern in it called "Stained Glass" which looks exactly like your pattern.

Janet said...

OK - i'm answering my own question! I found the reference to the sc in the description, but not in Row 1. Thanks. I'm starting this and it looks great!

Rachele said...

Sorry! I am not a very experienced pattern writer so you kinda have to interpret my language :)

Bonnie McEachern said...

I can't wait to start this!! Other bobble patterns I've tried, the bobbles are wishy washy - these are real ones! lol It does seem like a pattern you could crochet over the ends as you go?

Erica said...

The texture in this throw is amaszing. I can totally imagine getting all snuggled up and cozy in it. I really love the alternating warm and cool colors too. Saving this one to my to-do list!


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Anonymous said...

I love this and really want to make one. Is there a video on this some where? Tks

Sarah Evans said...

I can't believe I missed this! I am off to watch the video and see if I can make sense of it at all. I don't understand written patterns at all I'm afraid! Maybe once I see the stitch I'll get the hang of it.


It looks so cool though!


Sarah @ A Cat-Like Cusiosity

Kristin Rauch said...

This looks so cute! I think I am going to have to make one. :) Thanks so much for sharing the awesome tutorial!

Amalie Petry said...

Have you or any one else tried doing this in circular crocheting? It could be kind of cute too.

Jen said...

I started my bobble blanket yesterday and I just love it. I am into the third row of bobbles and noticed that its getting shorter on the one end. What am I doing wrong?

gracie said...

That is a thing of great beauty indeed!

Nessbow said...

I finished my bobble blanket yesterday! It's ginormous and I adore it. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern.

FleurBelge said...

Very lovelly plaid.
I have pinned your blog on my Pinterest lnks border.
I wanted to see what is the motif,
but..as you write your pattern ,( it is generous of you)

for us international crochet lovers,

a diagramm should be easyer to undersatnd and follow.
Please could you name me this point,
so that I see where to find it teh totu and diagram?
..; and also..how do you change coulors while stille crochet .
.it is such a great work you have done, !

Bravo !

Merci beaucoup
Fleurbelge 63 years old from Belgium.

Debra said...

I was wondering if that would make a nice bath matt if made from cotton?

Anonymous said...

This is Stunning, I am going to attempt to use up all my scraps and see if that works well...i have a TIP for anyone willing to try it....when, on ANY crochet project, in making that finishing edge, crochet "backwards", so if you crochet from right to left....try left to right, it makes a beautiful edging...i have used this TIP many times and its fun and esy...anyway thanks for this beautiful project

Denise Steenbok

Rosana Oliveira said...

It wiil be my new year project! Beatifull!!!!! ;)

Cecilia Berlén said...

Vídeo!!!! Thanks desde Buenos Aires.Feliz año nuevo.

Valerie Cook said...

i dont always come to blogs so if u can answer me back at my facebook page i would appreciate it but my question is this what size to do this pattern for infant i have a grandbaby coming in july and would love to make this one...any help much appreciated....Valerie Cook

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Arte Friki said...

Wow, adorable, love it ♥

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Heidi said...

Love, love, LOVE!!! I just saw it on Ravelry and raced over! What is the dimension--do you have an approximation? THANKS for the great inspiration.

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Kelsey said...

Do you have a video of how to do this?? I think it is adorable, but I feel like I need to see a video to get started.

Stephanie Plum said...

is there a video im not good with reading patterns either im confused...

Stephanie Plum said...

im doing something wrong it started out normal then by row 3 the rows are shrinking its not all the same length and i havent changed any stitches what am i doing wrong ?

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jams! said...

just learned the stitch last night and i love your blanket. and you!

Stephanie said...

Rachele,

I think your blog is AMAZING! What a great thing you have going here! I have a question about the bobble blanket pattern. My cousin and I are doing a CAL with your bobble blanket, but ran into some sticky parts so I re-worked the pattern to help us. Would you mind if I posted the re-worked pattern on my blog and linked it to yours as another reference point for everybody? Or I could send you the re-worked pattern and you could post it on this page? It's a great pattern! But, MAN, my hands are tired! =)



Stephanie
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Carmel's Closet said...

Loving this Rachele! Thank you for sharing. Carmel x

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shauna said...

This is so neat. I love learning new stitches. So pretty.

Jessica said...

Heres a good video to learn how to do the bobble stich. for practice i chained 20, single crocheted all the way and then did the bobble, i of course then realized i should have chained 21 to start, but i was still good practice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aVEWSoEeI

Jessica said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aVEWSoEeI
refer to post above. Jessica

Anne said...

That's so cool!!! :-)

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Diana P. Espinoza said...

I am dying to do this but I will have to youtube how to do the very first step and then how to add a row/color...I am obviously brand new at this but I want to do this ^.^

Deborah said...

Ooooh I love this. Just tried a tester and got the stitch, oooh I'm so excited. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous pattern. Debs.x

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BETH said...

Is there a video I can watch. I wuld live to do this but I don't know how

rose said...

hello. I love this. I would however suggest that people make their first row...after the chain row...a single crochet row. This will keep the first row of bobbles from curling up on you. I have crocheted since i was 4 years old and am still learning everyday myself so i know that every bit of advice helps.

Amy Solovay said...

Rachele, your bobble blanket is really fabulous! Such fun colors and what a great stitch pattern.


Thank you so much for linking to my changing colors tutorial at crochet.about.com. I really appreciate the link love, and I hope your readers are finding the tutorial helpful.


Also, your cats are all such cuties! <3 <3 <3



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KC said...

Question: After your bobble stitch row, you say to single crochet in every stitch around starting on the second stitch, does that mean that your chain one is stitch one? Or do you skip that whole stitch that the chain one is coming out of?

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Debi York said...

I love this stitch, I think this would make a beautiful bathroom rug. I am so going to make this. Thank you

Hailey Sicotte said...

I so wish there was a video to this! I would love to be able to see it so i can get a visual of how to do it.

Pat said...

Hello, Simply love this blanket! Love the colours and the stich! I couldn't resist it and I've started to crochet a blanket for my bundle of joy. Thanks so much for sharing!

Lori Kramer said...

Can't wait to try this! Thanks for the tutorial, and by the way, I love how the wrong side looks just as cool as the bobble side!!

Heather said...

I LOVE this! My friend is having a baby so I have been looking at blanket tutorials. She lives in NYC so it's always cold during the winter. Her winter baby will be toast warm in a blanket this thick and lush! Thank you for sharing!

Carly said...

Oh my gosh! That's such a good idea!!! Hope you don't mind if I borrow it. :)

Hooker Leo said...

Hi! I found my next scrapghan pattern. I had a hard time understanding your instructions, but thought it was helpful for you to include the video link. I have previously designed a mobius cowl with bobbles and I have gotten so caught up with preparing projects for teaching opportunities that recently arisen. Anyway, I am on the brink of completing my pattern, which is a variation of your pattern - the difference being that it is worked on the diagonal - I have way small scraps that would be great for the corners. I am in a rambling mood tonight...ha ha ha ha ha! Okay, I would like to publish my pattern for free and indicate that I was inspired by you and your afghan. My pattern would be available for free. Look forward to hearing from you.

deealexx said...

It looks awesome!!! Congrats for the patience. I would like to make this blanket for a little baby. I would like to make it 90 x 90 cm, could you tell me aprox. how much yarn would I need? (lets assume that I use just one color). Thank you!

Janne said...

Hi all


I really want to make this blanket. However I live in Denmark and my local yarn-lady have never heard of Worsted weight acrylic yarn. Will any acrylic yarn do?
Thanks!

Chaz said...

Worsted weight is the most common yarn. 4 strands twisted together. It's not fine like baby yarn, but not heavy like bulky yarn.

shireen said...

Plz explain how to stitch a bobble crochet.

Jen said...

Thank you for the inspiration. I've started a blanket, inspired by wrapping paper that I really liked :)

Anne Karakash said...

Oh great, now I've got to learn to crochet! This is a great pattern and I think it might just be enough to make me put down the knitting needles and pick up a crochet hook . . . my knitting buddies would be scandalized! Shh . . . I won't tell if you won't. Love from one fat gal to another, --AnneK

Mary Silverwind said...

Beautiful!!! I have tons of extra yarn and I am going to make this

Christy Boyd said...

Video tutorial?

Brenda Bourges said...

Wow I love it! Super adorable and I am sure it's really warm. How long did it take to make approximately?

Brenda Bourges said...

Bobble stitch and then follow Rachele's instructions
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aVEWSoEeI

Brenda Bourges said...

Here is the bobble stitch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aVEWSoEeI

shelia said...

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oki said...

Did you bobble stitch every chain stitch?
Then if I started 101 ch, do I have 100 bobbles? Accoring to youtuve tutorial, after bobble stitching, 3 SC every chains.Im confused.

Tammy said...

I love this idea of working on a diagonal. My favorite crochet pattern is a corner to corner. I would be interested if you ever publish this! :)

Clairette Tricote! said...

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I'm glad to find a fellow feminist crocheter! Some people seem to think that those two words can't belong together!

Shelby said...

Mine keeps curling up and I don't know why... I've had to restart two or three times because it just turns into a spiral :(

morals said...

After I did my 201 chain, i didn't do my bobbles in each stitch, but every other to keep it from curling up. Also, i skipped the single crochet step across and just kept doing bobbles in every other stitch each row. Hope this helps.

msgould_ams said...

I love the bobble stitch, and I am adding this to my very long list of projects to make! It is gorgeous! I probably won't get to it this year, but it's definitely on the list. I know exactly where it will go, and what colors I will use (yarn shopping!). Thanks so much for sharing your pattern!

Talena said...

In the paragraph above the pattern instructions, Rachele better explains the pattern. She mentions to SC between bobbles. That should correct the problems anyone is having with their project curling up.

helen said...

Mine keep curling any suggestions. ..after I join the Bobble together do I sc ?

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