Do you enjoy the look of crochet bobble stitches? Here is a roundup of crochet patterns that use the bobble stitch.
The bobble stitch can be used in many different patterns and in many different ways.
It is a fun stitch because it adds a nice 3D texture to your project. The crochet bobble stitch can be used minimally in a project or it can be used a lot throughout.
Let’s take a look at this collection.
You will find some hats, blankets, home decor, cowls and even a couple tops that use the bobble stitch.
This collection of crochet bobble stitch patterns will also use a variety of different yarns. The yarn weights used range from DK to super bulky weight.
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I hope you enjoy this list of crochet patterns that use the bobble stitch. If you find a favorite let me know in the comments!
Click on the title name of the pattern or the photo. Doing that will take you to the patterns website. I hope you like these crochet patterns!
The Snowbound Bobble Beanie is an adult sized hat that uses a super bulky weight yarn. Using a super bulky yarn makes this beanie a quick workup.
A blanket that uses the granny square and bobbles. This pattern uses a DK weight #3 yarn. It is a paid pattern from Madame Stitch.
This is a nice quick project that uses a worsted weight cotton yarn. A hair tie is needed for this. The bobble stitches create the fun bunch that fits through a keyhole to be hung.
This free crochet pattern uses a super bulky weight #6 yarn. It is worked around a wood ring but that can also be left off. This can also be worn as a cowl.
A worsted weight yarn is needed to make this free crochet pattern. The bobble stitches are incorporated as a chevron pattern.
This pattern features rows of bobbles separated by rows of half double crochet stitches. This is a free pattern that uses a worsted weight yarn.
A nice keepsake gift can be worked up rather quickly using a bulky weight yarn. The bobble stitches are used as the edging.
A unique crochet wall hanging that uses worsted weight yarn. This is a free pattern that uses the bobble stitch as well as cables.
This unique and fun crochet purse uses 2 strands of a chunky weight yarn held together. This pattern also includes instructions on how to line your bag.
10. Briones Bobble Sweater – Christa Co Design
This free sweater pattern uses a bulky weight yarn. I love that the bobbles are a minimal feature in this sweater.
This crochet cowl features the bobble stitch in the edge. It can be made using DK, worsted or bulky weight yarn. This is a paid pattern.
This free pattern uses a worsted weight yarn. The bobble stitches create a nice cross in the center of the square.
This free pattern uses half double crochet stitches and bobble stitches. The cover is removable for easy cleaning. It is 18×18 in size and uses a worsted weight yarn.
This cardigan can be made in sizes xs-5x and is an intermediate level. This uses 3 strands of a DK weight yarn held together.
A nice pocket shawl design that uses worsted weight yarn. This shawl is worked all in 1 piece. The bobble stitches are featured in the edge under the pockets. This is a paid pattern.
This is a paid pattern but has such nice texture! Use a worsted weight yarn to create this amazing crochet hat. There is a lot of texture besides just the bobble stitches.
This fun design uses a worsted weight yarn. You will also need a metal ring. This pattern includes a nice photo tutorial.
What is cuter than some bobble stitches on a baby hat!? This baby hat pattern uses a DK weight yarn. It has UK and US instructions.
This cowl is a free pattern that uses a DK weight yarn. A great 1 skein project that uses bobble stitches in the edging.
This nice wall hanging uses the bobble stitches to create a nice eye catching texture. This would look great in any room. It is a paid pattern.
This free scarf pattern uses a super bulky weight yarn. The bobble stitches are subtle but still add enough texture. Make this a regular scarf or an infinity scarf.
These fun coasters are worked in the round using a worsted weight cotton yarn. A free crochet you can make quickly.
A paid pattern that uses a worsted weight #4 yarn. A cozy cardigan that uses bobble stitches in a chevron zigzag pattern.
Use a cake of worsted weight color striping yarn for this triangle shawlette. The bobble stitches are used sparingly throughout and then in the edging.
This concludes this awesome roundup of crochet patterns that use the crochet bobble stitch.
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