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How to Knit a Bobble Stitch

How to Knit a Bobble Stitch
How to Knit a Bobble Stitch
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Attention all you beginning knitters, this How to Knit a Bobble Stitch craft video is the perfect tutorial to show you just how easy it can be to create a bobble. Bobbles are super fun, and, while they may seem complicated, extraordinarily easy to create! Whether you are a beginning knitter or a more advanced knitter, this how-to video would be a great refresher to show you a super simple and quick way to create a bobble for a project. Bobble stitches are also great for blankets, hats, scarves, you name it! This knitting stitch can have you adorning anything in bobbles!

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Materials List

  • Yarn
  • Knitting Needles

Create Your Bobble Stitch

  1. Yarn over and knit three times into one stitch.

  2. Slip the loop off the needle.

  3. Turn your work to the wrong side.

  4. Now on the wrong side you slip one and pearl five across those stitches you made.

  5. Turn back to the right side and slip one and knit five.

  6. Turn back to the wrong side and pearl two stitches together three times in a row.

  7. Turn back to the right side, slip the first stich of the three that remain, knit the next two together.

  8. To finish, pass the slip stitch over.

  9. Finish working across your row and turn to the wrong side of your work.

  10. Work in pattern again to the bobble stitch, so when you get to the bobble stitch you are going to pearl through the back loop.

  11. Work across your row in pattern again.

  12. Your first bobble is complete!

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Oh my god this is so cute! I can't wait to try and put this in my next project! The video is a great guide.

The bobble stitch is very visually appealing. This video tutorial is a great way to learn how to master this new knitting technique.

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