My first attempt at the dreaded bobble stitch. They’re easy!
The tops of my stitches lie the other way to those pictured in Jan Eaton’s 200 block book I note. I think that’s because I’m left-handed so crochet in the opposite direction (left-right along a row) if you know what I mean?!
The Harmony Guide to Crochet Stitches advises that with bulkier bobble clusters it’s a good idea to work an extra chain stitch to close them firmly, so I have.
How are you getting on with this block?
PS: S said “You could crochet a snooker table”…I don’t think my eyes can possibly roll any more vigorously than they did.
TOLD you it was an easy square! I’m really hooked on bobbles now, feel like doing an entire bobble blanket!!!
Beautiful bobbles! :-)
Well done. I’ve still only done the first two. I might skip the granny square one as I don’t really like doing them and they always seem to go a bit wonky. Or is that cheating?!
Cheating!!! Good practise for you ;-)
Oh very neat and bobbley! Well done you.
I hope this one is easy, I shall be attempting it in the next few days!
Awesome. I have one row to go on the granny # block 2 and then this one…I love the look, but will see if my skills are up to this…cheers Lee
That looks great. Trying the bobbles this week! First CAL post tonight when I have sewn the ends in!
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