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This textured stitches crocheted into the fabric are great for adding extra thickness to your project. A bobble is a cluster of stitches (usually in groups of three or five) joined at the top and worked into the same stitch or space.

The Bobble is really a classical stitch that can used in mutiple crocheting projects. The stitch is simpler in appearance to the Popcorn stitch (Popcorn Stitch) that we did a tutorial on early last year. If you are looking to add dimension and texture to your work, then the Bobble stitch is one you will differently want to master.

So lets get our yarn and hook and learn this neat new stitch and you will discover how simple this really is to work.

Bobbles Stitch Tutorial

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Step One: Work 3 to five double crochet, (I am crocheting five) always inserting the hook into the same stitch and leaving the last loop of each on the hook. (pictured above)

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Step Two: Wrap the yarn over the hook, (pictured above)

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Step Three: draw through all the loops on the hook to complete. (there should be six loops to draw through.)

I hope you enjoyed learning the Bobble stitch! I would love to hear how you employed the Bobble Stitch into your project.

Until Next week, keep those hooks flying.