The bobble stitch ( how to )

Here’s another tutorial for one of my favorite stitches, the bobble stitch. I love the texture it produces and it can give any project that little extra umph.
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– Chain 3
– Yarn over hook, insert hook through stitch, yarn over, pull through stitch. You now have three loops on hook:

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– Yarn over hook, insert hook through same stitch, yarn over hook, pull through stitch. You now have five loops on hook:

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– Yarn over hook, insert hook through same stitch, yarn over hook, pull through stitch, you now have seven loops on hook:

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– Yarn over hook, pull through six loops, you now have two loops remaining on hook:

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– Yarn over hook, pull through remaining two loops, you now have one loop left:

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-Chain one, skip the next stitch, repeat above steps.

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Repeat the pattern as necessary. There you have it, the bobble.

New hat pattern coming up in the next day or two that requires this stitch! Try it out and start making some fun items!!

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