Cool, I am going to try one :)thank you
How do you do these? I know how to crochet well but not too sure on how to follow these charts
Hi there, these instructions might help you. Each dark square is a bobble. Each white square is a sc or hdc depending on what you prefer to use. http://www.knotyournanascrochet.com/2012/01/5-petal-flower.html
When I learned how to do them they were called puff stitches.
How do you work the bobble?
You can find instructions on how to work a bobble here http://crochet.lifetips.com/cat/58302/advanced-stitches/index.html. Bobbles are worked on wrong side rows to allow them to pop out the right side.
Thank you for sharing. I like to crochet a bobble decorated baby blanket, spelling out the full, formal name of the baby, and then filling a square between the names with a heart. I have added a row of hearts at the top and bottom to make the blanket crib size, but these designs give me more options. I crocheted a tiny one for my grandson's cradle too since daughter did not have any blankets small enough for the cradle or stroller. Sheila
PS It seems to me that your flower could be adapted to become a gingerbread boy! Sheila
I remade the ladybug one if anyone needs it for the abc blanket. Since the squares are 27 by 27
have you any tips on planning out names in bobble stitch?Thankyou