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Bobble Charts










                                                           

                                                         Twinkle twinkle little star











12 comments :

  1. Cool, I am going to try one :)
    thank you

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  2. How do you do these? I know how to crochet well but not too sure on how to follow these charts

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    1. 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

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    2. When I learned how to do them they were called puff stitches.

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    1. 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.

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  4. 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

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  5. PS It seems to me that your flower could be adapted to become a gingerbread boy! Sheila

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  6. I remade the ladybug one if anyone needs it for the abc blanket. Since the squares are 27 by 27

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  7. have you any tips on planning out names in bobble stitch?
    Thankyou

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  8. I, too, would like to know how to "design" a name and center it on the blanket. I know people graph them or use excel, but no one explains exactly how and where to place the letters. I am lost as where to start. Any advice?

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  9. This is great. Can you create a tutorial on how to make your own graphs? I’m working on an idea but I have no idea where to start with making the graph. :/
    Thank you!!

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