Daisy Farm Crafts
This is a free pattern for a crochet polka dot blanket. The idea all started for this crochet polka dot blanket when I learned how to do the bobble stitch. If you don't know how to work one, I have a clip you can watch below. (A bobble stitch is simply 5 DCTOG.)
“Family” Popcorn Stitch Baby Blanket
Puff Stitch Blanket (Reads “Together we make a Family) Chart Pattern at the Bottom of the Page Wool Used – Stylecraft Special DK Shades: 1001 White, 1019 Cloud Blue, 1203, Silver & …
Bobble Heart Pattern
So I'm finally sharing my bobble heart pattern! :) I used a 4 mm/G/6 crochet hook. The yarn pictured above (awful photo but it's the only one i have right now) was a UK baby DK weight in baby pink. You can use any yarn and hook size, but i would recommend DK and Aran personally as I'm not sure how well the bobbles will 'stick' out with lighter yarn's. I will be using UK crochet terms throughout, I will try and make a US version at a later date. Crochet terms used are as follows sts…
This is a single crochet afghan with bobbles that is worked in one piece. The pattern is easier than it looks, and is easy to work without the pattern once the design is established. If you wish to make the pattern wider, each additional diamond in width requires 16 additional chains and adds approximately 4.5 inches. To make the pattern longer, each additional repeat adds approximately 8 inches in length.
23 wedding Afghan 2 pattern by Nancy Liggins
Great wedding or anniversary gift! The picture does not do it justice. The graph you will receive will have no names on it.
Mayras-Stashbin's Thank Heaven for Baby Isaac
Started each row on the 2nd st versus the 3rd with a sc and moved the bobble over one st and it worked out fine. It gives me an edge for stitching the pieces together. Love these patterns!