Chevron Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket Pattern

Bobble Stitch Knit Blanke

Knit a Bobble Stitch Blanket

I had so much fun making my last pattern for the diamond grid Knit Bobble Stitch Blanket, that I decided to continue working with bobbles. This time, I’ve created this cozy blanket with a twist—it features a zig-zag chevron design that adds a fun and stylish touch to any space.

If you’re looking for a new knit blanket project, you will love this pattern! It’s a great way to add a personal touch to your home decor or make a thoughtful handmade gift for someone special.

If you already know how to knit and purl, then all you have to learn is how to make a bobble stitch, which is super easy! I made a very quick YouTube video on how to knit a bobble stitch that you can watch before you get started. I know that once you watch the video you’ll have enough confidence to practice your bobble stitches with this pattern.

How to Knit a Bobble Stitch Video Demo:

The following quick video demo will guide you through the process of how to knit a bobble stitch:

How to Knit a Bobble Video
How to Knit a Bobble Video

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Alnaar


Choosing your Yarn

Last month, I was feeling adventurous and I decided to try out a new yarn line from Knit Picks: Twill Worsted Weight Yarn. I really loved the look of the Rose Water Heather colour, so I ordered a bunch of skeins with the intention of making a blanket. I honestly didn’t know that to expect since I like to stick with my favourites, but I was so happy that I will definitely be ordering more Twill. It is a great yarn for blankets because of the bouncy drape it creates when knitted up in stockinette stitch. It’s also machine washable which is a huge bonus for anything that may need to go through the wash. I can’t wait to try out some of the other colours in this line too, and I’m sure I’ll be featuring it again in my patterns!

You can of course use a different yarn, if you don’t have access to Knit Picks yarns or just want to use up your stash. I recommend going with a yarn that is the same weight (worsted weight). Just make sure you check your gauge to get the same size and drape.

Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket Hanging from a Ladder

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Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket Pattern

Supplies for Knitting your Blanket:

To make this blanket, you will need the following supplies:


Ad Free PDF File

The free pattern for this bobble stitch knit blanket is available right here on this page, as this site is sustained through ad support.

If you like things a little more streamlined, I’ve put together an ad-free, downloadable PDF version of the pattern. It’s perfect for easy printing and can be can be purchased through My Ravelry Store or by clicking the “Purchase PDF File” button to the right.

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Knit Picks Twill Yarn on Table

Finished Size:

Finished blanket measures:  37” X 50”.

Gauge:

14 stitches X 21 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch.

Abbreviations & Special Stitches:

K: Knit.

P: Purl.

BS: Bobble Stitch – Knit into the front and back of stitch twice to increase one stitch to four stiches. Turn and knit the four stitches that were just made.  Turn and knit the four stitches again.  Decrease back to one stitch by slipping each stitch over the stitch in front of it until only one stitch remains.

The Free Pattern:

Notes before you start:

This blanket is knit flat in rows from the bottom up, using circular knitting needles to hold the large number of stitches. 

If you’d like to change the width of the blanket, cast on a multiple of 16 + 5, plus 8 border stitches (4 on each side). 

Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket on Needles

Bottom Border:

Cast on 125 stitches.

The bottom border is worked over eight rows in garter stitch as follows:

Rows 1-8: Knit all stitches.

Continue to Body of Blanket.

Body of Blanket:

Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11: Knit all stitches.

Rows 2, 4, 6, 8,10,12: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 13: K4; *BS, K3, BS, K11; repeat from * to last 9 stitches; BS, K3, BS, K4.

Row 14: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 15: Knit all stitches.

Row 16: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 17: K6: *BS, K3, BS, K7, BS, K3; repeat from * to last 7 stitches; BS, K6.

Row 18: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 19: Knit all stitches.

Row 20: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 21: K8; *BS, K3; repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K5

Row 22: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 23: Knit all stitches.

Row 24: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 25: K10; *BS, K3, BS, K3, BS, K7; repeat from * to last three stitches; K3.

Row 26: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 27: Knit all stitches.

Row 28: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 29: K12; *BS, K3, BS, K11; repeat from * to last stitch, K1.

Row 30: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Row 31: Knit all stitches.

Row 32: K4; Purl until the last four stitches; K4.

Repeat rows 1-32 six more times (you will have 7 repeats of the chevron design in total).  For symmetry, complete one more repeat of rows 1-10.  Continue to Top Border.

Top Border:

The top border is worked over eight rows in garter stitch as follows:

Rows 1-8: Knit all stitches.

Cast off the stitches, and weave in all loose ends.  Wet or steam block the blanket so that it lays flat.

Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket Top View

Permission To Sell Finished Items: You have my permission to sell any items that you make with my patterns.   I kindly request that you credit Leelee Knits and link back to the Leelee Knits website when selling your work online.  As well, please use your own images of the actual items that you make.


Pattern PDF File

I hope you enjoyed the Chevron Bobble Stitch Knit Blanket pattern.

If you’d like your own copy, the Ad-Free PDF file (which will be emailed to you automatically) can be purchased through Ravelry, or by clicking the “Purchase PDF File” button to the right.

Thank you so much for your support! It means the world to me, and I’m beyond grateful to be able to share my passion with you all.


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