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Chunky Crochet Bobble Blanket

Bobble Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern

The Bobble Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern

For my blanket crocheters, I’ve got a special pattern to kick off the new year – a super cozy, chunky bobble stitch crochet blanket. Designed for the hustle of our busy lives, this is a super quick crochet pattern that won’t take forever to finish as it’s crocheted with bulky yarn. I have designed this pattern to be the ultimate rewarding project to start your year on a creative high note!

Design Inspiration

I knew I had to create a bobble stitch crochet blanket pattern when I shared my knitted bobble stitch blanket and received many messages saying, “Hey, make this in crochet.” So, I did. I created this throw to be the perfect project to practice the bobble stitch and keep your couch looking effortlessly stylish at the same time. The herringbone half double stitches provide a soft, textured backdrop, while the bobbles create a classic diamond rhombus grid that matches any kind of room aesthetic.

Bobble Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern

How to Crochet the Bobble Stitch

If you have never crocheted a bobble stitch, don’t worry. Bobbles are basically like adding a pop of popcorn to your work – but without the butter. Imagine you’re drawing with yarn, and every so often you want to make a dot that really stands out – that’s your bobble. You basically keep looping the yarn through the same stitch, building it up until it’s got a nice, plump texture that says, ‘Hey, look at me!’ Then you secure it, and it just sits there like a little yarn bubble, giving your project some serious personality. It’s like 3D art for crocheted blankets or sweaters.

Video For Visual Learners:

I’ve put together a video demo as well, walking you through the blanket’s stitch pattern plus how to crochet the bobble stitch. You can find the video tutorial down with the written instructions, and also on the Leelee Knits YouTube Channel. If you find the video useful, please subscribe to the channel! It really gives me the boost to keep making more. Plus, you’ll always be in the know when new content rolls out.

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Blanket Modifications:

If you’d rather make a baby blanket (or alter the width in any way) I have also included the multiples for the number of chains required for the foundation chain. Simply chain until you reach your desired width, and then add or subtract chains to match!


The free pattern for this bobble stitch crochet 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 button below.


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How to Crochet the Bobble Stitch

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Free Bobble Blanket Crochet Pattern

Materials Required for your blanket:

Bobble Stitch Blanket Crochet Pattern Yarn Used

Finished Size of Blanket:

Blanket measures:  44” X 58”.

Gauge:

14 stitches X 9 rows = 4” in HHDC.

Special Stitches & Abbreviations:

CH: Chain.

ST: Stitch.

HHDC: Herringbone Half Double Crochet: Yarn over, insert hook into next stitch, yarn over and draw through the stitch AND first loop on hook, yarn over, draw through remaining loops on hook.

BS: Bobble Stitch: *Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop; yarn over, pull through two loops.  Repeat from * four more times (five times total).  There will be 6 loops left on the hook.  Yarn over and pull through remaining loops on hook.


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Crochet Bobble Stitch Blanket Video Demo:

Below is a video demo that I posted on the Leelee Knits YouTube channel to demonstrate the stitch pattern used in this blanket.

How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch Throw/Blanket.

Written Pattern:

Chain 127 (or multiple of 12 plus 7 if you’d like to make your blanket bigger or smaller).

Row 1: HHDC in 3rd ch from hook, and in each remaining ch.  CH2, turn.

Row 2: HHDC in first 2 sts, BS in next st; *HHDC in next 11 sts, BS in next st; repeat from * to last two sts, HHDC in last 2 sts. CH2, turn.

Rows 3,5,7,9,11,13: HHDC in each st; CH2, turn.

Rows 4 & 12: HHDC in first 4 sts, BS in next st; *HHDC in next 7 sts, BS in next st, HHDC in next 3 sts, BS in next st; repeat from * to last 12 sts;  HHDC in next 7 sts, BS in next st, HHDC in last 4 sts; CH2, turn.

Rows 6 & 10: HHDC in first 6 sts, BS in next st; *HHDC in next 3 sts, BS in next st, HHDC in next 7 sts, BS in next st; repeat from * to last 10 sts;  HHDC in next 3 sts, BS in next st, HHDC in last 6 sts; CH2, turn.

Row 8: HHDC in first 8 sts, BS in next st; *HHDC in next 11 sts, BS in next st; repeat from * to last 8 sts; HHDC in last 8 sts; CH2, turn.

Repeat rows 2-13 until blanket measures 57”.

Complete rows 2-3 one more time.  Fasten off yarn and weave in all loose ends.


I hope you enjoyed the free crochet pattern fro the Rhombus Bobble Stitch Blanket.

If you’d like your own copy, the ad-free PDF file can be purchased through Ravelry, or by clicking the button below.



Once again, I’m incredibly grateful for your support! Happy Crocheting 💙


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