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All Bobbled Up Baby Blanket

This blanket is made with up of only two stitches - Tunisian Simple Stitch and Bobble Stitch. This was my first time making a baby blanket with velvet yarn. While it worked out beautifully, I did take some time figuring out which bobbles work best with this yarn. You can read more about it in the pattern :) This pattern is very easy to make and you can either follow the pattern chart or the written instructions. I have included a printable chart if you would like to only print that and work off of it.

All Bobbled Up Baby Blanket

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Crochet Diamond Bobble Pattern

"I love using bobbles to create shapes and patterns, they look great using one color yarn or using multiple colors. They are also reversible and you can push them on either side of the pattern. How do you crochet the diamond bobble pattern? The diamond bobble stitch is a crochet pattern constructed with double crochet and bobble stitches evenly spaced out to form a seamless grid pattern of diagonal stripes. I did a tutorial on how to crochet the bobble stitch before, but today I will show you how to create a treble bobble and how to use it to create the diamond bobble pattern."Crochet Diamond Bobble Pattern

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Chunky Crochet Velvet Bobble Blanket

"This free chunky crochet velvet bobble blanket pattern is one of the softest blankets that I have made to date. It is lightweight and warm. Simply perfect to snuggle under in the cooler weather. If you have never tried using velvet yarn before, I urge you to give it a try. Once you get the feel of the yarn and start to learn what works and what does not with this yarn, it is a joy to work with."Chunky Crochet Velvet Bobble Blanket

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Paw Print Blanket

This Paw Print Blanket is a really special project for me. I wanted to make something special for our sweet girl Ashley, who turned 9 on the 23rd of February. Since she loves animals (dogs especially), I decided to design a corner-to-corner (c2c) Paw Print Blanket. I thought it would be fun to make four separate c2c graphs to spell the word "love" and to replace the "o" with a paw print. I then decided on some really fun yarn colors that I thought Ashley would love. I decided on Red Heart Super Saver in Turqua, Pretty-n-Pink, Freshmint & Amethyst.Paw Print Blanket

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Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket

The Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket is absolutely adorable and i can’t wait for you to try it out! Years ago i made a bobble ripple baby blanket and released it on an old crochet blog but i have revamped it and made it with two strands of Stylecraft Special DK so it has now become a chunky blanket and it is so cute! I found making it chunkier the bobbles really pop and it made it even more quicker to crochet. You may recognize this stitch as i made a shawl out of it a while ago called the Bobble Ripple Shawl and this shawl has been very popular with Truly Crochet readers. The PDF paid version of this pattern features the multiples so you can crochet this blanket in whatever size you would like and in whatever weight yarn that you like!Bobble Ripple Baby Blanket

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Afghan Beehive Baby Blanket

Bees and beehives have been a recurring theme in my crochet life recently, and so have Tunisian crochet puffs. With the Tunisian Beehive Baby Blanket, I brought together my passion for bees and puffs to create this beautifully textured baby blanket. The pattern uses three different Tunisian crochet stitches that are the Tunisian simple stitch, the Tunisian reverse stitch, and the open Tunisian puff stitch. There is a tutorial on how to crochet the open puff stitch. You will need a Tunisian hook with a wire extension to accommodate the entire blanket.Afghan Beehive Baby Blanket

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