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Baby Bobble Blanket

Posted on September 6, 2023

Our local Stitchers group was asked to make some baby blankets for the hospital nursery. I chose this bobble baby blanket pattern to crochet for the hospital charity. There are many different sizes you can make using this pattern. I started out by chaining 133 stitches using a H (5 mm) hook to begin the crochet pattern with a single strand of yarn.

Baby Bobble Blanket

Crocheting the bobbles for me was very labor intensive and hard on my hands. So rather than having bobbles every 4th row, I only crocheted two rows of bobbles on the ends of the blanket. The remainder of the blanket is worked in half double crochet (HDC).

Here is a closeup of one edge of the baby blanket.
Bobbles on Edging of Baby Blanket

It was hard getting a good overall photo of the blanket but here it is.
Yellow Baby Bobble Blanket

Final size is 32 inches by 40 inches. It’s a good sized blanket that used about 22 ounces of worst weight Hobby Lobby Crafters Secret yarn in colorway pale yellow.

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