Textured Bubble Stitch

Blossom Lady
May 31, 2022 06:09 AM
Textured Bubble Stitch

The textured bobble stitch is an easy crochet stitch to learn. It consists of a cluster of stitches which create a bobble like look when finished plus lots of texture! I like to call it the bubble stitch because of how it pops out from projects.

Learning how to crochet the textured bobble stitch is a fun way to add texture to any crochet project. Once you learn the easy bobble stitch (bo) stitch, you will be able to make any type of bobble stitch pattern you’d like.

Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term):

Chain Stitch – ch

Treble / double crochet – tr/dc Font Post tr / dc – FPtr/dc Back Post tr / dc – tr/dc

6 tr/dc decrease

3 tr/dc decrease

6 FPtr/dc decrease

3 FPtr/dc decrease

Stitch – st

Insrtuctions

Foundation Chain: 12 + 5 chs

Row 1: skip 3ch, make 4tr/dc in next ch, * 1tr/dc in each of next 2st, 6tr/dc decrease (work 1 incomplete tr/dc in each of next 7st, yarn over and draw through all loops on hook), 1tr/dc in each of next 2st, 7tr/dc in next st; rep from*, 1tr/dc in each of next 2st, 6tr/dc decrease, 1tr/dc in each of next 2st, 4tr/dc in next st, 1tr/dc in last st, turn.

Row 2: make 2ch and skip first st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 4st, * 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over decrease st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 7st; rep from *, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over decrease st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 4st, 1tr/dc in third ch, turn.

Row 3: make 2ch and skip first st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 4st, * 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1FPtr/dc over next st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 7st; rep from *, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1FPtr/dc over next st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 4st, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 4: make 2ch and skip first st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 4st, * 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over next st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 7st; rep from *, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over decrease st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 4st, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 5: make 2ch and skip first st, work 3 FPtr/dc decrease (make 1 incomplete FPtr/dc over each of next 4st, yarn over and draw through all loops on hook), * 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 7tr/dc in next post stitch, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 6FPtr/dc decrease (make 1 incomplete FPtr/dc over each of next 7st, yarn over and draw through all loops on hook); rep from*, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 7tr/dc in next post stitch, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 3FPtr/dc decrease, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 6: make 2ch, * 1BPtr/dc over decrease st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 7st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st; rep from*, 1BPtr/dc over decrease st, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 7: make 2ch and skip first st, * 1FPtr/dc over next st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 7st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st; rep from*, 1FPtr/dc over next st, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 8: make 2ch and skip first st, * 1BPtr/dc over next st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 7st, 1FPtr/dc over each of next 2st; rep from*, 1BPtr/dc over next st, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Row 9: make 2ch and skip first st, 4tr/dc in next post stitch, * 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 6FPtr/dc decrease, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 7tr/dc in next post stitch; rep from *, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 6FPtr/dc decrease, 1BPtr/dc over each of next 2st, 4tr/dc in next post stitch, 1tr/dc in second ch, turn.

Repeat rows 2 - 9.

Enjoy!

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