Updated: May 20
So, we’re walking away from the Granny Squares for now, because there are so many variations you could do, and to be honest, I haven’t recently had any time to actually take up my hooks and needles to really dig deep into a pattern. That’s why, today I’m giving you another stitch tutorial! This time, I’m going to use the standard instructions you get in regular patterns, first. That way, for those of you who already know how to crochet, it’s as simple as a twist of a finger.
For those of you who are still trying to get into the know-how of crochet, don’t worry, keep scrolling and I’ll provide all those pictures you need when you’re starting. That way, you have a visual guide as well. So, let’s not dawdle any longer! Pick up that yarn and hook, and let’s get started!
The Bobble Head!
Alright, here you go, for all you crochet masters out there, this one’s for you! Now, depending on your pattern, you’re either working with SCs or DCs. For this tutorial, we’ll be using DCs, since they’re the more common stitches in Bobble stitches, but I’ll do an SC one in pattern form, later. So, let’s start!
Foundation Chain: Ch an even number of Sts.