So who was I to resist joining in? It had been a while since I’d made anything for myself, and I had enough yarn left over from other projects.
From left to right:
Lanar Milano no. 449, Lanar Milano no. 826, WI Soft & Smooth Aran Biscuit, WI Soft & Smooth Aran Grey, WI Soft & Smooth Aran Cream
I really like the bobbles, though I should add that I did not come up with them myself. I found an image on Pinterest, and worked the stitch out from there. Unfortunately the link is corrupt and I haven’t been able to find out who the image, and therefore the motif, belongs to. If you know, please get in touch so I can acredit it.
Crochet Bobble Edge Tutorial
Once you've done your row of DCs (SCs), wrap your yarn around the hook once, insert into any DC (SC), and then yarn over
To make a bobble, yarn over and pull up a loop (about as tall two chains) in-between the "legs" of the DC (SC)
Copyright for the bobble edge tutorial images belongs to Eline Alcocer and may not be reproduced in any way without prior written consent. You are welcome to make and use this bobble edge as you wish, but please do not sell it as a pattern nor claim the pattern as your own. Please link back to this page if you write about the tutorial in any way. Thank you and happy crocheting!