There are numerous ways of enriching the texture of a blanket, some more attractive, some more intricate. There are hundreds, literally. The bobble stitch is a great way of making a regular textured surface that’s highly attractive visually and super satisfying to the touch. Moreover, it’s a great way to fancy up your projects with little effort, because this is an easy stitch that will not overly tax your abilities.
Bobble Lines Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
The bobble lines blanket uses bobble stitches laid out at regular intervals into a grid pattern. This is a great example of how to use sparsely set out bobble stitches to great effect. It’s so nice, you may be tempted to extend this to a blanket for yourself, and you wouldn’t be disappointed. This is a great idea for a pattern for fa baby blanket, as it is a warm, but not overly hot project with a lovely texture for little fingers to explore.
Skills: Beginner. Designer: Daisy Farm Crafts
Bubble Puff Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
You could also consider making the the Bubble Puff. It too has elevated bead-like ridges that protrude above a lower background, but in more densely spaced, regular rows. It is finished off with a wavy, crenellated edge.
Skills: Easy Designer: Hooked by Robin
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