We adore Bobble Stitch Knitted Blankets! Bobbles are associated with crochet, but knitters can learn and love them, too! These blankets are warm, cute, and fun to make. If you decide to make a bobbly baby blanket, it will, in addition, be a great sensory playground for your baby. Structural accents add a lot of ease to the design, making it playful and fun. You can use bobbles as you wish because it’s a very versatile stitch. Don’t be afraid to experiment, so make them regular or sprinkled, uniform or not, however, you like it. Remember that you can use bobbles to “paint” different pictures with them, such as hearts, diamonds, or others. The key is to plan it all in advance, so that you know what you are doing – the pattern will emerge. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Knitted Basketweave Baby Blankets and Swirly Knitted Square Blankets.
Falling Bobbles Blanket Free Knitting Pattern
Oh, how delightful! The irregular composition of bobbles makes this blanket by Purl Soho very fun to crochet. It looks great in light grey, but bold colors will work perfectly, too! Try it even if you haven’t mastered bobbles yet.
Level: upper beginner Author: Purl Soho
The original pattern and the photos are on Purl Soho. More info on Ravelry.
Bobble Throw Free Knitting Pattern
A lovely knitting pattern by Destiny Meyer! Can you see the thick bobbles create diamond patterns here? Pure magic! Don’t you think this throw will look amazing both in the nursery and on your sofa?
Level: beginner Author: Destiny Meyer
The original pattern and the photos are on Knifty Knittings. More info on Ravelry.