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  1. Julliet

    Bobble stitch

    Thanks for the reply. I crocheted a test a few times using pattern as written and compared it to the picture and the bobbles looked too sparse and too far apart. I am going to use your suggestion and not skip the stitches and see if I get the required number of bobbles for the chain. The bobble is: (insert hook in st and pull up loop approx. 1 cm long, yarn over hook) 3 times, pull up a loop in same stitch, then yarn over and pull through all 8 loops on hook and chain 1. As a beginner crocheter I searched the web for how to make the bobble but didn’t find any that used this method. But love the look of the sleeve so I will use this method.
  2. Julliet

    Bobble stitch

    Having trouble with number of bobble stated in pattern with how I am interpreting the directions. The directions for the Bobble patterns are as follows; row 1: ch 2 turn, 1 bobble in 4 th st from hook, *ch 1, skip 1 st, 1 sc in next st, ch 1, skip 1 st, 1 bobble in next st; rep from *. Gauge - 8 stitches Or 4 bobbles. When I follow the directions as written between bobbles ( sk st , sc next stitch, so st) there are three stitches between bobbles. This does not give me the required number of bobbles in the gauge. So for my size sleeve I chain 40 which is suppose to then equal 20 bobbles.
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