The Crochetville forum was founded in 2004 as an online place for crocheters to gather and encourage each other. Everyone is welcome, from the self-taught beginner to the experienced crocheter. Members can get help with a crochet question, join in on a crochet-along , show-and-tell projects, and more. Crochetville is woman-owned by two lifelong crocheters.
Won't you join us? It's free to become a Crochetville member!
Some of the links on this page will earn us a commission if you make a purchase through them. View our disclosure policy for details.
i'm still new to the crochet world and i'm learning the bobble stitch right now..
this pattern is really confusing to me, here is how it goes:
R13: 3ch, 3tr, *bobble st on 2 stitches, 2tr*. repeat *...* 4x to get 5 bobbles. crochet 4 tr, work 2 st together, 3tr, work 2 st together.
this pattern is used with UK terminology so it's actually tr=double.
i'm confused about the commas, is it 3ch and 3 double crochets in the SAME stitch or are we separating stitches? and bobble on 2 stitches, does it mean i do a bobble stitch on two consecutive stitches or is it a different kind of bobble stitch?
it's also confusing because this part of the pattern doesn't mention how many stitches are counted in each round..
thank you in advance, sorry if this is out of context, this is the only part of the pattern i'm confused about, hopefully it's enough information.
Link to comment
Share on other sites
8 answers to this question
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.