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What is better than a bobble stitch? A BIG Bobble Stitch of course! This scarf is super chunky, with knit – like rows nestled in between rows of giant bobbles. I mean….does is get any better?? Let’s dive right into this Bobble-iscious goodness…

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Luxe Bobble Scarf: 

Materials:


Skill level:

Advanced beginner.

Pattern notes:

  • This pattern is written using standard US crochet terms.
  • This is worked flat.
  • The chain 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • Loose tension is a MUST. You will working sl sts and if your tension is too tight, they will be miserable to work into. Feel free to go up a hook size or two if you need to.
  • The first and last sl st of each row will be worked under BOTH loops. Otherwise, all other sl sts will be work in the back loop only.
  • Stitch counts are purely what I did. You can make your scarf any length you’d like and your stitch count will be just fine. As long as you have 5 sl sts at the each end, it does not matter how many bobbles/single crochets are in between 🙂

Stitches used and abbreviations: yo = yarn over

  • sp = space
  • ch = chain
  • st/sts = stitch/stitches
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sl st blo = slip stich back loop only
  • sc = single crochet
  • sc blo = single crochet back loop only bbl = bobble stitch

Special stitches

Bobble Stitch: yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops. Do this a total of 5 times. There should be 6 loops on your hook. Yo and draw through all 6 loops on hook. *Essentially you are just making a partial double crochet. So start a double crochet as you normally would BUT before you draw through the last 2 loops on your hook, you will repeat making a partial double crochet 4 more times.

Watch the full video tutorial here:

INSTRUCTIONS:

Row 1: ch 163 or your desired length. Turn. Sl st in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn (162 sl sts)
Row 2: (making sure your tension is loose) sl st in first st. Sl st blo in next st and in each st across until you come to the last st. Sl st under both loops on the last st. Ch 1, turn. (162 sl sts)

Row 3: repeat row 2. (162 sl sts)
Row 4: sl st in first st, sl st blo in each of next 4 sts, sc blo in each st across until the last 5 sts. Sl st blo in each of next 4 sts. Sl st in both loops in last st. Ch 1, turn (152 sc, 10 sl sts) Row 5: sl st in first st, sl st blo in each of next 4 sts, [bbl in next st, sc in next st] repeat from [ to ] across until the last 5 sts. Sl st blo in each of next 4 sts, sl st in last st. Ch 1, turn (76 bbl, 76 sc, 10 sl sts)
Row 6: sl st in first st, sl st blo in each of next 4 sts, sc (under both loops like normal) in next st and in each st across until the last 5 sts, Sl st blo in each of next 4 sts. Sl st in both loops in last st. Ch 1, turn (152 sc, 10 sl sts)
Row 7-9: sl st in first st, sl st blo in each st across until the last st. Sl st in both loops in last st. (162 sl sts)
Rows 10-21: repeat rows 4-9 twice more. (if using worsted weight yarn instead of bulky, then repeat rows 4-9 until the scarf is your desired width)

Prepare the ends for your poms:

Using a tapestry needle threaded with yarn, start by weaving in and out across the bottom. Once you’ve reached the other end, pull on the yarn to cinch the bottom, run your needle through the other side and secure it with a knot.

Use a tapestry needle to weave in and out of stitches across the edge

Pull the yarn through to cinch the bottom

Run your needle through the other side (where you started).

Secure it with a knot.

To attach your poms:

My poms came with a little elastic loop on top so I just ran some yarn through and secured it to the ends of my scarf!

Weave in all ends.

Now your scarf is ready to wear!

If you make this scarf, be sure to tag me @spottedhorsedesignco on social media. I absolutely love seeing all your makes ❤️


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