This is a free pattern for a pine tree crochet bobble blanket. This easy pattern features little bobble pine trees throughout.

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Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern

Free Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern

In the heart of the woods, where nature paints the most exquisite canvas, inspiration strikes in the form of pine trees and the serene surroundings. As I weave through my off-grid life, surrounded by the whispering pines, I couldn’t help but translate this enchanting experience into a crochet masterpiece – the Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket.

The Inspiration:

Living off the grid, enveloped by the beauty of the woods, sparked the idea for this unique blanket. The pine trees, standing tall and proud, became the muse for a pattern that captures the essence of my rustic lifestyle. I wanted a piece that not only keeps me warm but also resonates with the natural symphony that envelopes my secluded haven.

The Pattern:

The Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket boasts a charming combination of a uniform background and delightful little bobbles resembling pine trees. These cute, textured additions add a touch of whimsy to the blanket, making it a true reflection of the natural beauty that surrounds me daily.

Free Crochet Blanket Pattern

Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern

The Aesthetic:

Imagine the cozy, cabin-in-the-woods vibes as you wrap yourself in this handcrafted creation. The rustic charm of the Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket makes it a perfect porch throw, adding warmth and character to your outdoor spaces. Alternatively, bring the outdoors inside by using it as a rustic addition to your indoor decor. Whether laid across your favorite armchair or draped over the foot of your bed, this blanket effortlessly infuses a touch of woodland magic into any space.

The Process:

Crafting this blanket is not just about the stitches; it’s about capturing the spirit of the forest. The pattern combines simplicity and intricacy, making it suitable for both beginners and seasoned crocheters. With each bobble stitch, you’ll find yourself immersed in the rhythm of the woods, creating a piece that goes beyond mere functionality – it becomes a symbol of your connection to nature.

Conclusion:

The Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket is more than just a cozy accessory; it’s a tangible representation of the off-grid life, where the simple joy of crafting meets the magic of nature. Embrace the tranquility of the woods and add a touch of rustic elegance to your space with this enchanting crochet creation. So, grab your yarn, and your crochet hook, and let the woodland journey begin, stitch by stitch. Happy crocheting! 🌲🧢✨

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The Pine Tree Crochet Blanket Pattern

Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern

Materials:

  • 8 skein of worsted weight yarn. I used Heartland worsted in the color Congaree.
  • H-8 (5.00mm) crochet hook or whatever size is needed to obtain gauge.
  • scissors
  • tapestry needle

Skill level:

  • Advanced Beginner

Tutorial notes:

  • This pattern is written using standard US crochet terms.
  • This pattern is worked in turning rows.
  • The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
  • To keep the written instructions easier to read, I have only included how many of each type of stitch to make. You will always ch 1 and turn at the end of every row.
  • There are 2 sets of instructions given for this pattern. Written instructions as well as color block instructions are given depending on your preferred pattern-reading method.

Stitches used and abbreviations:

  • ch = chain
  • st/sts = stitch/stitches
  • yo = yarn over
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • bbl = bobble

Gauge:

not important for this pattern

Finished Measurements (approximate):

41″ x 48″

The Bobble Stitch is worked from the wrong side and will ‘pop out’ on the right side. It’s almost like you are making a bunch of partial double crochets in the same stitch and then pulling through all of the loops at the end. To make a bobble stitch:

yo, insert your hook into the st and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops. Repeat this a total of 5 times. You should end up with 6 loops on your hook total. Yo one final time and pull through all loops on your hook.

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Instructions for the Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern:

*To avoid sounding redundant and to keep the rows easier to read, I have only included how many of each stitch you will make per row (hdc or bbl). You will ch 1 and turn at the end of every row. The stitch count at the end should always be 139.

The ch 1 does not count as a stitch.

Begin by making a chain of 140. You will make your first hdc of row 1 in the second ch from the hook.

← Row 1 [RS]: (hdc) x 139

β†’ Row 2 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 3 [RS]: (hdc) x 19, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 19 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 4 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 5 [RS]: (hdc) x 17, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 15 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 6 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 7 [RS]: (hdc) x 18, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 17 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 8 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 9 [RS]: (hdc) x 19, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 19 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 10 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 11 [RS]: (hdc) x 139

β†’ Row 12 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 13 [RS]: (hdc) x 139

β†’ Row 14 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 15 [RS]: (hdc) x 9, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 19 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 16 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 17 [RS]: (hdc) x 7, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 15 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 18 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 19 [RS]: (hdc) x 8, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 1, (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 17 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 20 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 21 [RS]: (hdc) x 9, * (bbl) x 1, (hdc) x 19 *. Repeat from * to * across.

β†’ Row 22 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 23 [RS]: (hdc) x 139

β†’ Row 24 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

← Row 25 [RS]: (hdc) x 139

β†’ Row 26 [WS]: (hdc) x 139

Repeat rows 3 – 26 until you have 115 rows.

Color Block Instructions:

Work the number of stitches in each block in the stitch shown. White squares = hdc. Green squares = bbl.

Repeat rows 3-26 until you have 115 rows. For the last two rows, repeat rows 1&2 and then fasten off.

Your pine tree crochet bobble blanket is now ready to proudly display in your home!

So what did you think? This was a fairly simply blanket, right? I really enjoyed making this blanket – I found it to be very relaxing to make and was actually a bit sad when I finished it.

What will YOU do with your newly made crochet throw? I’d love to know! Tag me @spottedhorsedesignco on social media so I can see your lovely creation πŸ™‚

Pine Tree Crochet Bobble Blanket Pattern

 

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