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Knitted Bobble Scarf

Booble Scarf Knit

New StashFinally, I started to knit again. My friend shared some knit patterns on her facebook and I can’t resist the temptation to knit again. I need a new scarf, not a thick one but warm and have style to use at the office. I decide to learn new things this time. I choose this pattern and  the Moda Dea Puff yarn from my stashes and use clover circular knit needles number 12 to knit it.

 

Booble Scarf Knit

While doing this scarf, I learned bobble stitch and realize there are more than 1 kind of bobble stitch in knitting. After browse around youtube, finally I found the one that is suitable with the pattern.

The pattern is very easy to follow. I feel bobble stitch is not as hard as I imagined before. Apparently knit 2 together is harder than bobble stitch.

The yarn texture that I chose might not show the bobble stitch clearly, but I feel it’s just as what I wanted. I can ignore any drop stitches because the yarn texture hid any ‘mistakes’ I made.

I embed the video from you tube (posted by Gingerly4it) here for any of you who wants to learn one variant of bobble stitch.

By risna

a housewife who recently learns to knit and crochet, lives in Chiang Mai since 2007, so must learn Thai Language, and had some part time job to do documentation with LaTeX and welcoming for a new family member at the end of 2010

2 replies on “Knitted Bobble Scarf”

Thank you!! You were so precise I followed every stitch to make the bobble. I learned to Knit/Pearl about the age of 13. I really did nothing with knitting until about a year ago at age 67. I am loving it. I especially love U tube to teach me stitches the patterns call for that I didn’t even know existed.. How I wish more young boys/girls would learn to do hand work like knitting=crocheting=etc. Again thank you for your excellent teaching demo. Judy

Hi Judy, I’m glad if you found my posting useful. The youtube video is not mine, I found it while I’m looking for the bobble stitch specified from the pattern. I also love you tube to learn many things in knit and crochet. It is much easier to look up on you tube than to read the instructions on a book 😀

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