November 2, 2011

34 Bobble Blanket



Just finished this blanket and couldn't wait to post it. I love the texture of this blanket. I keep running my hands  over it because its such a fun texture. I really want to make a rug like this. I'm becoming more and more obsessed with crochet and I'm currently working on another crochet blanket and a bunch of Christmas presents. I hope my family/friends like crocheted things. 


Also thinking of starting up a crochet club where you would come over and I would teach you how to crochet. And we would have tea and crumpets and talk about life and let our kiddos run wild. Anyone in Provo/Utah area interested?
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34 comments:

  1. this is beautiful. pleeease teach me to crochet.

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  3. Brooke and I are totally down for a class! That would be so fun, just like our miamaid days :)

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  4. Sooo pretty. It's even better in person, too.

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  5. How coool!! I was just thinking the other day I wish you could teach me!

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  6. I made a blanket just like this for my niece and wanted to make another one and can't find the pattern. Can you give me a quick overview of how each bobble is made? Pretty Please?
    marjen at altelco dot net

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  7. Where could I find a pattern for this?? It's so cuuuute!

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  8. I'm also interested in the pattern!? It's gorgeous!

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  9. Thanks! I just updated this post and added where I found the pattern.

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  10. How long did this take you?? Its gorgeous!

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  11. It took about 3 weeks. It was pretty easy and fast.

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  12. beautiful! I'm working on one now - I adore this pattern!

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  13. I love the colors you used. What yarn did you use for your blanket?

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  14. I used Lionbrand cotton ease yarn. They have a bunch of really good colors.

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  15. Hi Andrea, I found you on Pinterest and LOVE your blog and ideas! I am crocheting, but never have learned how to properly switch colors. Do you just tie and knot and tuck the ends or is there a better way. I would love to know how you do it. Thanks!

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  16. http://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-change-colors-in-crochet/ This is a good tutorial of how to change colors. And then you just weave in the ends with a needle.

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  17. Thank you for sharing the pattern. I am very new at crocheting and thought this might be a good project to begin with.

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  18. I am very interested!! I love your blanket!

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  19. I am curious. The pattern is for a baby size. Did you make yours bigger, or did you make it the size in the pattern. If you made it bigger, do you remember at all how many more stitches you made it? I know, that might be a crazy question, lol.

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  20. Thank you for sharing!!! I also love your work!! I noticed you used Lionbrand cotton eased yarn...is it soft yarn?? My kids are so picky!! They only love the soft, soft yarn. Any suggestions? Or is the yarn you used perfect? Thanks for your time!!

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    1. It's not the softest yarn, but I absolutely love it. It doesn't get fuzzy like other blankets and it looks really nice. If you want a little bit softer yarn, use Hobby Lobby's I Love this Cotton yarn. It's a little bit softer than Lion Brand's yarn.

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  21. Are you still thinking of doing a crochet club? I live in Orem and would be interested.

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  22. I came across this randomly on pinterest and you can't believe how small our world is when I found out you live in Utah as well! I've been wishing for a crochet club! I just wish you were a BIT closer. I live in Logan right now....sad!

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  23. so cute. can't wait to make one of my own. I think I'll line the back with some fabric.

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  24. How wide/ long is the blanket in the end?

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  25. I would love this pattern, it's absolutley beautiful. I am currently expecting my 5th son and am working on the lego blanket that you have posted for him. I would love to be able to make this one for him also. I have a few months till his arrival and would love to have a few blankets for him when he graces us.

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  26. Please tell me that this is for sale! Or that you'll be putting one like this on Etsy soon. It's an absolutely beautiful blanket!

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  27. Perhaps you wll consider posting a YouTube video for those of us outside of your state.

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  28. This is absolutely beautiful! And it uses one of my favorite stitches ever!!

    I am stopping over via a pin on Pinterst!

    Helen
    Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

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  29. just found your blog, and I can't wait to try this blanket!

    I would love to be in a knitting club or crochet club, but I'm in MN--a few of us do meet for coffee some weekends and crochet or knit, it's wonderful:)

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  30. Looks like sooner or later all of us end up crocheting a bobble blanket, no matter where we are :). I am working on a "German version" right now. You're choice of colors is beautiful. Thanks for blogging - I enjoyed reading your posts.

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