What does bobble mean in knitting?
You make bobbles (see the following figure) by increasing several stitches in a single stitch and then knitting back and forth on them before binding off, creating a knob on the surface of the fabric. The more stitches you increase in a single stitch and the more rows you work on them, the larger the bobble.
What is a bobble stitch in knitting?
Mollie Johanson. To knit a bobble stitch, it’s a bit like knitting in the front and back of a stitch to increase, but you’ll do it more to add more stitches. Knit in the front, back, front, back, front of the same stitch.
How do you knit a bobble hat?
Adult’s Basic Plain Bobble Hat
- To make hat (make 1): Using 5.5mm needles cast on 74 stitches. Work 4 rows in K1, P1 rib.
- Shape Crown: Row 1: K2, [K2tog, K6 ] repeat to end (65 sts) Row 2: Purl to end. Row 3: K2, [K2tog, K5] repeat to end (56 sts) Row 4: Purl to end.
- To make up.