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Kim  Werker tutorial on creating bobbles (or puff stitches, etc) in knit with cro hook (cro hook also useful in any make multiples ie 5-15 in any single stitch)

Kim Werker tutorial on creating bobbles (or puff stitches, etc) in knit with cro hook (cro hook also useful in any make multiples ie in any single stitch)

How to …… Crochet a Bobble within a knitting project - Great Tutorial !!

Tutorial: How to Crochet Bobbles in a Knitting Project. "Knitted bobbles are the biggest pain in the arse. and the thing is this: Dude, you can crochet bobbles without pain.

how to crochet a bobble (rather than knitting it ) by chain 2, 4 dc, remove hook & go thru top two loops of 1st st (not the ch) & back thru loop from dc, pull yarn thru these 3 sts & ch one, placing loop on right needle and cont knitting

how to crochet a bobble (rather than knitting it ) by chain 4 dc, remove hook & go thru top two loops of st (not the ch) & back thru loop from dc, pull yarn thru these 3 sts & ch one, placing loop on right needle and cont knitting

Technique | Never endure the pain of knitting bobbles again! Crochet them instead! So simple and quick.

A pinner says "Never endure the pain of knitting bobbles again! Crochet them instead! So simple and quick." Links to a tutorial How to Crochet Bobbles in a Knitting Project.

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DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to turn panels and knit together on Vimeo

DROPS Knitting Tutorial: How to turn panels and knit together. Several DROPS patterns in our more recent collections are worked in panels th.

A loop pulled through a loop pulled through a loop. The loop shown is a knit stitch BECAUSE it was pulled from the back through to the front - see how it pokes forward/up.

The secret to becoming a great knitter!

Learn to read knitting: A loop pulled through a loop pulled through a loop. The loop shown is a knit stitch BECAUSE it was pulled from the back through to the front - see how it pokes forward/up.