Tunisian Bobble-licious Baby Blanket

Tunisian Bobble-licious Baby Blanket
Tunisian Bobble-licious Baby Blanket

New Tunisian Bobbles Baby Blanket designed by Anita Grover will have you ‘bob bob’ bobb’lin around with diamond formation for her latest baby blanket.

I am bursting with excitement to share with you my latest Tunisian design.  It is the Bobble-licious Baby blanket.  I created it using Bernat Baby Sport yarn.  It is the perfect yarn.  It is lightweight, soft and defines the stitches perfectly.

I choose to use the Tunisian Simple Stitch and I modified the bobble stitch to make the bobbles be the perfect tiny size for your little ones.  The texture of this blanket is amazing.  Your little ones are going to enjoy feeling the texture of the bobbles while being wrapped in lots of love.  I would call this an intermediate pattern.  The stitches are easy but there is counting necessary to keep the bobbles forming the diamond shape.  This may look intimidating but don’t worry, we can do this together.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I have enjoyed creating it.  I totally enjoy Tunisian crochet and realize the lack of patterns available.  I am giving this to you so you have a few more options available for creating a blanket that brings you joy while making it.  There is nothing better than seeing a precious little one wrapped in love.

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Free Pattern: Tunisian Bobble-licious Baby Blanket

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8 Comments

  1. JenniferL

    Hi! Quick question…do we have 89 stitches to work with or 87? When I get to the 4th row and do the math ( hopefully I did it correctly lol) I get 87 stitches.

    • Anita has 89 stitches. Do you need her to relook at the work?

  2. Martha D

    Where is the pattern for the Tunisian Bobblelicious Baby Blanket? When I click the link, it just keeps reloading the same article about it but no pattern.

  3. MaggieD

    Your links don’t work. They go in a circle back to this main page only, not to the pattern page.

    • It appears we have a malfunction on the site. It’s just been fixed. I’m sorry.

      • Maggie D

        You are the best Mikey!!! I totally appreciate you and all that you do to help us on this yarn-work journey.

      • Sorry for my late response. Thank you for your trust. I love this journey too.

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