How to Crochet a Bobble Hat

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Crocheting a bobble hat will require worsted weight yarn, a G crochet hook and a few other key tools. Crochet a bobble hat with help from the owner of Terri's Yarns & Crafts, a craft supply store in Sevierville, Tennessee, in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Ava Lynne Green with Terri's Yarns & Crafts in Sevierville, Tennessee. Today, I'm going to show you how to crochet a bobble hat. To do this particular hat, you'll need worsted weight yarn, a G crochet hook, scissors and a yarn needle. The bottom of this hat is ribbing, that is done by doing front post and back post double crochets. The bulk of, or the main part of the hat is bobbles. So I'll show you how to do a front post, back post double crochet. You do a chain, however many stitches you need according to the size of the hat that you need. And then, to do a front post, you go from right to left underneath the post of the stitch, not through the top of it, like you normally would. Pull up a loop and complete the double crochet. Back post, you go from back to front, the hook is in front of the post, the post in the back. And complete the double crochet. The bobble is worked by doing the first part of a double crochet, in other words you wrap your yarn, stick your hook through the stitch and pull through two. And then, go back into the same stitch, wrap the yarn, insert your hook, pull through two. And you do that until you have five partially completed double crochets all in the same stitch. And then, wrap the yarn and pull through all the but the last stitch. And then, wrap and pull through the last two. And the bobble poofs out on the front of the stitch, in front of the hat. And so, then just rows of bobbles. And then, when you get up towards the top, there are decreases. And then, the final couple of rounds don't have any bobbles and they just decrease down to small number of stitches that are then pulled into a circle. And the ends are fastened in and hidden with the yarn needle. So that is how you make a bobble hat. You can find the instructions or more details at Terri's Yarns & Crafts.


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