The chunky bobble beanie you’ve been waiting for is finally here! The Snowbound Bobble Beanie will delight your friends and customers with its bulky bobbles and perfect fit. The texture, warmth, and comfort of this design can’t be beat. Make one today and you’ll be hooked!
Ok, if you’ve been following along for any length of time, you know that I have an obsession with bobbles and this new design is a little bit of a guilty pleasure, in that respect.
The Snowbound Bobble Beanie was actually birthed about a year ago, as an accessory to be work with the Snowbound Cowl, but there never seemed to be the perfect time to release it, until now.
So, here it is! I’m just sad that I don’t have a photo of the bobble hat being worn because it is SO CUTE!
Sadly, due to our recent move, everything we own is in storage as we wait to build our dream home on a happy little mountaintop in Colorado. So, I wasn’t able to get my hands on the hat in time for a proper photo shoot.
No worries, though, I’ll get some photos done as soon as we get moved into our temporary living quarters in the barn…hopefully, before Christmas!
Until then, I know you’re going to love working on this one-hour crochet project for this amazing, chunky, bobbly goodness. Enjoy!
The Snowbound Bobble Beanie
Easy (Adventurous Beginner)
- Lion Brand Hometown USA, super bulky weight #6 yarn. (100% acrylic, 81 yds/74 m per 5 oz/142 g skein)
- 1 skein Dallas Grey
- 10.00 mm (N) Crochet Hook
- Sewing needle
- Branded product tag (optional)
- Printable PDF Pattern for the Snowbound Bobble Beanie
Should measure 5″ after working the pattern for 4 rows.
Women’s: fits head circumference 20″- 22″
beg – Beginning
CH – Chain
HDC – Half-double Crochet
MBS – Modified Bobble Stitch
RND – Round(s)
SC – Single Crochet
SLST – Slip Stitch
st(s) – Stitch(es)
- Skill Level: Easy (Adventurous Beginner)
- US Terminology
- All sts are worked through both loops unless otherwise indicated.
- When a row begins with a CH1, the ch does not count as a st.
- Please read through full pattern before beginning your project.
Modified Bobble Stitch (MBS): Worked similarly to the regular bobble stitch but with 3 incomplete double crochet stitches instead of 5,
YO, insert hook into next st and pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops (two loops remain on the hook,
YO, insert hook into the same st and pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops (three loops remain on the hook),
YO, insert hook into the same st and pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops (four loops remain on the hook),
YO, pull through all four loops on the hook.
Note: normally, a bobble stitch will be popped toward the back. Since this piece is worked in the round, our bobble will be popped to the front. (I know it’s unorthodox, but it works!)
Here’s a video tutorial on how to create this modified bobble stitch. https://youtu.be/tlVFYcfykuo
Half-double Crochet worked into the third loop: Worked similarly to a regular half-double crochet except that the stitch will be worked not into the front or back loop, but the third loop which sits directly below the back loop.
Here’s a video tutorial on how to hdc in the third loop: https://youtu.be/3uOOuGWZjlw
How to Make This Fun Bobble Beanie
Working into a magic ring or a ch-3 loop,
RND 1: CH1, SC 8. Join with SLST to beg SC. (8 SCs)
RND 2: CH1, 2 SC in same st as beg CH-1 and each st around. Join with SLST to beg SC. (16 SCs)
RND 3: CH1, SC in same st as beg CH-1, *MBS in next st, SC in next st*, repeat * to * 6 more times, MBS in last st. Join with SLST to beg SC. (8 SCs, 8 MBSs)
RND 4: CH1, 2 HDC in same st as beg CH-1, *HDC in next st, 2 HDC in next st,* repeat * to * around until one st remains. HDC in last st. Join with SLST to beg HDC. (24 HDCs)
RND 5: (working in the third loop) CH1, 2 SC in same st as beg CH-1, *SC in next 2 sts, 2 SC in next st,* repeat from * to * around until two sts remain. SC in last 2 sts. Join with SLST to beg SC.(32 SCs)
RND 6: CH1, SC in same st as beg CH-1, *MBS in next st, SC in next st*, repeat * to * 14 more times, MBS in last st. Join with SLST to beg SC. (16 SCs, 16 MBSs)
RND 7: CH1, 2 HDC in same st as beg CH-1, *HDC in next 7 sts, 2 HDC in next st,* repeat * to * around until 7 sts remain. SC in next 7 sts. Join with SLST to beg HDC. (36 HDCs)
RND 8: (working in the third loop) CH1, SC in same st as beg CH-1 and each st around. Join with SLST to beg SC. (36 SCs)
RND 9: CH1, SC in same st as beg CH-1, *MBS in next st, SC in next st*, repeat * to * 16 more times, MBS in last st. Join with SLST to beg SC. (18 SCs, 18 MBSs)
RND 10: CH1, HDC in same st as beg CH-1 and each st around. Join with SLST to beg HDC. (36 HDCs)
RND 11: Repeat rnd 8.
RND 12: Repeat rnd 9.
RND 13: (working in back loop) CH1, SC in same st as beg CH-1 and each st around. Join with SLST to beg SC. (36 SCs)
RND 14 – 16: Repeat rnd 13.
Finish off. Tuck ends. Add product tag.
Get Your Bobble Beanie PDF Pattern
Suggested Pricing: a Guide for Crochet Sellers
Permission is given (even encouraged) to sell your handmade products created from this original Made with a Twist pattern. I only ask that you give credit to Pam Grice from Made with a Twist as the designer, when possible, and link back to www.madewithatwist.com and/or @madewithatwist (on social media) when selling and sharing images online.
Suggested Retail Price
- Marketing to bargain shoppers is not recommended.
- Increase value for boutique buyers with luxury yarns, packaging, and/or embellishments for boutique shoppers.
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