New Hope Bobble Blanket by Melu Crochet

This lovely New Hope bobble blanket is a simple pattern designed for mindful, relaxing crochet time. It is a repeating pattern and is made in one colour so you can just keep going! Suitable for beginners.

I called it ‘New Hope’ because I was making it around the time we were hearing about vaccinations and coming out of lockdown 🤗

Now available in my Etsy shop and my Lovecrafts shop and buy now on Ravelry

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Materials
5.5mm hook
Approx amounts of aran yarn:
500g I used hobbycraft Women’s Institute soft and smooth aran in ‘cream’ but any yarn could be substituted, just use the corresponding hook size.
Tapestry Needle

Sizes
Finished blanket measures approx 85cm x 100cm (331⁄2 in x 391⁄2in), ideal for a baby blanket or lap blanket. I give you instructions to make a larger sized blanket.

Tension
12st and 7 rows in dc to 10cm/4in using 5.5mm hook or size needed to obtain tension. This is a guide for sizing and drape but pattern will work if tension is different.
Step by step Bobble stitch guide included

Step by step MELU Crochet Stitch guides included.

🇺🇸 🇬🇧 US and UK terminology versions of the pattern are included in your download 🇺🇸 🇬🇧

Once again my lovely tester Natalie Stokes @monkeyandbearuk worked her magic and came up with this beauty:

Thank you Natalie! Take a look at her profile @monkeyandbearuk for more beautiful inspiration, and she also makes blankets to order if you can’t crochet- YET 🙂

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