By popular demand, I’ve curated my favorite Bubble Knit Roundup of Projects you’ll love to make! This is a beautiful loose bobble knit stitch pattern that can be created into amazing pieces like hats, scarves, baby clothes, blankets, and more.
Enjoy my collection below of knitting projects by myself and other creative knitwear designers who have created clever patterns using the Bubble Stitch. Which Bubble Stitch Knitting project below will you cast on next?
There is no limit to the knitting pattern possibilities with the beautiful Bubble Knit Stitch. Along with other knitwear designers, I have enjoyed creating projects using this textured stitch. I hope you find a pattern that speaks to you!
Today we are knitting up the pretty, cozy Bubble Stitch Pattern. You can create this Bubble Knit Pattern into a wide variety of creative fashion projects like scarves, cowls, hats, and shawls. This Bubble Knit Stitch Pattern is three dimensional, has a lot of texture, and is totally addictive to knit up! Since we’re cinching up […]
This Bubble Beanie Hat knitting pattern is my new favorite fashion accessory! My Bubble Knit Stitch Pattern is really popular right now, so I thought it would be great if I designed a hat that we can all knit up together. This knitted hat pattern is perfect if you are in love with the bubble stitch pattern […]
Today, let’s knit a Bubble Pussy Hat for the Women’s March! I love the simple construction of the standard “classic” Pussy Hat. It is just a rectangle shape knitted on straight knitting needles with knits and purls, then folded into a very powerful and meaningful hat. Recently, the Bubble Knit Stitch pattern has been a big […]
The inspiration for this sweater came from the interesting texture of bubblewrap stitch. This is a very simple design with a keyhole on the nape that closes with two buttons. The sweater is knit from the top down in the round, with no seams. The sleeves are knit two at a time in the round, and finally the body is knit in the round.
This cowl is knitted up in Madeline Tosh yarn and written for two different weights of yarn, making it easy to customize. Worked in the round the simple slip stitch pattern is simple to memorize and makes a portable knitting project. We think the color combinations are endless, each yielding a completely different garment.
The Bubble Stitch is so beautiful that even one color yarn makes it really stand out. Here's knitwear desginer Tree Crispin's Baby Blanket with a finished size of 40" x 45" using size 7 US knitting needles and Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran weight yarn.
I love the edging details! Knitwear designer Meghan Super created a free knitting pattern for this colorful baby blanket in the Bubble Stitch. It knits up with size 6 US knitting needles and DK weight yarn. The finished size of this cozy blanket is 32" x 32" square.