Learn The Difference Between 4 Crochet Stitches: Bobble, Puff, Popcorn and Cluster
Learn the difference Between 4 Crochet Stitches: Bobble, Puff, Popcorn and Cluster, which all appear at first glance, to be a similar stitch.
You are basically working multiple stitches or parts of stitches into the same stitch. These stitches stand out from the fabric in a rounded shape, and give greater texture to your project.
From top left to bottom right, you are looking at the puff stitch, bobble stitch, cluster stitch and finally popcorn stitch.
- Starting with the Bobble Stitch, see the videos provided.
- The Puff Stitch is nearly the same as the Bobble Stitch, but with a chain 1 added before moving on to the next stitch.
- Cluster Stitches are often referred to as bobbles… but are really quite different. They are in fact a dc4tog US.
- Finally the Popcorn Stitch, which perhaps gives you the greatest texture and ‘bobble’ of them all.
Differences between 3 of the 4, created by Bella Coco- Thank you!
Here is a video tutorial for Right Handers on how to crochet the Bobble Stitch. Created by Michelle aka Dora, over at Dora Does:
And For left handers, also by Michelle aka Dora, over at Dora Does:
To see this amazing, written and photographic tutorial, by Michelle aka Dora, over at Dora Does, please click here: What’s the difference between the crochet bobble stitch, puff stitch, popcorn and cluster stitches?
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Featured image-Michelle aka Dora, over at Dora Does-thank you!