The puffball knitting pattern is an easy knit stitch that do not required a lot of knitting experience.
The stitch is modern and often knitted in bulky yarn, especially the sleeves of an oversized sweater.
This is a statement knitting stitch.
Whatever you use the pattern for, enjoy knitting it!
puffball knitting pattern
MORE ABOUT puffball STITCH
Puffball knitting pattern is:
- is a bobble stitch pattern;
- the bobbles are created by creating a cluster of stitches by knitting it seperately a couple of rows;
- thus raising the surface of your knitting project.
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knitting techniques used:
- Casting on stitches
- How to make a knit stitch
- How to purl
- Casting off stitches
size / dimensions (approximate):
5" wide (13cm) x 5" long (13cm)
The pattern is easy enough for a beginner knitter with some knitting experience.
k - knit
p - purl
rep - repeat
st - stitch
sts - stitches
ws - wrong side
knitting pattern instructions
puffball stitch PATTERN
Use multiples of 10 sts + 2
The wrong side of your knitting, will form your front side.
I knit the sample using 32 sts over 48 rows.
Knit as follows:-
Row 1(ws) - purl
2nd Row - knit
3nd Row - purl
4th Row - k1, *(k5, turn, purl 5) x 3 = 6 rows in stocking stitch on these 5 sts, k10; rep from *to end, k1
5th Row - purl
6th Row - knit
7th Row - purl
8th Row - k6, *(k5, turn, purl 5) x 3 = 6 rows in stocking stitch on these 5 sts, k10; rep from *to last 6sts, k6
Repeat these 8 rows until your work is the desired length.
Cast off and weave in ends.
WHERE TO USE GARTER STITCH
- Wearable items
- Home articles
- Use to make statements in bulky yarn
to wrap it up:
The puffball knitting pattern will add texture to your knitting project and is definitely a eye-catcher!
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