Ah, the Vintage Bobble Cloche, so highly addictive to make and then so statement-makingly striking to sport. I adapted this pattern from a 1970s Crochet pamphlet someone didn’t know what else to do with, so they gave it to me. Total score!
This cloche is best made from yarns that are lightweight, yet have plenty of their own structure, like Rowan Savannah, a cotton yarn with a silk thread twisted around it. This way the bobbles have maximum three-dimensionality.
Once you learn how to make these crocheted bobbles, you can stick them in a variety of different projects, from bags to pillows to baby blankets. Crocheted bobbles are super fun and strangely meditative to make. It’s hard to explain these feelings to those who don’t crochet, isn’t it? I don’t even try…
Download the free pdf of the Vintage Bobble Cloche here.