How to use bobbles to stand out in a crowd? Put them on the back of a baby sweater! Yesterday Michelle Hunter revealed an absolutely adorable ewe on the back of the mystery baby sweater I have been knitting.
Finished are the two sleeves, such tiny little arms … only 6-1/2 inches.
And out come the bobbles with the second mystery clue, lots and lots of bobbles to round out a great big ewe on the back of the sweater. I’m about half way through the back and thought it time to take a bobble break to encourage you to jump right in to this fun mystery knit-a-long. We are not only learning how to knit bobbles but we are also tackling.
My tip for knitting bobbles: The nature of a bobble produces a hole right under the bobble. It will usually be diminished by blocking but I like to put a little bit of insurance in my knitting in case it doesn’t. Whilst knitting the backside, tighten up the stitch on either side of the bobble.
The April KAL Adorable Ewe Baby Sweater is free and Michelle, as always, does an excellent job teaching.