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Bobble Blossom

This generic pattern can be used with whatever yarn and hook/needle size you prefer. For more information see this guide to our StitchFinder.

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Vibrant color adds to the impact of a raised bobble-and-leaf design. Because of the variety of cables involved, the instructions are given as a chart.

METHOD
Yarn Sport-weight wool in lime green (A), fuchsia (B), and bright green (C)

Equipment A pair of knitting needles and a cable needle

 

 

Chart key

 

Using A, cast on 27 sts by the thumb method.
Now pattern from the chart, reading RS rows from right to left and WS rows from left to right, as indicated by the row numbering.
Note On 17th row begin Leaf 1 shown on the right-hand side of the main chart and on 21st row begin Leaf 2 shown on the left-hand side of the chart. The first row of each leaf is worked (k1, yo, k1, yo, k1) in one st. The st count is then as shown on the charts.
When 33rd row has been completed, bind off knitwise.
To neaten the sides, RS facing and using A, pick up and k27 sts along one edge then bind off knitwise.
Do the same along second edge.

ABBREVIATIONS / REFERENCES

c2b = slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold at back, k1 then k1 from cable needle c2bp = slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold at back, k1 then p1 from cable needle
c2f = slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold at front, k1 then k1 from cable needle c2fp = slip 1 stitch onto cable needle and hold at front, p1 then k1 from cable needle
k = knit k2tog = knit 2 together
k2sso = knit 2 together, slip stitch just made on to left-hand needle, pass next stitch over it, slip stitch back on to right-hand needle RS = right side
p1A = Note that the last stitch of each supplementary chart is p1A on WS    sk2po = slip 2 stitches as if to knit 2 together, knit 1, pass the slipped stitches over
skpo = skip 1 stitch knitwise, knit 1, pass slipped st st(s) = stitch(es)
yo = yarn over WS = wrong side

Excerpted with permission from 75 Floral Blocks to Knit by Lesley Stanfield, St. Martin's Griffin, 2013.