So, I’m currently about to release 2 new patterns for testing, however I’m working on one that incorporates a bobble st.
How does one write how many double crochets they incorporate in that bobble stitch…I have NO idea how to write this bit without making absolutely no sense whatsoever. Idek how to ask this question
Anyway, I’d appreciate the feedback, as I have zero clue how to elaborate on that step.
You can write in the beginning of the pattern that it uses how much you made your bbl st with. Like “this pattern uses 5dc in a bbl st”, if that was what you were asking
Yes what das said i just bought a pattern that says this and then they did a bobble stitch explanation.
oh my gosh! THANK YOU! That’s exactly what I meant!!
I’ve also seen it written 4 dc bob or 5 dc bob etc
Yes, important to detail the number and what stitch you’re using for the Bobble.
When special stitches are used I add an information line at the start of the pattern before the instructions. Usually under the Notes section and sub title it with Special Stitches and then write out an explanation of how the stitch is made along with the abbreviation that is used.
Here is an example from one of my patterns:
HBhtr (Herringbone Half Treble) = yo, insert hook, yo, draw through st and first loop on hook, yo, draw through both loops on hook.
I hope this helps. Faye