What is the difference between Bobble stitch, Popcorn stitch, and Puff stitch?
One perfect day, some designers were hanging out under a tree, spinning wool directly off a sheep’s back with their perfectly manicured nails while sitting in a swing….
Seriously. We would love to think that is true, but it’s far from it. Some designers barely have time to run errands, much less meet each other. You may also be surprised to know that even designers can get confused about which stitches are which if they’ve never used them or read too many incorrect articles.
This post should start like this: One afternoon, a designer put out a general call for help to make sure she was using the correct stitch name for her pattern and Tamara Kelly took the time to help. Fortunately, she has been building her resources so I swooped in and asked her if I could post it. Ta-da! A post is born.
So here is what Tamara from Moogly says:
Bobble is like a dc5tog, worked on the wrong side- typically.
Popcorn is on the right side, where you take the hook out and replace it on the other side to gather it.
Puff is where you pull up a bunch of loops all together.
Check out her tutorials! You won’t regret it.
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