Bobble Heart Pattern

This free Bobble Heart crochet pattern is a super fun little project! They’re fast to whip up and make a great yarn scrap buster, using only 2 gm of blanket yarn each. They can be added to other crochet projects or given as a little stand-alone gift for someone special.

Let’s get to it!

These little bobble hearts are a simple series of stitches, all worked into a magic circle, or magic ring. For the full tutorial, check out my YouTube video HERE.

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Bulky yarn scraps (5) in any color, only 2 gm needed for each heart.

(Bernat Blanket Dappled Yarn in the color “Peachy Keen” used in these photos)

7mm hook

Yarn needle



MC – magic circle

CH – chain

3X BB – 3x bobble stitch

HDC – half double crochet

DC – double crochet

SL ST – slip stitch

YO – yarn over


3X BB (3x bobble stitch)

YO, insert hook into ST, draw up a loop, YO, draw through first 2 loops on hook) x3 for 4 total loops on hook, YO, draw through all 4 loops to complete.


Start by making a MC, CH 2

The following are all worked into the center of the ring:



1 DC



CH 2

SL ST into the center of the ring.

Pull ring closed, cut yarn and knot at the back, weave in ends.

Hands starting to make a pink crochet bobble heart
Hands starting to make a pink crochet bobble heart
Hands making a pink crochet bobble heart
Hands making a pink crochet bobble heart

And your Bobble Heart is finished! I hope you have as much fun as I have making piles of these cute little hearts!

These little hearts are a great project for Valentines Day! Check out this Willow Whale blog post for free downloadable Valentines!

Happy crocheting!

Check out some of my other blog posts here:

Mable Nest Crochet Pattern

Mabel Mods – Rooster Edition!

Mama Mabel Mod