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One stitch you will see frequently used in my crochet patterns is the bobble of 2.
I use this stitch to create an increase in the row without increasing the stitch count of the row.
This is helps to close up spaces in between double crochet stitches. These spaces can be extremely noticeable when working with thread as I frequently do.
So, it is very handy to use this stitch when crocheting smaller things like fashion doll clothes and accessories, or where you would rather work double crochet stitches and not worry about having large wholes in the garment.
This stitch is very similar to the "Bobble Stitch" - where 5 double crochet stitches are worked together in the same stitch. The bobble of 2 only works "2" double crochet stitches together in the same stitch rather than the normal "5" used in the original bobble stitch.
***I always abbreviate this stitch as - bobble of 2 - in my patterns.***
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