For the Sheep, I mentioned that I utilized a bobble stitch to make the “fluffy look”

Here is an explanation on how to do this type of stitch.

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How to bobble stitch:

  1. Yarn Over, insert hook in next stitch, Yarn Over, pull up one loop, Yarn over, pull up two loops (2 loops on the hook)
  2. Yarn over, insert hook in the same stitch, Yarn over, pull up one loop, Yarn over, pull up two loops (3 loops on the hook)
  3. Yarn over, insert hook in the same stitch, Yarn over, pull up one loop, Yarn over, pull up two loops (4 loops on the hook)
  4. Yarn over an pull up 4 loops.
  5. You have created the bobble! For larger bobbles you can just repeat step 3 until it’s the size you would like, (or if you want it smaller you can do step 1 and 2) but I like doing it so there is 4 loops on the hook because it’s not too large or too small, it give it the perfect “fluffiness”

I alternated between a bobble stitch and a single crochet so that each row was opposite of the previous row. I also noticed that using this stitch created a very large opening so every row I incorporated a decrease stitch so that it would not be so large.

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