I'm not great at writing patterns but here's a rough guide on how to make it (it's written in UK terms and assumes you know how to make a bobble)
(Edited 21/11/16) If you want to know more about making bobbles and bobble patterns click here
- Make a foundation chain of 178 sts then work four rows of dc, working 1 ch before turning at the end of each row.
- For the first bobble row work 4 dc then make the first bobble, then work 5 dc before making the next bobble and so on, working 5 dc between each bobble to the end and finishing the row with 4 dc after the last bobble.
- Work 3 rows of dc.
- For the second bobble row work 7 dc, make the first bobble, work 5 dc before making the next bobble and so on, working 5 dc between each bobble to the end and finishing the row with 7 dc after the last bobble.
- Repeat these two bobble rows (with the 3 rows of dc in between them) until your blanket is the size you want, working 4 rows of dc after the very last bobble row.
Because the blanket is quite busy with bobbles I opted for a simple crab stitch edging in a contrasting colour. To neaten the sides I worked a row of dc all around the blanket in the Parchment, working 3dc into the corners to keep the square shape, then I went round in dc again in Stylecraft Special Chunky Graphite before working the final round in crab stitch in the same colour (1 ball was just about enough).
I love these bobbles and I like the dimples they make on he wrong side almost as much!
Hope all is well out there ...