Vintage Wobble Afghan Tutorial

The Vintage Wobble Afghan pattern debuted last fall, and it was a very special pattern to share – be sure to read the story behind this great stitch HERE! And one of the many awesome things about this pattern is that it’s a one row repeat! All the variation is in the colors, so it’s super easy to memorize, and it makes a fantastic stitch buster. However, the stitch placement on that one row can be a little tricky… so at your request, here’s a tutorial for how to crochet the Vintage Wobble Afghan!

Learn how to crochet the Vintage Wobble Afghan stitch in this video tutorial! From mooglyblog.com

Vintage Wobble Afghan Video Tutorial

In the video tutorial I’ve used Red Heart With Love and  US-J,  6.0 mm hook made by Craftwich Creations. The pattern uses a multiple of 12 stitches, plus 7, plus 2 for the starting chain. And yes, I did miss the second to last stitch in the very last row in the tutorial – but I think you get the idea!

I can’t really do a photo tutorial for this stitch, since it’s just one row, but I’ve included the closeup picture from the pattern below, as well as the chart (hand-drawn by yours truly).  If you remember that each row is a new color here, you can see where the stitches go within the pattern. There’s a full repeat represented in both the photo and the chart! And of course you’ll find the full written instructions on the original pattern page.

Vintage Wobble Afghan Tutorial - free #crochet pattern! From mooglyblog.comVintage Wobble Afghan Tutorial - free #crochet pattern! From mooglyblog.com

Easy enough I hope! This is such a great stitch pattern – easily memorized and perfect for passing down to your own grandchildren – you’ll be able to tell them how you learned it on the internet back when people had to use computers and tablets and phones to connect! I hope you’ve enjoyed the Vintage Wobble Afghan tutorial – let me know what other stitch tutorials you’d like to see here on Moogly!

Written pattern, photos and chart copyright Tamara Kelly 2013/2014. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others, including the first photo in the post if desired. If you wish to make items for sale from this pattern, please visit the About page for details.
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  1. 2

    albertine says

    I’m wondering why you break the yarn. Is it easier then to crochet the edge? And you don’t have to tie off the ends? I’m used to ending the last stitch with the new color.
    Very nice stitch!

  2. 3

    Carrie says

    This is so beautiful. Love the colors, love the stitch
    I was wondering if you had a program that drew those charts for you? Or is this one hand drawn? I’ve been looking for a chart pogam for a long time so this would be very helpful. Or someone could teach me how to draw the stitches neatly :)

    • 4

      Tamara Kelly says

      This one is hand-drawn, but since then I have invested in a program! :) Stitchworks Crochet Charts.

      • 5

        Carrie says

        Thanks so much Tamara! I truly thought that you had a special program that made it look hand drawn! It’s so neat! Go ahead and laugh at me, I am :D

        • 6

          Tamara Kelly says

          :D Hey, I take it as a compliment! I won’t tell you how long it took me to learn to do it by hand… so much wasted paper!!

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    Carolyn Stutz says

    Hi! I found your blog through allfreecrochet.com. I’ve made several of your infinity scarves and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve hit up your tutorials and learned so much about the standing DC, the magic circle, the chainless beginning crochet. I don’t remember all the names, but let me just say I so appreciate all your work – patterns AND tutorials. I learned how to crochet in 7th grade and have been doing so for the last 40 years. However! you have given me so much inspiration and challenged me to do different things. Again, thank you!

    Now my question: I would love to make this afghan smaller. I know you said it’s multiples of 12 plus 7 plus 2, but to clarify, if I were to just double that would it be 24 plus 14 plus 2? or is it 24 plus 7 plus 2? I’m chomping at the bit to get started so I may play until I get a response :)

    thank you once again for all your efforts and making crochet fun again!

    • 8

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Carolyn! Thank you so much! :D I really appreciate you saying so!

      Now, multiple of 12 plus 7, plus 2… what you want to do is multiply 12 times the number of repeats you want, then add 7 to “finish” the last repeat, and then add 2 for the initial turning chain. So your second equation is correct – to double it (about small washcloth size), you’d want 24 plus 7, plus 2 = 33 ch to start. If you wanted to make a baby blanket, you’d probably want to start around 144 +7 +2, or a starting ch of 153. I hope that helps! :)

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        Carolyn Stutz says

        Hello again! Thanks for replying. Actually I started plugging away last night and after five tries with different numbers I came back and finally saw someone else had asked a similar question and your reply to her gave me the impetus to try one more time. I then had to force myself to stop and go to bed last night. I am loving this. I love that it works up so quickly. I love the pattern. I confess I’m only using variegated yarn so it’s not as gorgeous as yours, but it still looks really nice. I bought the yarn THEN looked for a pattern to use…haha.
        I’m thinking this may not be the last one I make.
        Thank you!
        Carolyn

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