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If you are making this, pls. be aware there are corrections.

http://knitisager.com/shop/page/37?sessid=o8lCoKT65z4d6vzozWMMLJH52IJAKR4QTIwv8oKhHmXLWlxNu9zcFE3uPAoJGEfR&shop_param=

"Bobbles can be any size from three stitches to about nine stitches, but five is the most common. If your instructions don't tell you how big to make the bobble, go with five stitches."

From the picture, it appears that the designer's "bumps" are very small "bobbles". 5-stitch bobble is K1,P1,K1,P1,K1 all in the same stitch to start. How does the pattern tell you to make the bump??
 

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I just finished the Apple Tree blanket from Rowan and it has 112 bobbles. After the first 100 they were easy !! Just kidding.

The ones on the pattern you like are probably more like the Trinity Stitch. I think it is a nice pattern and the texture would be interesting. Don't know if I would spring for the pattern though.

http://www.knitrowan.com/designs-and-patterns/patterns/apple-tree-blanket
 
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