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Ripple Tan and Blue Afghan
Created By: C Crafter
Craft: knit
Materials: I used a variegated yarn, a tan yarn and a soft blue yarn, various brands. The pattern calls for Lion Brand's Wool-Ease Thick and Quick (9 skeins wheat, 6 skeins fisherman #099, and 3 skeins white)and size N/15 (10mm) crochet needle. I used different yarn and a different size needle than as described in the pattern.
Pattern Source: book: Classic Ripple Blanket

This is a crochet ripple afghan from a pattern card kit. The ripple effect in the picture captured my attention. Since this is the first time I've used the ripple stitch, at first I thought it would be difficult, but it was sooo easy. The pattern uses the single crochet stitch. In summary (abbreviated) the pattern goes like this:

Chain 135

* 3 starter single crochet

* Crochet 6

* skip 2 stitches

* crochet 7

* 3 single crochet in one stitch (this makes the angle)

* single crochet 7 etc.

When you get to the end of the row. .

* single crochet 6

* skip one

* sc into the last stitch.

(final size 56 x 75)



 
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