Crochet Kit - Mesa Ripple Blanket

SKU: B71567

If you’re looking for an extremely easy blanket pattern that will hold your interest through the last stitch, you’ve found it! The Mesa Ripple blanket combines two self striping yarns for color combinations that are effortless and surprising. You’ll have the two row repeat memorized in a flash and be able to sit back and enjoy watching your unique palette unfold. No two blankets will turn out exactly the same!


Pattern Designer Information
Jess Coppom is the maker and doer behind the blog MakeAndDoCrew.com - a creative oasis of free crochet and knit patterns for modern homes and families. Stunning photography and straightforward video tutorials lead readers step-by-step through the process of making something they can be proud of.
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Blanket
Yarn Used
Mandala® - 525, Ferris Wheel - 217
Pattern Gauge
13 sts = 4”, 5.5 rows = 4”
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
3 Light / DK, 4 Medium / Worsted
Dimensions Detail
41” wide x 52” long
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Gift, Home

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Evelyn
Great pattern

The yarns were both great, easy to work. I was hoping for more greens in the Mandela, but I am still happy with the results. The pattern was easy and worked up quickly. I don’t like the digital patterns. I am happy Lion Brand will send me a paper pattern. I wish it was a choice when ordering yarn.

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MARY
Colorful blanket

I made this blanket for my husband. He is tall, so I increased the length. He was happy to receive it and said it turned out very nice.

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Jody Shapiro
Beautiful, satisfying pattern

I love Jess's patterns. This one has just been a delight to make, and is just super useful--I only learned to crochet 2 years ago, so I'm just building my skills and developing a library of go-to patterns to make again and again. This is going to be one of them for sure. I love the way these two yarns and colorways work together (I'm already trying to figure out another colorway pairing for a future project). I was glad neither of these colorways got TOO pale; there still can be a lot of contrast depending how the colors line up, but it's never jarring. The overall effect is quite autumnal, super cozy! I increased the size a little bit (made 71 rows) to get a color repeat I wanted to finish with. This is a gift for my SIL (shhh, don't tell, she won't get it til next month).

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Meredith

Beautiful pattern with easy to follow instructions.

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Jeanie Innis
Great colors, spectacular yarn.

I’m loving working with these yarns for the Mesa blanket. The pattern is fun and easy to remember without being boring. Colors are scrumpruous. I doubt if the striping will appear as the sample pictures, but it’s not going to matter. Its going to be lovely when finished. I want to use the pattern and yarns in another blanket with a change in colors.

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Bobbi
Neat, easy pattern

I am thoroughly enjoying crocheting this blanket pattern. It certainly does lend itself to watching TV while you work! The only reasons why I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 is that the colorway has not played out anything like the picture--the colors are much more muted and I have inordinate amounts of beige spaces punctuated by small areas of the darker colors. Secondly, there are Ferris wheel segments that are so thinned that I had to cut them out. This is the first time I've ever had this problem with any yarn. Otherwise, it is a fun pattern that I will replicate in the future --but, perhaps, with different yarn.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
92%
(12)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Evelyn
Great pattern

The yarns were both great, easy to work. I was hoping for more greens in the Mandela, but I am still happy with the results. The pattern was easy and worked up quickly. I don’t like the digital patterns. I am happy Lion Brand will send me a paper pattern. I wish it was a choice when ordering yarn.

M
MARY
Colorful blanket

I made this blanket for my husband. He is tall, so I increased the length. He was happy to receive it and said it turned out very nice.

J
Jody Shapiro
Beautiful, satisfying pattern

I love Jess's patterns. This one has just been a delight to make, and is just super useful--I only learned to crochet 2 years ago, so I'm just building my skills and developing a library of go-to patterns to make again and again. This is going to be one of them for sure. I love the way these two yarns and colorways work together (I'm already trying to figure out another colorway pairing for a future project). I was glad neither of these colorways got TOO pale; there still can be a lot of contrast depending how the colors line up, but it's never jarring. The overall effect is quite autumnal, super cozy! I increased the size a little bit (made 71 rows) to get a color repeat I wanted to finish with. This is a gift for my SIL (shhh, don't tell, she won't get it til next month).

M
Meredith

Beautiful pattern with easy to follow instructions.

J
Jeanie Innis
Great colors, spectacular yarn.

I’m loving working with these yarns for the Mesa blanket. The pattern is fun and easy to remember without being boring. Colors are scrumpruous. I doubt if the striping will appear as the sample pictures, but it’s not going to matter. Its going to be lovely when finished. I want to use the pattern and yarns in another blanket with a change in colors.

B
Bobbi
Neat, easy pattern

I am thoroughly enjoying crocheting this blanket pattern. It certainly does lend itself to watching TV while you work! The only reasons why I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 is that the colorway has not played out anything like the picture--the colors are much more muted and I have inordinate amounts of beige spaces punctuated by small areas of the darker colors. Secondly, there are Ferris wheel segments that are so thinned that I had to cut them out. This is the first time I've ever had this problem with any yarn. Otherwise, it is a fun pattern that I will replicate in the future --but, perhaps, with different yarn.