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crochet ripple afghan pattern wanted

Posted by dllfb (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 26, 08 at 12:31

I am looking for a ripple afghan pattern I made for someone a few years back. It had clusters of double crochets but was not hole-y. It looks quite like the Granny Ripple Afghan pic found on the pattern central site for afghans...but is not that one. Looks kind of aztec like that though. If anyone can help me with this request...I'd greatly appreciate it!!!!


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RE: crochet ripple afghan pattern wanted

Try this: chain multiples of 23 as wide as you want the blanket to be then skip first 2 stitches, one dc in each of next 10 stitches, 3dc in next stitch, 1 dc in each of next 10 stitches, skip 2 stiches and repeat. For the next row, chain 3, skip next stitch, dc in next 9 then carry on with the pattern. If you want more (narrower) waves try 5dc/3dc/5dc skip 2 instead of 10dc/3dc/10dc skip 2.
It's one of my favorite patterns. I learned it from my Grandma. I've used it so many times I can make a blanket in the dark while I watch a movie.


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