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Old C & C Ripple pattern name?

Posted by queenb (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 27, 09 at 1:17

Does anyone happen to own a copy of Coats & Clark's Afghans Old & New Favorites No. 255, published in 1976? I need the name of the pattern of the afghan on the cover. I got the pattern several years back on the inside of a yarn sleeve, but have since lost the sleeve with the instructions. I managed to find a photo of it, but I cannot seem to find the instructions to this old pattern anywhere on the Internet because I don't have the proper name for it. Being as old as it is, I'm hoping it might be posted somewhere so I can print a copy off. My afghan is only half done (typical of me to forget it for a few years, then work on it again), and I'm stuck on a point I can't remember. Counting stitches has been kind of useless, since I can't make out what I've done. *sigh*

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RE: Old C & C Ripple pattern name?

I believe I may have this book, but I am out of town for the weekend. If I remember correctly, it may be called Chevron.

RE: Old C & C Ripple pattern name?

That sounds about right, if I'm remembering correctly...Rainbow Chevron, or something like that. Thanks. I've located a booklet and had a link mailed to me, so I'm looking at buying one just so I won't lose the pattern again.

RE: Old C & C Ripple pattern name?

Argh! I got my booklet and found that the pattern has been revised! Not at big issue, though. I found out that my mom has the recent one stored on her computer. She said I gave it to her a few years back. Go figure...I've slept since then!

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