Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

Up until anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet) few weeks ago, I’d never made a granny square. It’s a category of crochet that I hadn’t gotten around to trying yet.

But, as I’m getting a little tired of making striped blankets, I just felt like it was time to change things up a bit and try something new. After taking a look at different free patterns offered, I came to realize that there is really nothing complicated about a granny square. Like all crochet patterns, it’s simply a matter of math and angles, which is how my brain likes to work. So, for my very first granny square, I decided to just go ahead and design my own! I’ll release the pattern for a full blanket soon. But for now, here’s a simple pattern for a modern granny square that will brighten any room.

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Click here for instructions on how to complete the Wildflower Afghan. Pattern Permissions This is a FREE pattern, and by using it, you’re agreeing to the following legally-protected conditions. Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet littlemonkeyscrochet. Do not resell the pattern, altered or in its original form. Do not copy and paste the pattern onto your own blog, in a Facebook group, or anywhere else. Simply link to this page instead. Anything beyond this is copyright theft, regardless of what your pattern-sharing buddies tell you.

Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

Pattern is written in American standard terms. Fasten off and weave in all ends. Attach yarn via one of the loops on the back side of the finished flower. Remember in Round 3 when we worked in FLO? The loop we didn’t use is the loop we’re using now.

2 DC in each remaining St around. Join to top of first true DC. HDC in each of the next 3 Sts. SC in each of the next 3 Sts. DC being the Ch3 from the beginning of the round. Join to top of 1st true DC. Join with a Sl St to top of 1st true DC.

Each side should consist of 15 DC, not including the DCs that make up the corners. Each side should consist of 19 DC, not including the DCs that make up the corners. Pattern Permissions This is a FREE pattern, and by using it, you’re agreeing to the following legally-protected conditions. Anything beyond this is copyright theft. If you would like to help make a translation available, I am happy to publish it on my blog with a link to your blog or Crochet-related Facebook page. For a detailed explanation of why this hurts designers, please contact me. I welcome all comments and questions as long as they are spoken with kindness, and I will always try to extend the same respect to you with my replies.

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You are such a clever girl, Rebecca. Those flowers are gorgeous and I look forward to seeing how you put them together to make your blanket. This is a beautiful square and has so much potential to be used in so many things. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

I can’t wait to try this out! I love the colors that you are using! I had to order the Banana and Star Dust, as I couldn’t find them in any of my craft stores. You can find them on Amazon. I just love the colors you used! Thank you for being so generous to share your patterns! Thank you for all the patterns.

So sweet of you to share! I am always anxious to see what is new when I see I have a new e-mail! Thank you for such kind words! Well that is just cute as it can be!

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I will try your pattern soon! Thanks for sharing with us ! 35031 PLEASE send me a copy. Hope I can make it soon. Pam, the pattern is viewable right on the blog post. This is lovely, thank you for sharing it with us! Pretty neat how you developed the flower first than the square!

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Thank you, but I can’t take credit for the idea, it’s definitely been done before. I can’t wait to post one! Wonderful pattern, thanks so much for sharing ! Stopping by from Inspired Wren link party. Thank you so much for stopping by, Kimberlee!

Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

Your generous spirit of giving and sharing is appreciated out here in the crochet world. Thank You for sharing this pattern and making the directions so easy to follow! I am totally in love with how cute this came out and look forward to making many more! I’m glad it was easy to follow! I always wonder how it reads to others, so that’s always wonderful feedback to hear. Thank you so much for the tutorial, very easy to follow. I already made plans for an afgan for my niece as a bday gift.

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I wish you to explan also how to get them together. I’m so glad you were able to follow it! When I decide how to stitch them together, I will be sure to share. OW DID THE side DC go from 15 to 19 in the last round. I DC in each one of the 15, excluding the corner directions, and end up with the 15 original ones.

How does it increase to 19? You don’t exclude the DCs from the previous corner. When you did round 6, you did 15 DCs plus 2 on each side of those DCs, which helped to build a new corner for Round 7. I am very confused about round 3.

I recently found ur sight when decided to try to make hats! I’ve always shyed away from granny squares cause thought it’d be too difficult. I just kept reading n you answered the question before I asked, lol! I made one of your hat patterns n granddaughters loved them! Thank you so much for the tutorial, very easy for a beginner to follow. Hello, I am very happy about find your site it is very very useful, your crochet is nice and comfortably for me , I’m living in Iran but love your site with videos its sample for doing. I hope be happy in your life.

I love making new friends from all over the world. I am a beginner crocheter venturing into the world of granny squares. If I figure it out I will let you know. Has anyone tried to make these in a hexagon. I would love to but not sure the best way to do that, I am still fairly new at crocheting. I did try following the instructions, it looked more like a star. Then tried with all double crochet and no hdc and sc and it wrinkles to much.

It also wrinkles when following instructions. So I am at a loss as to what other adjustments to make with it. Hi, how many skeins of each color is need? For the blanket, I unfortunately didn’t write it down. I made this pattern back when I wasn’t taking fully detailed notes of my processes. For most of the colors, 1 should be sufficient. You’ll need more of white if you follow my color scheme.

I fell in love with this blanket and so I taught myself to crochet so I could make it. A year later I finally got my own blanket and I absolutely love it! Thank you so much for sharing your talents. Thanks for the detailed and clear explanation of how to tie a square surround the flower. I’m working with this charming pattern all this month. Thank you so much for your generosity sharing with us.

So many ways to use this pattern! Thanks for your help and great effort . Please how can I get more patterns instructions like this one. Thought this was you when I saw you on Pinterest. I see you are still doing beautiful crochet work. I no longer do the dolls except for family members by request, but am back to the knitting and crochet to keep the hands limber. Will use your square pattern in a spring bag for my daughter!

I’m intending to make up a lot of these and then join together for a pretty blanket. Just made a sample of this flower granny square. I plane on making a afghan and make a few changes to make it my own I will post a picture when it’s done. How do you start the flower center? I don’t really see the directions for that. I’m Rebecca, a wife, mom, and tryer-of-new-crafty-things.

I love to crochet, and I try to design patterns that the younger generations will love to make and love to wear. You can get to know me a little more here! Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. You have no items in your shopping cart. Please select colors to add to your cart.

Free Beginner Knit Crochet classes, course online with Teresa Richardson DIY, craft, warrior geek for women, men, children, babies! I chained 100 for the baby afghan and used a size K hook and 4 ply yarn. The drop stitch will be worked below the two previous row of shell stitches. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook 2 rows below, between the shell stitches, pull the yarn up.

Repeat one more time for a total of 5 loops on the hook. 1 DC in ea of the last 2 chains. 2DC, CH1, 2DC in the next CH 1 Space. 1 DC in ea of the last 2 DC. Work the drop stitch between the last shell and 2 double crochet. You will change color each time you complete row 3-5.

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Continue with rows 3-5 for the length of the project that you are making. This is such a cute design, especially for cat lover’s. Love your videos and blog ! Thank you for all your amazing tutorials! I have one question, I’ve absolutely fallen in love with this blanket and I really want to give it a try.

Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

However, I’m pretty new at this and I’m wondering if you can have a look at it with your trained eye and give me some tips on how to make the circle squares that way and how to join them. These cats are darling my kitchen is done with cat designs. I think I can use this pattern for some place mats and some hot pads and maybe dishcloths. Thank you so much for posting it. I made a black and white afghan of this “Cats on a Fence” pattern probably 20 years ago and still use it. In fact, that afghan kept me warm in my bed all this past winter.

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I really love it in the colors you have used – it would make a lovely baby afghan! My ultimate aim is to read charts. Everything you do is much appreciated. I wonder how many people see the ‘cats’ right away?

I just purchased some new yarn, and I didn’t know what to do with it. How much yarn was used for the blanket? I used 3 skeins of super saver size yarn. I probably had enough to make a second blanket. Thank you so very much for this really pretty pattern. I am going to make a blanket for charity with it.

I first found this on youtube and had to look up the pattern. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern! My sister will be thrilled with a scarf made with it. Your pattern for abstract cats was my first project. And I must say, it turned out great.

Thank you very much and I look forward to future projects. I want this pattern good for making baby blanket,as I find this pattern easy. Can you tell the dimensions for a blanket. How often and after which rows do you change colors? Made it for my grand-daughter and she won’t let go of it. It is her “kitty blanky” now.

This was a very easy pattern to make after watching the tutorial. My granddaughter loves her Kitty blanky and takes it everywhere now. I love this pattern and am making a baby blankie for a friend. What edging would you use if making this for a baby? Joanna, I recommend a single crochet or reverse single crochet. I was looking all over the internet for different crochet designs and encountered your beautiful cats-design.

I am a novice in crochet, gaining my experience from the videos I find on the net. With your design I made a ‘recycled’ candleholder with the colors from my favourite Brazilian soccer team Flamengo. I thank you very much for using your designs and I will definitely come back to your beautiful site. I also have a website where I have posted my creations.

This is such a creative stitch pattern! I’m looking forward to use it in my future projects. Too bad I can’t make a hat out of the design. Thanks for ALL your WONDERFUL designs! I tried this and it turned out very nice. As my friend Sue will say “So stinking cute! I may downsize my hook to a J to “tighten” up the cat design but this goes very fast.

Anna Ripple Afghan (Crochet)

Am going to make one as my next baby aghan. 35 in the tutorial makes a small afghan? 3-5 until it’s the size you want. Well, I have started on an afghan tonight using this pattern and want to add that the numbers don’t work out if you chain a multiple of five. You need to chain a multiple of five plus two. Where can I find a nice border pattern for this blanket? You can make it bigger by adding multiples of 5 to the beginning chain.

I would love to do this as a rectangle baby afghan done in rounds. Any ideas how to get it started? I can’t wait to make it and I’m sure our kitties will love it too! I need to make it as a throw blanket. I GUESSED 2 skeins of each of 3 colors from reading about the pattern.