Crocheted Shell Ripple Afghan

Please remember, crocheted Shell Ripple Afghan only legal use of these patterns is to make the items and give them to charity. 3 each Colors F and G. CROCHET HOOK: Size H-or size needed to obtain gauge given below.

NOTES: Work all rnds from right side throughout. Leave a 4″ end when joining and ending colors. Secure ends and work in on wrong side as work progresses. BASIC SQUARE: With A, ch 4, sl st into first ch to form ring.

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4 dc clusters with ch-2 between. Rnd 2: With sl knot lp of B on hook, beg in any ch-2 sp, yo hook and work in each ch-2 sp around, join with sl st in top of first dc. 3 times more, join with sl st in top of first dc. These 4 rnds form basic sq which should measure 4 x 4″. SECOND SQUARE: Work first 3 rnds of basic sq. 1, work 2 dc, ch 1 in 4th corner of 2nd sq, twice, join with sl st in top of first dc. Working same as 2nd sq, work 7 sqs more, joining last sq worked in corner opposite last joining.

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There is now a row of 9 sqs joined at opposite corners, forming diamonds. Each sq will be referred to as a diamond and each corner will be referred to as a point throughout remaining direction. Note: Take care not to twist diamonds on first rnd of edging. Rnd 2: With F, rep rnd 1. Rnd 3: With G, rep rnd 1. Work a total of 8 joined sqs and complete border same as first strip. JOINING: Join strips from right side using a blunt needle and G.

Matching sts and keeping seam as elastic as the fabric, sew seams with an overhand st working through the back lp of each st. First and Second Strips: With right sides facing, lay a short strip along lower edge of long strip so that first and last points on lower edge of long strip fall at center top edge of first and last diamonds on short strip. Second and Third Strips: With right sides facing, lay a long strip along lower edge of short strip just joined so that first and last points on upper edge of long strip fall at center lower edge of first and last diamonds on short strip. Wind G loosely around a 4″ piece of cardboard about 15 times. Sew a tassel at each point along upper and lower edges.

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Many of the patterns on here are merely LINKS to other websites, provided for your convenience. This is a family safe search! Bev and Sandy R’s Baby Bear Blankie! I made many years ago and still use all the time! Bev’s Shell Baby Afghan – quick and easy! Kittens in a Row Afghan   An old time favorite -author unknown – It’s Bev’s adaptation of the original pattern. Follow the chart and make an adorable blanket for that new baby in your life.

Made from granny squares in the shape of a teddy bear! Lion Brands Ripple afghan – pretty! 2 hour Afghan from Lion Brand! Drop in the Pond Laprobe – such an amazing looking ghan!

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Scrappy Steps Afghan – looks like colored steps! THE Purple Blankie – lovely knitted squares pattern! Keep in mind that that sizes given are APPROXIMATE. All Bev’s Country Cottage pages Copyright 2010   Beverly A. All content is copyrighted to original creators. You may print out copies of pages for you, or for charity.

Publishing content on other websites, in emails, mailing lists, in any print media, OR the selling of these patterns IS FORBIDDEN! Direct linking to a pattern or recipe is allowed. Free knit and crochet patterns for children’s clothes, dolls, bears and more! Teddy Bears, dolls, balls, puppets and more! Many children will be cold or have other needs this coming winter,.

Please consider knitting and crocheting some of these items to help your local elementary schools, pediatric wards in your hospitals, and shelters. Be sure to check with each place before making and donating to see what they need the most. Bev’s Marvelous Mitts with Matching scarf and hat   for preschoolers! Aunt Maggie made many pairs of these great slippers. BLANKETS and afghans for kids and find more HERE! Made from granny squares in the shape of a teddy bear!

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Also, please check You Tube for videos on making the Afghan. That might solve your problems before they become discourging. The pattern has been tested and the testers had no trouble as long as they followed the directions. Please Note: if you have difficulties with the pattern, check the NOTES at the bottom, they may have your answer already. Each of these afghans have had different numbers of rounds in red and blue. I do not follow a strict rule of how many rounds of each color, nor how many bands of red or blue to make. They are approximately 53 inches across.

Please take a look at Lyn’s original Round Ripple Baby Afghan, it’s lovely and is a lovely gift for a baby. The patterns are intended for personal and charitable purposes only. The patterns are not to be sold, redistributed or placed into any collection or compilation at all. OR the selling of these patterns, IS ILLEGAL!

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Sharing the link to our patterns on the web is not only allowable, but encouraged. If we can make money from our art, I am all for it. Just don’t sell your work for too little. Treat it like the work of art it is, whether it’s an afghan or a potholder, your expertise and time are worthwhile.

Rnd 1: With RED: ch 4. Join with sl st to form ring. Join with sl st to top of beginning ch 3. Rnd 2: ch 3, 1 dc in same st, 2 dc in ea st around. End with 1 dc in base of ch 3, ch 2, sl st in top of turning chain.

2 sp, 1 dc in next st, skip next 2 sts, 1 dc in next st. NOTE: from Round 7 onward, you will work 1 round with small shell, then 2 rounds with large shell. Red and blue rounds are always dc, black rounds are always sc. 2 space, 1 dc in ea of next 2 st, skip the next 2 st, 1 dc in ea of next 2 st. 2 sp, 1 dc in next 3 st, skip 2 sts, 1 dc in next 3 sts. 2 space, 1 dc in next 3 sts, skip next 2 st, 1 dc in next 3 st.

2 st, sl st in top of turning chain. 2 sp, 1 dc in next 4 sts, skip 2 st, 1 dc in next 4 st. 2 st, sl st into top of turning chain. 1 sc in each stitch to ch-2 space.


2 dc, sl st into ch 1. The afghan can be made to any size with additional yarn. NOTE: Continue working in rounds in colors and pattern established, always working 1 round with small shell, and 2 rounds with large shell. Continue repeating rounds 7, 8, 9. Work those three rounds over and over, regardless of the color used for the rounds.

That is what keeps the afghan flat as it increases in size. Also, make the afghan as large as you want. Attach BLACK yarn in the ch-2 sp at the top of any point. Border: Attach blue yarn in any stitch. Regardless of color, follow that sequence.

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NOTE: The round count for the colors used were only the number of rounds that were in each color of the afghan pictured above. Each one I have made has a different number of rounds in red and blue, black rounds are always only one round because it represents the web itself. NOTE:  With a round ripple, the number of stitches from “sk 2 sts” to the “ch2” space, will increase each time you make a Large Shell round. So on the round after every Large Shell round you will have one more stitch between the bottom of the “sk 2 sts” to the ch2 space”. If you want to knit the afghan, a wonderful lady, Anne, worked the Superhero Dreamcatcher Afghan crochet pattern up in knit, then translated it from Finish to English!

So if you are a knitter and want a lighter finished blanket, give her pattern a try. And another very kind lady, Ana, has translated the crochet version to Spanish. MY SINCERE THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WONDERFUL LADIES! This is such a fun pattern. It would make a great baby blanket for a little boy.

Too bad I don’t know of any going to be born. My son was so excited when he saw it. Thank you so much for being so helpful and generous by sharing this with us all. This blanket completely stole my heart! Let me share a story with you. My 3 year old son “Kaden”, was born with a congenital heart defect, known as “Hyplplastic Left Heart Syndrome”.

1st row of the blue and realized you had forgotten to wright a round of black between rnd 5 and rnd 6. He is going to love it! 5 and 6 and i know you can put how many rows of each color u want and one row of black. I am so pleased on how my turned out. I will be donating mine to the local chapter of Project Linus. My 5-year-old grandson is nuts about both.

But my children are middle aged, my grands are grown but no great-grands yet, so I’ve not really been looking for that sort of pattern. I’m italian and I need to learnt how to make crochet from english instructions THANK YOU! I am so happy that people have enjoyed the afghan so much and hope that even more find and enjoy the pattern! There is no missed round of black webbing, I simply did not put one between the red and blue sections. However it is up to each crocheter to decide where and when to put a round of black. For the black rounds, you may follow in pattern with whichever round is next, either the small shell or large shell round, or just sc in each stitch around, with 2 sc in the ch 2 spaces. Then go back to the next pattern round, either small or large shell.

I went down a size because I didn’t really care for the bigger hole size. I don’t mind if it does a little bit but I was just wondering if this is something that will make it look silly in the end product? I am getting ready to start my 9th row. I will start back over with row 7 right? I have tried to do it in my mind and it doesn’t seem like it would work out. Thank you so much for doing this blanket.