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Make one today for that special little girl. DON’T forget to look on Bev’s  Christmas at the Cottage pages for more toys and other gifts ideas to make! All content is copyrighted to original creators. You may direct LINK to pages, but you may not post patterns anywhere in any media form. Beverly Qualheim may be sold, but please make one for charity too. This is my first wavy ripple project. I was inspired by Attic24 who did one of her beautiful colorful afghans using this stitch design.

Here is a closeup of my wavy ripple pattern after I crocheted the stripes for one side of my lapghan. I set out to crochet my lapghan to fit a person in a wheelchair. I wasn’t sure about the starting chain number of stitches I would need for the lapghan so I ended up doing a chain of 145 stitches for my base row. Well it’s a lot wide than I would have liked at 44 inches so I ended up doing this as a long lapghan that goes down and covers a person’s legs. I crocheted this lapghan working it in rows vertically for a total of 48 rows. Here is the finished photo of my wheelchair wavy ripple lapghan. Crochet pattern written in US crochet terms.

Then work a DC in each of the next two stitches. For lapghan with wavy ripple going side-to-side, chain 107 to start for a blanket 34 inches wide. For baby blanket, chain 84 to start for a 25 inch wide blanket with the wavy ripple going side-to-side. 2DC tog, DC in each of the next 3 stitches, 2 DC in each of the next 2 stitches, then DC in each of the next 3 stitches. Just keep repeating the pattern until you reach the end of the row. One DC, one DC, one DC, 2 DC Tog, 2DC Tog, one DC, one DC, one DC, 2 DC, 2 DC and so on until you reach the end.

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My lapghan row ends with 2 DC tog, 2 DC tog and then a DC in the last two stitches and in the top of the turning Ch-3. Basically there are 2 DC in the last stitch as you have a DC in last stitch space and another in the top of the turning chain which other people have questioned me about. So to clarify, make sure you have 3 DCs in the end of each row before turning. For my color scheme in this project, I did 4 rows in the Bernat yarn in clay color, 2 rows in brown, 4 more rows in clay and finished the stripes with 2 more rows of brown. I crocheted then 24 rows in the clay colored yarn.

Then went back to two rows of brown, 4 rows of clay, 2 more rows of brown and finished with 4 rows of clay. I had just a bit of the clay colored yarn left from my economy 14 oz skein of Bernat yarn. Of course if you need a wider lapghan just do more rows using the middle color. No commercial sales or use is permitted. Links to this pattern are acceptable. Please do not copy my patterns on your blog site or post my patterns on Internet sites. I do not allow my content to be republished without expressed written permission.

Posting of my patterns and blog articles, without written permission is in violation of my copyrights and is content theft. Next time, you can try a no chain ripple foundation. That way, you don’t have to guess at the width. Thank you so much for this info! I first used this wavy ripple style to crochet a lapghan and just love the look of the stitch pattern. This would make great lapghan for my husband’s birthday. Now I know what to do with that big bag of manly colored yarn.

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Thank you for stopping by to visit and for your interest in My Recycled Bags! I am aware of the self striping and variegated yarns available now a days and they make projects so much easier. Delphine Bryant “This carefree blanket looks like something my little sister would go absolutely ga-ga over. She loves the eclectic look and if I understand the definition, this is an eclectic look if ever I did see it.

I think this is beautiful to look at but the colors are just a little too busy for me. Cheryl Y “Just looking at this Dewdrops Baby Blanket you would think it would be so hard to make. After reading the written pattern here on this page, it sounds so easy to make. I love the colors used and will work for a boy or girl. I have added this one to my must make list. It will be a nice one to have as a throw as well.


7111 1247013 “This blanket may be named Beach House Granny but does not mean you cannot crochet this blanket for that spare guest room. Your family or friends staying with you will just love sleeping under this warm and colorful blanket. 7111 1247013 “Yes, you will need some experience crocheting before you can make this baby blanket but it will be worth it. Every baby needs a handmade blanket to keep them warm and cozy. You must be logged in to add a private note.

We are adding the pattern to your Afghan Patterns. This project has been added to your afghan patterns. Click here to view your crochet patterns. You must be logged in to save a pattern. This Ombre Ocean Corner to Corner Afghan will make you feel as if you’re relaxing on the beach soaking up the sun or swimming in the ocean as the waves softly move around you.

Corner to corner or C2C crochet is a favorite amongst crocheters because you work from one side to the other in a seamless fashion. This ombre pattern is particularly beautiful, with several shades of blue forming stripes as the blanket expands. It has a nautical feel but can be crocheted in any color combinations to achieve different looks. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge. Place a st marker in the corner to mark beginning of edging. Note: For Rows 51-61, you will create the rectangle shape by only increasing on one side of the throw.

For Rows 62-110, you will decrease one cluster in each row. Rows 62-110: Repeat Row 52, decreasing 1 cluster at the beginning of every row until 1 cluster remains. Notes: Work along top edge and one side edge only for Round 1. Place st marker in corners for all rounds, moving marker as you work. 218 ch-3 spaces, four ch-4 corner spaces.

222 ch-3 spaces, four ch-4 corner spaces. 226 ch 3 spaces, four ch-4 corner spaces. With yarn needle, weave in all loose ends. Be the first to upload your own image for this pattern! Free projects, giveaways, exclusive partner offers, and more straight to your inbox! We were unable to sign you up – please try again.

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I have not made this yet so I cannot rate it. Click the button above or drag and drop images onto the button. Your comment will appear after our editors have had a chance to review it. I used to get so fascinated by the C2C afghan pattern but not that I’ve started this project myself, I’ve stood up to the challenge and I’ve conquered this seemingly difficult design. You just have to start it. I was looking for a corner to corner afghan and here it is.

I have made a corner to corner shawl and the pattern is easy and goes fast. This pattern is a bit different but not difficult. It is a good way to use up yarn but I do like the ombre yarn for this one. My friend owns a craft store. She loves when I come in with a new pattern. I am going to make her happy again.

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I was wondering in the pattern if you need to add any rows to the 10 rows that creates the rectangle if I made it 58 rows instead of 50 so it would be a little larger. By the way it is a beautiful pattern and I love it. I would always see this pattern all over the crochet world but I haven’t really embarked on doing the project. This is one pattern I’d love to do, though because it deviates from the usual pattern that normally starts horizontally or vertically. This Ombre Ocean Corner to Corner Afghan’s total look is so stunning, enhanced by the blue monochromatic design used in this beautiful project. This afghan will be great for personal use, or as a housewarming gift.

I have a definite liking for corner to corner throws and afghan and this one is lovely do a definite must make for me. Although I love blue it is not my favorite winter color so I will be changing the shades but, other than that, the pattern is gorgeous and it looks cuddly enough to snuggle under on the sofa on a chilly wintry night! This afghan has a very peaceful look about it. It will be flagged for our moderators to take action. Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site. Quick and Easy Rainbow V-Stitch Babyghan The Quick and Easy Rainbow V-Stitch Babyghan is just as its name suggest – quick to work up with an easy-to-follow pattern.

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