Lyn’s Round Ripple Baby Afghan

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 lyn’s Round Ripple Baby Afghan 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 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. I showed this to my Gson and he went nuts over it when I asked him if he would like me to make him one like this. I am making it for his Bday and even tho I am nervous about it, I am loving it so far.

Every couple of rounds, lay the afghan down to make sure it is laying flat. If it begins to Cup, change back to the 1 round small shell, 2 rounds large shell. It says to DC in a DC then 2DC, 2CH, 2DC in the chain two space, then another DC in the next DC. With a round ripple afghan, when you “2dc, ch 2, 2dc in the ch 2 space” it looks like you have 2dc, ch2, 3dc in the space because the first dc of the previous round is the little “bump” that extends into the ch 2 space. I will try to dig out a round ripple and take a close-up photo of one of the peaks, so what I am trying to say is shown. Will post it with the pattern. May take a day or two to find one and get a clear photo, but I’ll get it up ASAP.

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I was just concerned because it seems a little lopsided with the DC before the “cluster” so close and then the DC after the cluster farther away in the next DC space. I really would like to know what brand of yarn you used as I want the colors to be correct. They hold up well to the rough handling and dragging that kids give things. But any bright true-blue and bright true-red would work just fine. I think I understand everything else in the pattern! This is such a great afghan and my tomboy niece is going to be excited when she opens her birthday present this year!

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I love knowing that Spidey fans are getting their own Spidey’ghan! In particular, I’m having problems with : 1 sc in each stitch to bottom of “V”, skip 2 stitches. No matter what I’m doing, when I drop to the bottom of the V it sort of pinches the pattern which I assume is supposed to happen in order to create the web effect, the problem comes in the skipping 2, when I do that, the blanket sort of ‘shrivels, and when I move to the next round, my small shells are offset. Can you think what I may be doing wrong? Or is it possible to show a picture of how to do it right? Thank you very much for your help and for the free pattern!

Many people don’t realize that the first stitch after making the shell is actually into the little bump that extends into the ch2 space, and their count is off due to that. Also make sure that you attach the yarn as specified, so that the pattern will read correctly. My nephew is a Spiderman NUT! I recently make him a Spiderman hat, that he tried to wear in almost 100 degree heat. I can’t wait to start it.

I am beginner and really want to try this very soon. Have you ever thought about making a youtube video on this project? My grandson LOVES his Spiderman blanket, and I found your directions very clear. I cannot thank you enough for posting this pattern.

I cannot wait to present it to him, and see his little face light up. I’m getting a little worried that it is starting to bunch in the middle a bit. 2 done making it and i need to know how to do the black web afterwards, is it sewn on with a tapestry needle? I can get started, but they don’t look as straight as they should, then when I get to the center of the blanket, I don’t know how to finish it off to make it look professional.

Do you have a Facebook page for this pattern. I would love to see pics of other peoples projects and how they turned out, compare notes, ask questions etc. I just finished this blanket today and gave it to my Spiderman-loving three year old son. I found him curled up in his room, on his floor, fast asleep and snuggled up in his new “Spiderwhip” blankie!

I put a sc row of black after the first red. Now Im trying to do the blue. When Im putting the blue on the black row Ive lost my “chain 2” space. I put it in the stitch of the sc?

If I go into the red ch 2 space it covers my black. The link to you tube isn’t working either. Love this pattern, thank you so much for sharing this. Surface Crochet Down a Round Ripple Afghan. I asked my grandson what colors he wanted in his blanket and he was very addiment that Spider-Man was a color. Thank you for sharing the pattern was a life saver! I have re started this pattern 4 times today, I can not get past the 1 st round after the 1 ST black row, which is row 11, which would follow round 7.

I come nowhere near the ch 2 space, what AM I doing wrong? I have searched and can’t find an exact match. Hopefully it will still turn out great! Thank you this Christmas, once again my grandson Anthony will say “Your the best grandma ever! Now I’m just like a child right before Christmas morning can’t wait to see the look on his face when he opens this gift!