Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

I am so excited to finally show you my newest little monkey’s baby blanket! I can feel him kicking around inside and I get the feeling he’s just as anxious to be born as I am to hold him in my arms. For Henry’s blanket, I chose one of my favorite yarns, Cascade Longwood. It has a beautiful stitch pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan that I knew would be important in a textured blanket like this.

This definitely turned out to be a heavy, warm blanket, perfect for draping over the carseat of a winter baby. When I started the blanket, I knew that I wanted to use ribbing for the ends to give it a nice finished, modern look. I started out intending to do the entire body of the blanket in herringbone half double crochet, but once I got through the first color block, I couldn’t let go of the nagging feeling that it needed a little more interest. HDC combo for the 2nd color block. I think this blanket would make a gorgeous, modern statement for a boy or a girl, depending on the colors you pick. To make Henry’s Baby Blanket for yourself, scroll down for the free pattern! Pattern Permissions This is a FREE pattern, and by using it, you’re agreeing to the following legally-protected conditions.

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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.

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Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

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If you need additional help, Moogly has an excellent video tutorial here. This pattern is written in American Standard Terms. In other words, the ribbing at the bottom is not created and sewn on separately. Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook and in each remaining CH. SC in BLO of each ST across. Each color block is separated by a thin, 2-row block of white.

Body, Row 1: CH1, do not turn. It is important to end with an even number of stitches in this row. In this section, we will be creating the bottom ribbing by making vertical ribs and attaching them with slip stitches to the last row of the body as we go. Bottom Ribbing, Row 1: Turn work and SC in 2nd CH from hook and in each remaining CH.

SL ST in the first SC of Row 126, then SL ST in the next SC of Row 126 as well. Skipping over the 2 SL STS you put in Row 126, SC in BLO of each of the 8 STS of the ribbing to create another row of ribbing. SC in BLO of each of the 8 STS of the ribbing to create another row of ribbing. SL ST in each of the next 2 STS of Row 126.

Skipping over the 2 SL STS you put in Row 126, SC in BLO of each of the 8 STS of the ribbing to create another row of ribbing. Repeat Rows 3-4 all the way along Row 126. Fasten off and weave in ends. 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.

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He is cute as a button! Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern! Congratulations Rebecca you have a handsome new bundle of joy! His blanket is gorgeous just all your other patterns! Congratulations on your new baby boy. Congrats to you and the rest of the family on the latest little monkey.

Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

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Thanks also for this gorgeous pattern. Congratulatons on your adorable baby boy! Please take it easy as you heal and enjoy lots of time with your little bundle. Thanks for the great baby blanket pattern, looking forward to making this one!

Congratulations, Henry is the cutest ever. I so love the way a baby snuggle feels and smells. And him and my cousin share a name! Beautiful blanket and congratulations on your new beautiful addition to your family!

Congratulations on your wonderful Christmas gift. Glad you and he are doing well. I wish you the speediest recovery and that you both enjoy this time getting to know each other. Those are 2 of my favorite stitches as well.

Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

God bless you and you family on the new arrival of your baby boy, I had my third in March 2015 and we just love being a family of five. Congrats on a beautiful baby and blanket. And thank you for sharing your pattern with all of us. Blessing to you and your family in the new year!

It is okay just every once in a while let us know if you tried a new fiber blend of yarn or a new stitch little things keep us happy to. Take care of yourself and your growing family first we will keep. Oh just so you know this pattern is perfect for my almost 2 year old grandson so your timing is perfect this goes with a temperature afghan idea I am thinking of trying too. I would love to have some advice please on where to add the Sc after you’ve completed the ribbing. You talk about valleys and I’m so confused.

You just need to put an SC in each row. The ribbing looks like a series of tiny hills and valleys and each one of those is its own row, so that’s why I used that terminology. You received a wonderful late Christmas present. Enjoy all the cuddles and hugs with Henry.

Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

Congratulations on the happy arrival of Henry! May you and your family enjoy this precious gift and blessing. Henry shares a birthday with my first granddaughter! Rebecca, congratulations on the safe arrival of your little monkey Henry. Congratulations on your handsome baby boy. Glad all are happy and healthy. Thank you for another awesome free pattern.

Congrats on the new little one. Hold, snuggle cuddle and love on that tiny one because you are right time goes so fast. The blanket is beautiful and perfect for little boys. 3 so I know he’s going to be a handful.

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Thank you for his blanket pattern it’s lovely. God bless you and your family and enjoy that new smell of baby. Congratulations again and take your time we all understand. I wish you tons of time to just enjoy him and nurture him. These early days are so important.

Pastel Rainbow Ripple Afghan

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Thank you for all that you do. Congratulations to you and your family on your newest addition. Congratulations to you and your new little bundle of joy! Henry is a gorgeous baby and I’m sure you are tired and need to rest and enjoy your three children! All the very best to you and your family and I just wanted to say I am really enjoying your blog and your creative crochet items! Thanks so much for all you share!

That is one handsome little guy! 1 He truly is a beautiful baby. The blanket is also very nice! I look forward to making one!

I will probably use the same colors! Congratulations on you new baby boy, he is very very handsome. Enjoy your down time with him, it won’t last near as long as you want it too. Wishing you a year filled with giggles and love. Congrats on your precious little son.

I can just imagine him wrapped in your handsome Henry’s Baby Blanket. Congratulations on the new little man. He looks so sweet, and yes enjoy all the cuddle time you can they grow up so fast. Beautiful boy blanket and CONGRATS on the arrival of your new little man! Congratulations on the birth of Henry? Love your new blanket pattern, thank you.

Enjoy all those baby cuddles ? This is a lovely blanket Rebecca and one that i am going to try out for my car and my grandson Harry who is 18months. It is ideal for days like today where looking out we are a frozen wonderland of frost, so this blanket will be ideal for when we are out and about to stop Jack Frost nipping at his wee body as he gets pushed in his pram. Congrats on your beautiful baby boy! He was born on my birthday day!

Baby Henry is just as cute as ever. I am sure he will bring you much joy. Thank you for the baby blanket pattern. I can’t wait to make it.

Rebecca, Many Congratulations to you all on the birth of your baby Henry James, he’s gorgeous! Big Congratulations on Birth of your third son . I have only one son who is 38 years old. Happy New Year to you and your family and thank you for crochet patterns which I enjoy receiving . Henry is just too darn cute!

You have a beautiful son, and yes they grow up TOO fast. I had 2 sons and a daughter and I miss the times when they were little. Even all 10 of my grandchildren are growing too fast. Rebecca, congratulations on little Henry, he is truly a doll! Thanks so much for the wonderful pattern.

We have a new addition at our work site, so I’ll be able to try it out for a June birth. Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful baby boy Henry James! He is beautiful and so is the blanket you made for him! Sending hugs and kisses to Henry!

Congratulations to you and your husband. May you all be healthy and happy. Congratulations on your new little monkey, Henry. Crochet is my addiction even though my job and other obligations get in the way. Another obstacle is finding the right yarn. However, that means I can’t feel the yarn or see the colors in person plus I have to wait on shipping. Are you aware of any suppliers that offer sample cards of yarns they offer?