This cute 8 point preemie round ripple will be a stunner to donate to a hospital NICU for a precious little preemie! It is soft so it can wrap the baby in warmth. You'll love that this is done in just 20 rows! It is a little complicated at first but once you get the hang of it you will just love making these! And you can suggest that the parents use this like a doily on the back of a chair or as a wall hanging when the baby outgrows it.
If you are an intermediate crocheter you should have no problems with this pattern. People love my patterns for the very simplistic explanations. I am also available to answer questions through my Facebook page.
Have fun and please share pictures of your finished products on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/crochetbymonica. This pattern may be used for charity or sale of the finished product by the pattern purchaser. I love to hear from my followers. IF YOU NOTE ANY ERRORS IN THIS PATTERN, PLEASE LET ME KNOW ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE.
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I have always loved crafting. In 2002 I met a woman at work willing to teach me to crochet. It was not long before I was teaching her and then in 2004 I started writing my own patterns. I love ...
I have always loved crafting. In 2002 I met a woman at work willing to teach me to crochet. It was not long before I was teaching her and then in 2004 I started writing my own patterns. I love designing and sharing crochet patterns. Please follow me on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/crochetbymonica. If you like my patterns, please HEART them on here and share them on Facebook -- this helps me keep my patterns inexpensive. God bless you every day!View all patterns by designer (12) »