Rainbow Ripple Blanket

from Sheila Zachariae

Rainbow Ripple Blanket Pattern

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Crocheting: Rainbow Ripple Blanket
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • I would rate this as a VERY advanced beginner crocheter. You can make several with the amount of yarn given in the pattern! Great project to use up your stash yarn!
  • I highly recommend making a swatch for this pattern to practice the stitch!

Pattern Description:

Not many things make the heart soar and your face smile than a rainbow! This gorgeous blanket will be loved by any boy or girl! Not your typical, super bright colors but a slightly muted colorway that still is sure to delight!

Pick traditional, primary colors, or, for the more modern mommy, soft creams, chocolates and turquoise! Shades of all the same color would look terrific too! Five or six shades of blue or pink! Shades of grey and yellows are stunning! The sky's the limit!

Color photos included! I am always available for help! I would HIGHLY suggest doing a large, one color, practice swatch before committing to the larger blanket! Cast on 31 and practice for about a foot or so! This is what I did myself and I'm glad I did!

Not just for babies! Toddlers love them too! Easily make larger or smaller to fit your needs!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 50" x 34"

Materials:

  • Crochet hook size I-9
  • Tapestry needle
  • medium weight (4) acrylic yarn 7 ozs/198 gms 355 yards/ 325 meters One skein each in 10 colors
  • All 10 colors are included in the pattern, as is the sequence!

About Designer

About Designer

Sheila Zachariae on craftsy.com

I was taught to knit by my mother in my teens in the '70's and I quickly went from that to cross stitch and then needlepoint.

Life goes on to a full time job, marriage, a child and then in early in 2004, I was forced to stay off my feet. I pick up the needles and started with knitting a scarf and then another, and then another! Next thing I know, I have 50 of them!

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