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Baby Ripple Afghan

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Category Crocheting
Type Accessory
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? Classic Sensations brushed yard from JoAnn Fabrics

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What are you most proud of? That someone will enjoy my handmade products and use them for many years.

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Here is the instructions to make the afghan: Ripple Baby Afghan Chain 123 stitches First stitch from the hook single crochet one, skip next stitch, *single crochet in the next 6 stitches, three single crochets in next stitch, single crochet in next 6 stitches, skip two stitches*, repeat * until you reach the end, you will have two stitches left over, skip one and single crochet in last stitch then chain one turn. To get the ripple effect you only want to catch the back of the stitch. 60 rows makes the recommended size for Bundle of Love. To make a child size afghan or lap blanket Chain 153 stitches 90 rows To make a queen size afghan chain 257 stitches follow above instructions, make as long as you want. I use a size H crochet hook. Also like to us the Caron One pound yarn or the Basic Sensations Brushed yarn.

01/12/2012 Flag