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What materials did you use?
Red Heart Yarn
What are you most proud of?
Completing it on time for my daughters 19th bday,
I would love this pattern as well...my daughter would jump thru loops for a rasta throw :) Thank you Lisa
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Here is a pattern you can do for free that is similar to the one I purchased.
Waverly for Bernat - Ripple Afghan (crochet)
The pattern I used is from the following book: BERNAT -Treasury of Afghans, Vol 2. I found it here: http://www.amazon.com/Treasury-Afghans-Bernat-Book-1262/dp/B003NGJ36K
I made my son a rasta hat while I was making my daughter a black & pink afghan. Now she wants it in rasta, so I found yours' via Google. She says it's too much for her, but I love it! So I've ordered the book. Can't wait. Thanks for uploading your pic & sharing the source.
Hello HoneyBaer - This might look like to much in the picture, but in real life it looks great!! My daughter loves this pattern and the way it came out.
Ooooops. clicked enter too soon. Plus you can make the ripples as thick as you want if needed.
Where can I find the pattern please
Hello, This pattern was purchased -Ripple Afghan (crochet) The pattern I used is from the following book: BERNAT -Treasury of Afghans, Vol 2. I found it here: http://www.amazon.com/Treasury-Afghans-Bernat-Book-1262/dp/B003NGJ36K
Here is a similar pattern you might like (FREE) Have a wonderful day emilygonz4184527. Ravelry -http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ripple-afghan-5495
I am looking for a pattern to make my grandson in afghan in Rasta colors and came across this. I think I've located the book you used on Ebay - I think it's #5 in the book in different colors. How hard was this pattern to make?
Hello pmwatts13, sorry for the late response. In my opinion, this was a fairly easy pattern. Once you have the pattern memorized it goes by pretty quick. On a scale of 1-5, 1 being easy, I would say this pattern is a 2. Have a wonderful day. :)
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