Rugby ripple

Project Description

What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Neat Ripple Link to website or photo attic24.typepad.com/weblog/neat-ripple-pattern.html What advice would you give someone starting this project? It can be difficult to keep count at first, but after the 2nd or 3rd row, you become accustomed to the rhythm. Ripples are a really easy pattern to change, so don't be afraid to try adding more decreases in the valley or less; more increases up top the hills. Ripples also allow for lots of variation in stripe widths as well as color... Love this pattern... x

What you will need

  • Caron
  • Simply Soft
  • 100% acrylic

Q&A with CowboysMomma

finao19921199935 asked:
You gave the pattern for the flat ripple but this rugby ripple is not flat, it is wavy and bumpy, something that the flat ripple is not. Do you know how to make this afghan that is in the picture? I would really like to know. finao1992@gmail.com
CowboysMomma answered:
Hi there... Yes, this is a neat ripple pattern from Lucy at Attic24. I named the project Rugby Ripple, but it is Lucy's pattern. It came out more wavy and rounded/3D than a flat afghan. I used Caron Simply Soft yarn and an I-9 crochet hook. I'm a tight crocheter, so that's probably why it came out rounded. Hope you have a nice holiday and get lots of crochet time in. Best Wishes, Ursula