Pixelated No. 1 ... This is an amazingly beautiful afghan. And I hope that whoever 1. crocheted all those tiny squares and 2. put them together is doing okay. This project would have driven me over the hooking edge! ༺✿Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿༻
This easy stitch is perfect for an afghan or blanket. It is just sets of 3 stitches, one single crochet and two doubles. Once you get into the hang of it, you can do it in your sleep! Use it for a baby blanket in a pretty pink or blue or for a regular afghan with bright colors! You can change colors after a few rows for a multicolored effect.
It’s afghan season so of course I wanted to get stitchin’ on something cozy for curling up with on these chilly Autumn evenings! I decided to put a contemporary twist on an old classic with this ripple afghan pattern. Here I used V-stitches to created a more lacy, open design to the traditional ripple.
Ripple Blanket Know-How, by Lucy of Attic24 ~ The most comprehensive, easily-understood tutorial for making a ripple blanket from start to finish. *Very* detailed written instructions in simple conversational style, with tons of step-by-step photos (perfect for a beginner). It doesn't get easier than this! . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #crochet #afghan #throw
Neopolital Ripple pattern afghan, this turned out so pretty! Pattern available free on Ravelry - has great star rating, rated as fairly easy - I'd like to see this is sea-colored blues and greens ++++++++++++++++++ Ravelry #crochet #afghan