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Lace Ripple Afghan

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The Lace Ripple Afghan is perfect for a cool summer or spring night. The open crochet lacework allows the material to breath while still keeping you covered. This is an easy crochet afghan pattern.

Lace Ripple Afghan
Lace Ripple Afghan
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

If you like the ripple stitch, be sure you also check out 50 Ripple Stitches by Darla Sims.

 

You can also find this crochet design in Christmas Gifts for Her: Crochet Gifts for Mom.

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I would definitely do this one, I am going to be doing afghans soon after my attempt of a couple hats, I am a beginner crocheter< I had dabbled a bit before but didn't know how to add on, so now making a more challenge for me...and this would be a good pattern to for a co -worker she loves bright colors.

I like this one a lot. The colors are. Great.

The Lace Ripple would be my choice. They are both beautiful, but the Lace Ripple looks warmer.

I prefer the Lace Ripple. Looks richer for some reason. Also love the color combo. I don't usually care for brown shades, so maybe that's why the Mountain Mist afghan doesn't have the same appeal

I made this for my daughter. I used 2 different greens and a bright yellow. It turned out beautiful and she loves it.

It would depend on whether I was making it for a man or a woman (boy or girl). One looks like it is a little more open which I think would be better for a lady. The colors shown are great.

Lace Ripple, like the pattern and colors

I would go with the Lace ripple, I just like the way it looks and I love the colors!

I THINK THE PATTERN IS GREAT BUT THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TOO SMALL TO READ AND I DONT THINK THE RIPPLE SHOWS AS THE DIRECTIONS SAY...

I like this one the most because even though its called LACE ripple it looks warmer than the mountain mist and where I live afghans are all about warmth. Colors would depend on who I'm making it for,

I like this one very pretty

very nice Not excited about the colors

I'am going to make this for my sis for Christmas love it.Barb

I would make the lace ripple but use the colors of the other afghan.

Like the Lace Ripple Afghan. Although I do like the colors, I would also consider doing this in shades of blue.

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