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Mountain Mist Afghan

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Using double crochet and the cluster stitch you can make this beautiful free crochet afghan pattern. Five different colors are used for a nice contrasting look. This Mountain Mist Afghan will really remind you of the mountains.

Thanks to jolie 5569817 for suggesting the name Mountain Mist, it's beautiful!

Mountain Mist Afghan

Easy

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Corrections made 12/9/11
 

MEASUREMENTS: Approx 49 x 55" [125 x 139.5 cm]

MATERIALS:

  • Waverly® for Bernat® (100 g/3.5 oz; 180 m/ 197 yds)
    • Contrast A (55008 Birch White) 5 balls
    • Contrast B (55013 Bark) 3 balls
    • Contrast C (55010 Colonial Beige) 2 balls
    • Contrast D (55205 Greek Sea) 2 balls
    • Contrast E (55200 Aqua Frost) 2 balls
  • Size 5 mm (U.S. H/8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.

GAUGE: 2 pat reps and 7 rows = 7" [18 cm].


INSTRUCTIONS
Stripe Pat: 4 rows A, 2 rows B, 2 rows C, 2 rows B, 4 rows A, 2 rows D, 2 rows E, 2 rows D. These 20 rows form Stripe Pat.

Note: Ch 3 at beg of row counts as dc throughout. With A, ch 157.

1st row: (RS). 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 1 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 3 dc in next ch. Ch 3. 3 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 1 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. *(Yoh and draw up a loop in next ch. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook) 3 times. Yoh and draw through all 4 loops on hook – cluster made. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 1 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 3 dc in next ch. Ch 3. 3 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. 1 dc in next ch. Ch 1. Miss next ch. Rep from * to last 2 ch. 1 dc in each of next 2 ch. Turn.

2nd row: Ch 3. Miss next dc. (1 dc in next dc. Ch 1) twice. (3 dc. Ch 3. 3 dc) in next ch-3 sp. Ch 1. Miss next 2 dc. 1 dc in next dc. Ch 1. *Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc). Ch 1. 1 dc in next dc. Ch 1. (3 dc. Ch 3. 3 dc) in next ch-3 sp. Ch 1. Miss next 2 dc. 1 dc in next dc. Ch 1. Rep from * to last 3 dc. 1 dc in next dc. Miss next dc. 1 dc in top of ch 3. Turn. Last row forms Ripple Pat. Cont in Ripple Pat, keeping continuity of Stripe Pat until work measures approx 55" [140 cm], ending with 4 rows A. Fasten off.

Edging: (RS). Join A with sl st in bottom right corner. Ch 1. Work sc evenly up side edge. Fasten off. Rep for opposite side beg at top left corner.

 

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My afghan is nearly finished and I have to disagree with Mush1963. The "cluster over next dc, cluster, dc" simply means yarn over, pull up first loop of the cluster in next dc, yarn over, pull up second loop in centre of cluster, yarn over, pull up third loop in next dc, yarn over and pull through all four loops on hook.

If you are confused about the "Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc)", this simply means that you will make your next cluster in the middle stitch of the cluster stitch in the row immediately below.

I believe if you put the instructions for the cluster separately if will save on some of the confusion. You would not need all the parenthese in step two.

I'll have to agree with the others, lose the word "Miss" ! Replace it with word, Skip!

I also agree with the others. Round 2 sounds like a mess, if I downloaded this pattern, I would give up after trying the second row. It does need to be written more clearly.

I agree, substitute skip for the miss. The cluster is described in the first row, maybe write it down if need be so you can refer back for the future rows. If you go slowly for the first row and follow the pattern, it should fall into place after that and the reps will be the same. All of the stitches in row 2 are made into the spaces of the first row and into the spaces of each row after that. Sometimes, it even helps to say the pattern out loud as you stitch for the first row or two when it's a confusing pattern... It's not the best written but I have seen and done a LOT worse and this one is worth the effort!

Miss can be substituted for skip. The 2nd row, do what's in the parentheses however many times the number after the parentheses tell you. For example, (1dc ch1 1dc)2 means to do this 1dc ch1, 1dc two times in a row. You will do it once where it tells you to and then do it again in the next CH or space.

Hello, all. I must agree the instructions are not clear. Perhaps, "skip" instead of "miss", and need to clarify what is meant by "over".

All stitches in row 2 are made in the ch1 spaces and ch3 spaces of row 1. You may be having problems with the cluster stitch (the Yoh draw through loop sequence). The cluster stitch is better written at this link https//answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201108 == 06195104AApBAA3. Let me know if this explains it better or you would like it charted instead

I love the color combination. I agree as others have stated, replace the word MISS with skip, and clarify what you mean by "over."

Hmmm, instructions may confuse some readers. For example, instead of "miss" using the word "skip" is preferable. Also,the second row instructions need to be clearer. It is difficult to understand as there are terms of "over", and "miss" .

As I read this I would change the word miss to skip, it's a bit more descriptive and add the word then to the beginning of the second line. These aren't the clearest of instructions but I've seen worse and have had to go very slowly word by word to get through it. hope this helps.

Instructions sound very confusing. Terms are not standard codes such as miss. Does that mean skip? Nears more clarity.

Is there anything in particular that you cannot understand? Try replacing the word "skip" for "miss".

When I get to second I canot understand directions. Can anyone please explain it better?

some of your patterns need to be debugged! hope you can get this issue worked out. we all love you.

I emailed Bernat and according to them they are not aware of any issues with this pattern? Still can't get a straight answer regarding row two.

I am having difficulty understanding the second row instructions. Perhaps you can rewrite them. Thank you

Please rewrite the second row instructions. I'm not sure what to do with the first first two DC, before the Yo, or when to start the next YO. This is my third time attempting this afghan. I am determined to get it right. PLEASE HELP! I just love the look!

How can I buy this already made )

I would like to make this pattern for a twin bed how many more stitches do i need?

I would love to make this afghan, but I am having trouble finding the recommend yarn in the colors listed. Any help would be appreciated.

I too am having trouble with the directions. The rows seem to be increasing. Instructions must be wrong.

Hi, As the reader below stated: *Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc) instructions: Yoh and draw up a loop in next dc. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw up a loop in top of cluster from previous row. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw up a loop in next dc. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw through all 4 loops on the hook cluster made. Hopefully this will help. Thanks - AllFreeCrochet Editors

I contacted Bernat directly a couple of years ago and was given this explanation of the *Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc) instructions: Yoh and draw up a loop in next dc. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw up a loop in top of cluster from previous row. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw up a loop in next dc. Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook. Yoh and draw through all 4 loops on the hook cluster made. It made all the difference in the world and this is now one of the easiest patterns I've ever followed. The afghan, in the specified colors, is georgous but I've done it in several other color schemes as well as making a smaller version for babies. I love to make this and give it as gifts.

I made this afghan last winter, purchased the kit from Mary Maxim. I had no issues with the instructions, but the ones I have are somewhat different than those appearing here. A truly beautiful afghan when completed...I just wish it was larger. I bought enough yarn to make two more of the size in the instructions, but will enlarge the pattern instead.

Could you share the instructions that came with the kit. I am totally frustrated with the existing instructions. I would be so grateful. Thank you

Hi everyone, Thanks so much for your messages. We have contacted Bernat and will update this pattern as soon as we have additional information. The pattern on our site appears to be identical to the one on Bernat's site. Thanks! -editors of AllFreeCrochet

Hello I like many others already got the wooll bought up for this afghan, but the pattern is misguiding. I get how to make the "hills" and "valleys" but how to do the edges. I first startet the row with a "hill" and ended it with a "hill" as well, but then I unraveled the whole thing, 'cause I had a feeling each row was increased. I do hope someone can explain it here, I have tried on ravelry but no answear there. thank you so much in advance

spent 50 dollars for yarn and can't make heads or tails of row 2..extremely disappointed..all that money down the drain. does anyone have a similar blanket with better directions?

I give up. Over 65 years of crocheting and hundreds of afghans this is beautiful but what a mess the directions are. No patients for patterns that are not right.

Where the directions above read *Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc).... it should have read *Cluster over next 3 stitches which would be making the cluster from the dc, cluster, dc stitches from the row below. I hope this helps.

I too am having trouble with the pattern and I'm quite miffed about it after spending the money for the yarn. I would be appreciative if someone would rewrite the pattern the right way!!

The rating I gave this afghan is on the directions not the pattern itself. The pattern is beautiful, if you can understand the directions without undoing and redoing the 2nd row a dozen times. Then what do you do for row 3 on? ("decoded", row 3 and up just keep repeating row 2) I have been crocheting for 60 plus years and these are the worse directions I have ever tried to understand. Once you understand the pattern and get going this is an easy pattern and goes fast and when finished is beautiful. I changed colors on my first one so it would match my denin covered furniture using blues and mauve to match the carpet but I am going to start the original colors next. Here is my understanding of Row 2 @ the = (dc in next dc, skip the next chain 1 space, dc in top stitch of the cluster, skip the next chain 1 space and dc in next dc) Chain 1, etc..........br Hope this helps anyone else out there.....br E.Hayes

I am sorry, I miss typed within the brackets above.... correction .. Row 2 @ the = (dc, cluster, dc) this means to skip the ch 1 spaces between the next 3 stitches in the row below and using the next dc, top of cluster and dc to form the a cluster. Then continue with the Ch 1 ..etc..., sorry if I confused anyone.

I purchased the kit from Herrschners, as someone suggested. The second row is explained better and Pilar has it correct. I am almost half way through and it is such a beautiful afghan. I plan on making several more as gifts and I'm trying to decide if I will change the colors or keep the colors as the original. If anyone has suggestions on different colors that they found worked as well, I'd appreciate hearing from them. Thank you whoever posted this on Facebook.

could u share directions?

Ok, so after doing row 2 twice, and thinking that it looked funky, I started to read all the comments. Everyone was having problems with this row. I re-read the pattern word by word (a couple of times) and came up with this: On the first row, when you make the cluster, you do it on 3 chains... on the second row, when you make the cluster. you do it on one dc, the cluster and the next dc. pulling all those stitches together to make the valley,Ta da!!!!! now that made sense. Still working on it, so i'll see how it ends up.

Pilars is correct. I purchased the kit from Herrschners, as someone suggested, and the second row is clearer. I am about 1/3 done and this afghan is beautiful and fun to crochet. I'd love to make several more so if anyone has any other color combinations that really worked I'd love to hear from them. Working with the Bernat Waverly yarn is also very nice. Thank you to the person that put this on Facebook.

I don't understand *Cluster over next (DC, cluster, DC) ?

I don' understand the 2nd row, can you explain it to me?

I love this pattern, but as a newbie, its quite complicated...do you have a video tutorial?

I found the video tutorials helpful here...http://www.leisurearts.com as it's the first time for me using a crochet pattern.. I also started by just working around 5 of the ripples and then turned to make sure it 'looked' correct... I thing to use a foundation row instead of chain to start is also probably better as it needs elasticity for the pattern to sit correctly... again I found out how to do a foundation row on the site above (http://www.leisurearts.com/left-handed-foundation-double-crochet/) everything is shown in left hand and right hand format.. hope this helps !!

It just looks beautiful, I will certainly make it, even though, there are no mountains here in Florida, LOL thanks for a great pattern. Christel

Can't wait for cooler weather to make this! All of my blankets were stolen so want to make this one the first of a new collection.

this is beautiful and different, love it

I am newer to crocheting and have read your comments on row 2 but am still struggling with "Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc)". Does it mean you are to cluster stitch (which I assume is 3 dc) over the dc, cluster, dc that you did below? Or am I totally wrong in my thinking? Please help! Thanks!

The cluster is where you do yarn over, go into the dc below, yarn over, pull through 2 stitches leave 2 stitches on the hook and do yarn over, into the cluster below, yarn over, pull through 2 stitches leaving 3 stitches on the hook, yarn over, into the next dc below, yarn over pull through two leaving 4 stitches on the hook then finally yarn over and pull through 4... this finishes the cluster.. I watched a video on http://www.leisurearts.com and found it very helpful to remind me of the names of all stitches as I usually crochet without a pattern. Hope this helps :-)

I want to try this Mountain Mist Afghan. It's beautiful. Where can I obtain this pattern.

I made this afghan with yarn I purchased from Herrschners with colors very close to what the pattern called for, some a bit darker or or lighter, before it was done my friends all wanted it. it was easy and fun to make. I have 4 more request for the same afghan!

Ive been trying for hrs to understand row 2 on the mountain mist afghan pattern please help with where my clusters going...urrrrr frustrated

is there a way to buy the yarn for the Mountain Mist afghan? The colors in the pattern are lovely but I am not sure I can find those exact colors in a store. Thank you

The Bernat website told me that the Michael's near me carried the Waverly For Bernat and I did find it there but not all Michael's carry it. I think you can also buy it online at the Bernat website. I saw it on Amazon. Re: the colors, I have seen it done with other yarn and it was not as pretty. These specific Bernat shades really give a "mountain" feel. Hope this helps.

If you go on the Herrschners website, there is a kit that is complete with the yarn and the pattern.

Started this pattern yesterday with fear after reading the reviews. I have to say I don't know what all the fuss is over on the second row. If you dc cluster dc over the cluster it will go like this, dc over dc, start cluster in ch space between dc and cluster, then dc over dc.

I would say the cluster is 3 dc together

ok, I have this written wrong. The cluster is over the (dc,cluster,dc) I'm sorry.

Thank You... ski gpsy I also have spent hours and hours asked every one I know and with no results. This is CRAZY. I am going to try your suggestions and maybe I CAN do this pattern. Thank you for trying so hard.

I think I've figured out one part of the problem I'm having with this pattern... I have spent 2 days scouring the net for help with this #@*!%* pattern. I've spent hours watching YouTube crochet tutorials about ripple pattern. I've pulled my work apart so many times my yarn is frayed. So I started over and made a sample about 12" wide using 3 colors. Finally I figured out on Row 2 where it says "*Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc)." --- that in the dc before the 'cluster' I YOH and draw up a loop. Then I YOH again and draw through 2 loops on hook - leaving 1 loop on the hook. Then I do the same thing in the cluster. And I do the same again in the next dc. Then I YOH and draw thru all 4 loops on the hook, creating --- a CLUSTER! I.e. "Cluster over next (dc, cluster, dc)." I can't say for sure that I have it all figured out, I'm still working on it. But at least now its looking like the picture! If anyone else has ideas about how to make this pattern work, please help us. It's a beautiful afghan, and I'd like to finish it (correctly!) someday.

I just cannot do this afghan...very frustrated!!! Row 2 doesn't seem to be right..no valleys only peaks. I think I have the corrected pattern but I just can't get it to work. Suggestions please??? and Thanks!!

Started this pattern yesterday with fear after reading the reviews. I have to say I don't know what all the fuss is over on the second row. If you dc cluster dc over the cluster it will go like this, dc over dc, start cluster in ch space between dc and cluster, then dc over dc. Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Ripple-Afghans/Mountain-Mist-Afghan-from-Bernat/ml/1#wohjtEMWh86ryhrE.99

I checked the pattern on the Bernat site and its the same as printed here. I haven't started this afghan yet but hopefully will get to it next week. Maybe someone will have a solution to the problem quite a few are having by then.

can someone please help with this pattern I also am having problems with this, below they have said corrections have bee posted on the bernat site but I am unable to find any

http://www.bernat.com/pattern.php?PID=5495 here's the pattern but you have to sign up and be logged in to view :)

Started this pattern yesterday with fear after reading the reviews. I have to say I don't know what all the fuss is over on the second row. If you dc cluster dc over the cluster it will go like this, dc over dc, start cluster in ch space between dc and cluster, then dc over dc. Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Ripple-Afghans/Mountain-Mist-Afghan-from-Bernat/ml/1#woX8YT4HSrrrW3sc.99

Please tell where to find the answer to row 2? Maybe some one can make a Youtube video so we can watch how it is really done. I have been to Bernat.com and nothing there. Please help me get this done. Thank You!

okay just read more of the comments.. its not just me.. good to know...:)

I have reread this and reread it.. i am having trouble with the ends coming out to match.. can"t figure out what i'm doing wrong. I feel like the first group of 3dc, 3ch, 3dc, should actually be the first cluster. My starting end is shorter going uphill then my ending going downhill. I've crocheted many an afghan but I'm really confused. I'll try it the other way I guess and report back.. just wondering if anyone else is experiencing any probs with this..

This is so beautiful . love the pattern. Thank you

So beautiful colourful afghan crochet . I will crochet like that.

This is the pattern I've bee searching for for ages, but when I tried to create my afghan with it, it turned out totally different. I believe it has something to do with the cluster. Am I incorrectly reading the pattern? It doesn't even have the zig-zag effect!!!

I LOVE this pattern. I have done a bit on conversions to it and now I have used it to do couch throws, baby blankets, scarves, and even a king size afgan. I have gotten nothing but complements on this pattern and it is so easy and quick to work up. Thank you so much for posting this!

I would like to print this pattern for the Mountain Mist afghan but don't see where I can do this... is it here ?

You need to copy/paste into a program like MS Word. Then you can reformat or remove any of the internet junk that comes with it & then you save or print. I save all the patterns so that I can find them again next time I want to make them. If you don't have MS Word, you can simply hit the printer at the top of your Internet tool bar, but you will get all the internet junk printed as well. Hope this helps.

Hi Skeeter, The Mountain Mist Afghan is listed as "Waverly for Bernat - Ripple Afghan" on the Bernat site. Hope this helps. editor, AllFreeCrochet

On the Bernat.com website how is this pattern listed so I can use it in a search to find the correct pattern?

I need help with this pattern. How can I get help?

Someone please provide the American instructions for row 2!!!!!

Ok, after reading some of the comments and my over 50 years of crotcheting, I do not feel like a total fool!!! Someone please let me know about the second row asap!!!

I was up all night trying to duplicate the picture - I think it must be a wrong pattern for the picture as I have accomplished much more difficult crochet patterns than this. Can anyone help me? (I love the picture)

I cannot seem to get the ripple affect on my afghan. The ups are present; however, the downs are not.

It is beautiful. But I couldn't save it, print it, or download it.

this very same pattern was at Michaels as a tear-off free pattern on a rack with the yarns, which were from Bernat. I went nuts trying to do it then finally called Michaels. they had me come to store to meet with their crochet class teacher who immediately told me the pattern as printed was incorrect. she showed me how to go to the Bernat website and look for their corrections to their previously printed patterns. of course, there was the pattern, corrected!!! but by then I was so disgusted with the pattern I just ran a few rows to be sure the corrections "corrected" it and put it away in a bag for a rainy day when I am bored out of my skull and want to pull out and rewind all the yarn I used then start again. I haven't got the corrected pattern handy (we're away for summer) but if you think it doesn't make sense you probably have an uncorrected version. go to bernat.com. you'll have to join (free). the correction will be there and you will be a lot happier!

Could you please share the info? Bernat on line has not responded and I'm getting frustrated!!! Please!!!

I am having problems with row 2, does any one know if you make your cluster in 4 ch. or cluster into 1 ch.? Is there any corrections made to this pattern? Any tips with row two would be a great help.

check out bernat.com and look for the corrections they made to this pattern. the original version was plain wrong.

This is a beautiful afghan and very easy to make.. Love the color combo I wouldn't change it at all.

jbug who is the desiner of mountain mist afghan

i like the mountain mist,the one with green in it ..i like both but mountain mist just looks cleaner

For those of you having trouble, we recommend contacting the pattern designer directly for help. Thank you!

ginakatt im jbug waiting foraquestion answer .but i can help you the way you start this afagin where it says note read across there it will say chain 157 do that and then start the 1 row with1 dc in 4thch fromhook if you need any more help my e mail is j_bug@fairpoint.net

my problem is you don't show how to start the afgan I mean the only stitches I know to uses is the one to make a doyle and I would like to make the mountain mist afgan so please could you please tell how to start the afgan.

I love mountain mist afgan. i am making it now the problem im having is when you start the 3 row neither row 1 or 2 tells you what to do on the cluster section if i go back to 1 cluster in row 1 the pattern repeat is not rite can you help?

Do you know how to start the afgan and if so could you please send me a picture to my email @ ginakatt17@hotmail.com and show me how to begin because i am having troble getting started. 911 person in distress.ahah, gina

I'm totally lost with the directions starting in row 2! I'm new to crocheting... what does "Miss next dc mean. (1 dc in next dc...)twice" (Miss next double crochet? but what does that MEAN?) 1 dc in next dc. Cluster over next etc. I've turned my work and started the 2nd row, but I just don't see what I'm supposed to do and I can't find the answers to what these abbreviations mean. HELP!

AH...it's British directions...are all the patterns on this website with British directions? That's great...I just need to know. I'm new at this!

I'm stuck @ row 2 also, did you figure it out???

I have made this afghan. I loved the colors and the Waverly yarn by Bernat is fun to work with. The directions were a trial at first, prefer American directions. I would do this with other colors als.

i like this one because of the slightly different pattern than the ripple, it kinda looks like leaves on the peak area and not a sharp turn, nice touch. the colors would go with any season.

Any combination of colors could be used for this afghan, but I love the ones used in this photo. It reminds me of the mountains in the winter with the greens, browns for the trees and the white for the snow.

I like this one the most but probably would change the green and brown to red and possibly gray or another color compatible with red. Love the whites, though.

I just finished the Mountain Mist afghan, so easy to do but I used Red Heart Yarns, and Vanna White yarns, it came out beautiful! My friend is making this same afghan but in Halloween colors!

I know you could change the colors and make some beautiful afghans, and I probably will, but the first time I make it I intend to use the colors shown. I make afghans for the homeless and I think this would be a nice pattern for people that live in a place that doesn't get too cold.

I like this one the best but they are both nice. I like these colors but I think I would take out the browns and either do just greens and white or add some soft blues.

I would do the Mountain Mist in those same colors. It could be for guy or gal and I like the effect of those colors together

I like this one's texture.

I like this one vs. the other one you asked about because I like the lacy texture. I also really like the colors shown here.

Wow! I like this one much better! Kind of reminds me of my mom working patterns on monks cloth....

Both are very pretty, but I would choose this one over the other one. I agree that you could use other colors.

I would chose this pattern over the other! You could use many other color combinations as well.

I love this pattern, it's a ripple but prettier. I also like the colors. This is a much better pattern than the other ripple.

I LOVE THIS AFGHAN!

Beautiful colors and pattern. I love ripple afgans and this slightly different pattern.

I would love to make this afghan. I love it in the colors shown. I would have to change the colors according to who I was making for, if other than myself...I really like this one...It has such a nice delicate look to it...Different...

I'd definitely pick this one over the other and these color choices are nice.

I like the colors of Mountain Mist. It doesn't look as heavy as most ripple patterns. I plan to use this pattern for a baby blanket for my great niece's baby boy due in April. I will probably do it in blues and tans with cream. The shower is in 2 weeks so I better get moving on it.

I . I LOVE this afghan. Soft, light and delicate appearing! I love the color combination, too. I have already purchased yarns in these colors to make it! This is not the usual 'my Grandmother's" tightly, crocheted ripple that you usually expect. I would love to make it also in white w/pastels for a baby afghan.

I would make The Mountain Mist afghan. Its gorgeous! And I would use the exact colors shown!

Wonderful earth tones in The Mountain Mist Afghan, would change the green yarns to pale blue - medium blue.

I think I would make this one...I like the other one but think I like this one just a little more. I would probably use different colors as I normally don't put green/brown together....I normally just put different shades of one color together. I can't wait to try this pattern though.

I like the Mountain Mist the best. It looks like evergreens with snow on the trees and the mountain.

I think I might try this one. I think my oldest daughter would love the design.

I like the Mountain Mist the best. It is different than the other ripple afghans. I saw this one last week on line and decided that I am going to make it using the same colors.

This is a beautiful afghan....love the colors...would make this in a heartbeat

I love the Mountain Mist Afghan, the colors look nice together. It would make a nice throw to have over a chair or on the sofa. jcg1224

I love the Mountain Mist Afghan, the colors look nice together. It would make a nice throw to have over a chair or on the sofa. jcg1224

The Mountain Mist has fantastic Colors, it's awesome!

I love the Mountain Mist. Wonderful colors. The other one is very pretty but this one is more to my liking. Very beautiful!

I love this just as it is, colors and everything. I will probably end up crocheting this afghan.

I really like this pattern. It's light and airy without being too "holey". I would use these same colors as they look like nature to me.

This is beautiful. I just started crocheting about 9 months ago and I hope I can make this--I LOVE it.

I personally prefer the mountain mist, however, my colors are ivory, lavender and sage green, so would make it accordingly. The colors shown are very pretty too, though

I like this one, especially the colors. The ripples are different than any other one I have seen. I'm going to try it. Thanks.

When I first saw the Mountain Mist Afghan, it was "No Name Afghan." I thought it was so beautiful I could not wait to crochet it, and did so, but with different colors (wish I could attach a picture). I love this pattern, but will probably try the other one next, but with different colors. I work on the phones, following a script, and have many hours to multitask and crochet, but need easy patterns where I don't have to count stitches. Mountain Mist Afghan was like that, and I think the Lace Ripple Afghan would be as well.

I like the pattern - as for the colors, if I think it would depend on who I was giving this to and perhaps where they lived. If this was for my Georgia house, the Mountain Mist would definitely be my choice but if I was making this for my Grandmother then the other would work.

I like the Mountain Mist pattern and would never make the other one. It looks outdated and the colours are too brash. I like afghans that are nice to look at and interesting to crochet.

I love the Mountain Mist Afghan.

I love this one! The soft colors go with most everything. The other reminds me of those three part, old-fashioned coconut candy bars in those exact colors. Limited appeal for most folks.

The Mountain Mist is the prettiest, love the earthy tones.

I love that choice of colours because it is earthy - peaceful colours. I would crochet this afghan in these beautiful earth tone colours. It is very striking in those colours.

The Mountain Mist pattern has much more character :)

I like this one the best!

I like the Mountain Mist too. it is very pretty but I will make them both.

Mountain Mist is my favorite. I love the lacy look combined with the ripple effect--they just go together.

what does "miss next ch" or "miss _________" mean?

It means to skip nezt chainand go in to next.

I like the lacy look and how easy it is!

I love the lacy look and the colors. I'm going to make this one.

I really like the pattern and the colours of this afghan and would definitely make it

I really like the colors of the Mountain Mist Afghan but I especially like the pattern.

Mountain Mist Afghan is my first choice. I made it with very similar colors and it looked awesome!

Land and Sea or Land Meets Sea

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I am wondering how I can reach the person who made this pattern. I need to clarify how to do this it is not working for me. I thank ou in advance for reading this. Lori

I am trying to crochet this but my results do not match the picture. I can't seem to make the pattern work for me to match up to the picture. Could you please help me as I would really like to make this. The part I am really having trouble with is the 3 dc in next ch. Ch 3. 3 dc in next ch. It just doesn't look like the picture. Pleeeease help!

I have been doing this pattern and it is not working out as the pattern states. could there be mistakes in the pattern. I followed it as exact as I could, but I am not getting that look that looks like branches on a tree.

I fear I've finally gotten a password and logged in too late, but just in case, here's my suggestion for a name for the afghan.....Autumn's Forest, for all the little trees that dip into the row above (or below as the case may be), and I made one for my granddaughter whose name is Autumn!!!! Heidi DeWitt

How about "Forest Dream"? It is so calming.

How about naming it Green Tea and Chocolate? (always food on the brain) ;}

This is beautiful! Thank you! I just put it as #1 on my To-Do list!

Thanks to everyone who participated in naming this project. The winner is jolie 5569817 for the suggestion of Mountain Mist!

I would name it ... "Grasshopper Pie" . It reminds me of green creme de mint, chocolate and whipped cream .

This beauiful afghan should be named "Fruit Ripple". In the colors shown its reminds me od beautiful "Pineaples". I am currently making one in shades of purple and greens. The "Grape" verison. Thank you for all your wonderful Free patterns!

I think this is one of the most beatiful afghans that I have ever seen....and like some othe comments showing it also makes me think of snowy mountains-br the name I would to submit is "Snowy Mountain in Spring"

Snow in the Woods would be a good name for this afghan.

These colors are beautiful - they remind me of a snow-covered forest. I think the perfect name would be "Aspen Forest."

My suggestion is to call it "charlie brown' because it reminds me of his shirt. : ) alicia

Since this looks to me like like fresh snow in a pine forrest my suggestion is: Snow on the Pines.

The second I saw this afghan I thought of Salt Water Taffy and a walk on the Boardwalk.

I think it should be called Mint Mocha Cream. It makes me think of a quiet winter morning beside the fireplace drinking Irish Coffee!

I believe this afghan should be named Wintertime Bliss! Carolyn T.

My suggestion is New England Winter -

Fireside Mountain Lodge Afghan

Definitely something ocean related . . . maybe Sand, Sea & Whitecaps???

My suggestion is COZY BEACH WAVES

No Name Afghan should be renamed Desert Evening, because the colors are those of succulants, cacti, sand and rocks. Brenda B.

Mint Chocolate Dream - the colors remind me of mint chocolate ice cream, which is dreamy!

I suggest the name of this afghan be Rocky Mountain Winter; that's what it reminds me of.

This afghan is so lacy that I think Winter Lace would be a very good name for it. I love the colors and think they are well suited to each other. Thank you for this pattern... I can hardly wait until I can buy the yarn to make it! Carol Bromund

Winter Woods Ripple Afghan.

Piney Woods warmth !

I think this is so pretty and reminds me of autumn colors... I think Autumn RIpple was a name that came to my mind about it. thanks for all the nice patterns..and enjoy the site! sincerely, donna beem, oakwood, ga

This pattern looks like "Winter Warmth" Afghan. The warmth of an afghan along with the subdued colors of winter snow and the forest.

I think it should be called "Apples and Cinnamon"

Minty Chocolate Ripple because it reminds me of yummy icecream, which I love in the winter!!! Terri Timmons

When I saw this afghan the first words that came to me were Sand and Surf. Judy Russell

A Walk in the Woods seems appropriate and catchy.

I think Northern Thoughts would be a good name. The green is for the Northern Lights, white is for the snow, browns are for the trees and earth and animals up north. Pattern is great I am trying to print it out so I could see if I can make it. Having some problems doing this.

Not poetic, but it looks somewhat like a "Multi-colored Snowflake Lace Afghan" to me. (Or should that be Multi-colored Lace Snowflake Afghan?) It does look like both snowflakes and lace.

I would name it Yukon Gold Ripple Mining!

I think Snowy Pine Forest should be the name for this afghan pattern. Deidre Pickett professorpickett@gmail.com

"The Five" would be a good name for this afghan. The 5 different colors helps a creator know how many colors there are without counting them all.

Misty Waves - like the ocean at dawn

Shoreline Ripples would be a great name for the afghan. The colors remind me of the reeds and cattails that grow near the shore of a lake with the water rippling through them

I WOULD NAME THIS PATTERN: CHOCOLATE-MOCHA-MINT SURPRISE

Beautiful and Delightful design very appealing. I think it should be named Dreamy Winter Delight.

It reminds me of Chocolate Peppermint - hence the name could be Chocolate Peppermint Cream.

I think it should be named Winter Whisper.

I think the name should be "Spring Growth" because it reminds me of spring when all the new flowers, leaves etc are starting to grow.

"Autumn Lace" -- it reminds me of the end of Autumn/beginning of winter, the colors of Autumn & the first fallen snow!

It looks light and airy so my name would be : light and lofty cluster ripple afgan Liz Lewis

My suggestion for a name is Comforting Ripples. Thanks for a great site.

It looks like an "Ocean Tide".

I would call it "chocolate sorbet" the green reminds me of mint sorbet and the brown, well chocolate of course.

"Aspen Afghan" -- it reminds me of trees and pine cones in snow.

* Four Seasons * - a year ago our family moved to Florida's Space Coast.......well, being from New England, I miss each season bringing on their individual beauty of sight, smell and feeling.........so when I saw this afghan, and its' colors, my first thought were of the four seasons........(fall and winter are my favorite)

Bargello Winter Landscape

I think the name for this afghan should be "Snow in the Mountains". It's a beautiful pattern.

Rocky Mountain Pines

Winter in the woods

Very nice pattern, I would call it The Ripple Effect

Thi is a lovely design. I think a good name for the design is "Rippled Snow on Fall"

I think the afghan should be Northwoods Wonderland. Nona M.

I think it should be Peppermint Pattie.

Light in the Forest

Light in the Forest

"Sea & Sand Ripple". I have been overseas, and this shade of greens made me think of the mediterrain sea.

I think a fitting name for this afghan is; Fall into Winter!

My suggestion for the name of this afghan is "Through the Forest"

My suggestion for the name of the afghan is "Lacey Forest".

"Soft Ripple Afghan"

I see the pattern as "Amber Waves Afghan" It is like looking at the trees, grass, & sky with a soft breeze blowing.

Cozy Harvest Afghan

My suggestion for the name of this afghan is Soft Lacy Ripple

Name suggestion "Snow Mountain" or "Snowy Mountain" or "Early Season Drifts"

My suggestion is "Big Sir" Ripple

My suggestion for naming the afghan is "Winter Forest."

My suggestion for the name of this afghan is CHOCOLATE MINT

NATURE'S PURITY AFGHAN, the colors fit together for a clean, natural look.

The colors green & brown remind me of the woods .... So, I submit the names: Woodland Fantasy Woodland Ripple Woods and Wonder

I like the name"Waving TreeTops" because they look like tree tops.. I think it is beautiful.. Thanks for sharing

It looks like "Canadian Scenery" to me.

LACY WINTER LEAVES

How about "Greek Forest"??? Thanks, RJillOK

These colors are excellent. I would name the afghan "SILENT HUES" Really enjoy your website. Thx.

A day at the beach. And I love it! Susan Baxter

this looks yummy makes me think "Chocolate & Peppermint Delight" thanks Sharon

I would call this afghan, "Winter Spruce Trees" I live in the Colorado Rockies and these colors remind me of our big beautiful spruce trees!

I would name it ALPINE RIPPLE as the colours make me think of the sun shining on a crisp snowy mountainside with fresh pine trees glistening and complete calm surrounding the scene.

The thought that came to my mind was Winter Woodland Waves...beautiful colors for winter!

How about "Ivy on the garden fence." Barbara

I would name the afghan "Cedars and Cinnamon in the snow" JjKiser

Winterskol, or Aspen's glow, it reminds me of John Denver's old song where I imagine the beautiful landscape of browns and greens of the Aspen trees covered by a blanket of snow.

i think the name should be RIBBONS OF JADE AND JASPER beautiful gemstones. thank you barbara

I would call it : "Leaves and Lace" --- the fall colors of greens and browns remind me of the leaves of fall changing colors and the white reminds me of lace in all its purity of white .

it looks like a ski resort area I would call it 'Winter Wonder". I see the trees, snowy mountains and snowflakes.

I suggest "Seaside Ripples" for this afghan.

I'd like to name the No Name Afghan as followsbr br Springtime Romantic Lace Ripplebr br

"Go with the Flow" Afghan. Seems fitting for the design.

This is a GORGEOUS afghan - I suggest calling it 'Anticipating Spring' or 'Spring Glory'...

I would call this pattern Angels Lace.

I would call this Spring Moss because of the colors.

My suggestion to name this beautiful piece would be "Alpine Mint" Ripple Aphgan.

I think this pattern should be called "Tiny Pinecones"

i think this should pine snowflake rippleafghan

I like Lacy Forest Afghan.

Good name = winding winter roads!

Fall Evenings

This afghan should be called 'Sand and Sea'

I would call this beautiful afghan Woodland Beauty.

My suggestion for the name would be "Echoes of Winter".

"Winter Frosty"

I would call this afghan "Snowflake Cluster Ripple"

Cool Mint Ice Cream Throw

I think it should be called "mint ripples". The colors remind me of the different flavors of mint.

"The Minty mocha ripples" for this warm afghan.

I think ripples of fall, or hint of fall.

Trees in the Forrest or just plain Forrest

I would name this beautiful afghan "Frost on Pine Ridge".

Winter Woodland is what I think would be a good name for it.

I think it should be called Alpine Lodge Cozy.

"Peek-a-Boo Ripple" fits this lovely afghan due to the open work.

I would call this lovely Afghan "The Four Seasons" due to the Spring Greens, Summer Tans, Autum Browns and Winter Whites... peebee3

peppermint patty- it reminds me of a thin mint cookie

Frosty Winter Woods

I see the pattern as snowflakes...so I would call it Snowflakes Delight....

Forest Ripple Dream

winter time in the forest

I like the name "Rustic Elegance" for this afghan. It uses rustic colors, but it is a lacy-looking elegant stitch.

I would name this afghan "Frosty Pine Forest." It looks like my beloved Ponderosa Pine forests covered in the heavy frost from the riverbottom.

I thought of --Walk Among the Follage Patsy

"Autumn Bliss" It looks so soothing and peaceful.

This reminds me of my favorite ice cream "Chocolate Mint" & sometimes I put Marshmallow Cream on top of it. YUMMMM

I believe a good name for this afghan is, "Over the Waves". Rated on November 19,2011 by member 5814061.

I would give this beautiful afghan the simple name WINTER. So soft so peaceful.

Navajo Spring

What came to mind when I saw this was Pine Needles and Pine Cones, so that is what I would name it.

Earthly Pleasures comes to mind when I look at this afgan.

Autumn Glow

I would call this afghan "Changing Seasons" because the colors seem to represent spring and summer(greens), fall(browns), and winter(white for the snow). I have got to make this one.

spearmint christmas

How about "Lacy Ripple"

The first name that came to my mind was "Whispering Pines". It's like walking through a pine forest in the winter.

Forest Glade

snowy mountain ripple

This afghan reminds me of "My Spring Garden". What a lovely pattern

This afghan reminds me of " Acorns in Autumn Trees" by fayneal

I would call this project"Desert Dreams Afghan"...the colors remind me of the sand,cactus and camel one would see in a desert.

I thought Sand and Sea when I first saw the picture. Very soothing.

I would call this project Sea Foam.

I think Elegant would be a good name. It is very elegant looking.

Pines in Winter

This reminds me of "Early Autumn Snow"...The snow has fallen on the leaves that are still on the trees and the sky is the winter blue..sooo peaceful and new.

Celery and Mustard Ripple

"Frosty Forest Pathways" is what came to mind when I saw it. It is Lovely.

Caribbean Autumn, reminds me of the dry and wet sands, sea oats and the beautiful clear waters of the Caribbean.

This reminds me of the First Forest Snowfall.

I would call this project "Autumn Leaves"

Zen Garden looks very comforting

Mountain Waves

Winter forest fantasy.

I would name this afghan Railroad Ties

Yosemite Beauty comes to mind - a frozen waterfall in a softly falling snow. Definitely a beauty, this pattern is a great project for winter evenings in front of the fire!

Winter Woodlands Afghan

Autumn Sand Dunes comes to mind.by BABSY C

I would name this afghan.....AUTUMN BEGINNINGS!!

Snow in the forest-the first thought that came to me.

Waves on the beach is what it looks like to me. Love the colors!!

It should be called "Brain Waves Afghan". My first thought was brain waves when I looked at the picture. Our brains are always busy working to create, solve, think, and rest. Each colored ripples represents the different aspects how are brains are constantly working.

Mocha Mint Ripple

The first thing I thought of was electric waves. Beautiful color and design.

Autumn Symphony really says what I saw when I looked at the finished photo Terrb

I would name this pattern "Fall Seas" because of the deep aqua waves and the deep colors of wet sand in the fall light.

Winter Forest first thing that popped into my head when I saw it.

Snowflakes in the Forest

WINTER FIR should be the name for this afghan

"Fall to Winter Afghan". I sat and looked at this afghan for awhile and tried to think what does this afghan make me think of? This was an odd pairing of colors I thought, but in made me think of different seasons. The browns made me think of fall when the leaves change and fall from the trees. The pale greens and white made me think of winter when everything is snow &/or ice. That's my suggestion. Carol @ carolglynninmo@gmail.com

I think the name should be "Parfait", because of all it luscious layers!

I would call it "Autumn Leaves" because of the fact that some of the leaves in Fall are still shades of green and some are shades of brown.

Walk in Winter Woods is the perfect description of this afghan pattern! The frosty greens are the pine trees, the brown is the tree branches and trunks, and the white is the snow covered paths between the trees. It is the only name for this afghan that perfectly fits the design and colors used!

I would name this project "Chocolate Mint Truffles"

Snow-capped Pines

Name it "Ripples at the Seaside"

Three season afghan from summer, fall and winter white

I would name this afghan Mint Chocolate Waves.

I like green tea and chocolate

Winter Woods. This afghan reminds me of the primary colors you would see in the winter. Also the pattern reminds me of the branches on the trees in the winter.

This reminds of of the woods in winter, so I believe it should be named Winter Wonderland.