Rainbow Ripple Pillow


Rainbow Ripple Pillow


Add a pop of color to your home decor with this Rainbow Ripple Pillow. This free crochet pattern is great to make for any room of your house. Ripple patterns are easy to crochet and are visually appealing to look at. The pattern is written to fit large pillows, but it's easy to adjust for a smaller pillow. To do so, simply reduce the pattern in increments of 23 stitches.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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

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I had no problems accessing and printing out this pattern. The construction of this pillow resembles the making of a mini afghan. Looks simple enough. The ripple design is a basic design that everyone should be able to make. The tassels are a very good accent piece and adds some pizzazz.

I am loving this pillow. I made a chevron ripple stitch blanket that I use nearly every day. It hangs on the back of my sofa! My colors are the same as this. The pillow is constructed from one long piece and then folded over and seamed together. You then fold over to create a flap.

I understand how frustrated people can feel when they can't print a pattern but there are alternatives if for some reason their system can't do it Have the pattern displaying on screen and use the following keys on your keyboard - ctrl alt PrtScrn the PrtScrn key is usually found in the top row after the F keys and the other two are usually next to the space bar in the bottom row Now open up a word document or dtp document or any program you have that will allow you to display graphics Press Ctrl and V paste and the image you have captured from the screen will be there You can then use your editing tools crop for example to remove the bits you don't want around the pattern I often use this with the internet when the print function causes trouble or I want to save the infoRead More to a computer file rather than print it to paper Of course you could always use paper and pen and copy out patterns that you want particularly if they are short - after all that is what we all did back in the day before computers when friends were kind enough to share their ideas or we borrowed library books of patterns I am so glad I found this site with all the great FREE patterns and information I really appreciate the time that goes into running a site like this and the effort that people go to to create and share their ideas so keep up the good work

I printed the pattern without any difficulty, using the web browser tool menu. Thank you, AllFreeCrochet for supplying us with so many wonderful patterns and to all the designers who are freely offering their beautiful designs for all of us to use. Too often we read complaints or rudeness here, instead of expressing our thanks for all you do.

what good is the pattern if you cannot print it? I can't read from the computer and I don't crochet in that room. how can I print it????

Control ;P; On your keyboad should bring up the printer' Try it


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