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Lace Ripple Afghan
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.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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

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I have made so many ripple afghans in as many patterns that I have lost count. They bring back many childhood memories of my grandmother's creations. I made this one in the same colors as the picture and it is beautiful. It is LARGE (which I love), drapes beautifully , and would be perfect as a bed coverlet. It reminds me of neopolitan ice cream. The pattern directions are fine and I will be making this pattern again in shades of neutral next time.

I love making ripple afghans. They are easy to do, once you have worked a few rows. This pattern is different than previous ones I have made, but I love the look of it! I glanced over the pattern, and I do not see anything wrong with it. I will definitely be adding this to my list of patterns! Thank you!

Just came across the pattern for this beautiful afghan. I see from the comments on the bloggers site that there are a lot of people having problems working the pattern. The blogger has included written directions, a video, and a diagram so I am not sure why there are so many problems working this out.

instructions are incorrect. It just doesn't come out right, and I've restarted it 3 times

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 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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