Lacy V-stitch Ripple Afghan
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Lacy V-stitch Ripple Afghan

The Lacy V-stitch Ripple Afghan is an easy and elegant afghan that is just calling your name. The stitches are made in chain spaces making this crocheted afghan a pretty design. Boucle or homespun yarn is best for this pattern, but you can use any yarn you'd like for a different look.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I love the look of this Lacy V-stitch Ripple Afghan. Using worsted weight yarn like the writer says can be a good way to try different brand name yarns. After reading the written pattern and all the comments, I like that this afghan will do is't own pretty scalloped edge as you progress. I also like that there is a chart telling you how to make different sizes. I'm looking forward to doing this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This pattern is absolutely gorgeous. This is an excellent pattern to make for a man or a woman with the correct color changes. The designer is very helpful to her followers and answers most of the questions people had with working out her design. Its always nice when you get the human touch back from a blogger.

So simple and quick. I love the way the v stitches between the shells give off the illusion that the blanket is made in panels and then crocheted together. It is great to have so many sizes to choose from too. You could make one for everyone - carriage cover to double bed!

What exact yarn did you use to achieve this beautiful color? Please

Hi joycoules, I would suggest clicking through to the blogger's website and asking directly in those comments to ensure that the blogger sees it. :) I hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

It's an easy and beautiful pattern. I've taught many of my students to do this. Any and all color combinations are great.

I thought I've pinned this but I did it today only. This afghan looked better with the navy blue border which gave it the drama. It wouldn't be as attractive if it was only the light blue afghan without the dark blue border. Here's the link to the pattern http//stitcheryprojects.com/2011/12/07/lacy-v-stit == ch-ripple-afghan/.

You do very good work. This is a beautiful as well as easy afghan. Hope to see a lot more of your work.

Does anyone know if there is a how to video on this it is so pretty? I cannot read paterns yet, I have been making things waqtching videos.

It says ,when you click on "Click here for crochet pattern" that there is a video under special stitches.

This is very very nice! I can't wait to give it a try, I'm alwayslooking for fast easy projects. Thank you for posting it! Any more ideas? (ha ha) crochet mom

I was drawn in by the picture of this project, with the light color of the blanket overall and then the pretty and dark edging! Can't wait to try this pattern, this would make such a lovely gift for someone, baby or adult!

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