SmoothFox's Beginner's Round Ripple

SmoothFox's Beginner's Round Ripple

This round ripple reminds me of the ocean and its waves. The different shades of blue make me feel like I'm on vacation. Worsted weight yarn and an I hook are used.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

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 do like this pattern very much, however, there is no mention of how big it is, when it's done or if there was I did not see it. I'm curious as to its finished size. I may use it for my afghan down the road - just collecting patterns right now. It is a beautiful pattern.

Something to keep in mind when starting a ripple pattern is that the beginning can be frustrating but if you get through the first little bit, it WILL get easier. I LOVE ripples and I'm looking forward to making this :)

I tried the copy and paste and got a 2 page pattern-now I can't wait to get started

Loved making it!! I had to start 4 times, but once I got going, I had no trouble. Thank you!

I love the colors and shape of this. Hope i can do it.

@StewiesMama 7685054, After you click on the link to view the pattern and you are at the original designer's site, we suggest that you highlight ONLY the text of the pattern, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way without the extra features on the site which will add unnecessary pages to your print document. --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

The afghan is adorable,but 14 pages for the free directions?!? I sincerely hope that is an error, I read over the directions and at the outside this is 5 pages at best. We don't want to read a novel, just make an afghan. What a shame, it is either unnecessary waste or another example of making things harder than they need to be. I have crocheted for 39 years and in all that time I have never come across the need for a 14 page pattern regardless of the project! The closest I've came was a 12 page wedding gown.

The 14 pages are because it includes the comments as well. If you're able to scroll down (in the print preview), just check & see what the last page of the pattern is and print 1 through ? pages.

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