Stop and Stare Crocheted Afghan

Stop and Stare Crocheted Afghan

The bright colors of this crochet ripple afghan really are mesmerizing, hence why we called it the Stop and Stare Crocheted Afghan. Feel free to mix up the color combination and customize the look of this blanket with your own colors. There are five different afghan sizes to choose from in this free pattern, so you can really make it your own. The repetitive ripple pattern is a mindless design that you can work up with very little effort.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This is a beautifully put together ripple afghan and I love the name that been assigned to it, M and W because you can see the images of m's and w's. The colors go so well together and I am sure any room will look get with it as an added piece of decor.

I love ripple afghans, and this one looks to be incredible. I love the brightness of the colors used. It would be the perfect gift for anyone. If you are not fond of bright colors such as these, it would be easy enough to change the color scheme to one of your own liking.

The colors of the M and W ripple blanket are just stunning. From the light to the dark shades and there placement it is a work of art. In addition to the color changes, the number of lines for designated colors lends to the beauty of the finished design. This is a treasure in the making.

These colors are awesome and this ripple afghan is beautiful. It certainly got my attention with those bright and cheerful colors. The ripple stitch is truly a classic and timeless stitching pattern. The name is great because it did make me stop and stare and I am still staring. I love a boho look and this has a touch of that also with the colors.

This is a really pretty blankie for chilly mornings on my deck in the summertime. I'd like it just for that. The colors are great, just my style. The design is a classic, but randomly done ripple. I like the twist on the classic ripple. It is AWESOME how the designer provides us with different size choices!

I have seen this colorful afghan many times over but I realized it's only now that I'm pinning this and it's only now that I'm commenting on this. I've always thought I've long conquered this project until now. I like this pattern because this is not your usual ripple or chevron afghan. Here's the link to the pattern http//stitcheryprojects.com/2014/02/07/m-and-w-rip == ple-blanket/.

Most patterns I see on the internet crochet sites are rated 4 out of 5 stars, but many, many times there are no comments, such as here, where this is the first related to this pattern. Who then gave it 4 out of 5 stars? And why? I haven't made the afghan, but I am forced to give it a rating, so I'm giving it 5 stars because the photo of it looks like the pattern is quite acceptable.

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