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Teal Round Ripple Blanket

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Updated April 13, 2017
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This Teal Round Ripple Blanket can be used as a baby blanket, a lap blanket or a throw. Your end result will look like a 12-point star with beautiful lace. Once you learn how to crochet a blanket you'll want to dive right into this one. Crochet instructions are provided for five width choices.

Teal Round Ripple Blanket
Teal Round Ripple Blanket
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Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This will be beautiful in any color and uses some very basic crochet stitches. I can't wait to make it! I have crocheted a lot and I think this would be a good pattern for someone who has finished a few projects, but it really shouldn't require a lot of experience. AND what a beautiful, impressive gift to give at a baby shower!

Wow beautiful! Thank you for the pattern. Ill definitely add this to my to-do list. I want to make a blanket for a special friends baby and this is perfect. The instructions are very detailed and clear and very easy to understand. The stitch count chart is a rare find on patterns.

This round design lapghan is so pretty with the scalloped shells in between the ripples. It uses a nice bulky yarn with an "I" hook, of course. How adorable this would be for the baby's nursery. This would also be a great charity project for the old folk's home. The bulky yarns are always super soft so it will be perfect for them.

My first glance at this free pattern for the Teal Round Ripple Blanket was quite intimidating. How ever when I read through the instructions I totally felt like I could accomplish this beautiful piece. There are no stitches used I am don't know how to crochet so this project has been placed on that ever growing to crochet list.

This looks like it would be a fun pattern to do! I like that you can make this in whatever size you like. I think you could use a medium weight yarn. It would just take a little longer to get done. It would be a little lighter weight, as well. The rows look like ripples and open shells.

I love the simple pattern of this project and how it still looks very elegant. Im a little concerned about the yarn weight bulky/chunky would be used up quicker and would call for more skeins (therefore a pricier project). I can easily see this being a very lovely pillow pattern (or a pillow and blanket set!). Im glad there are different width choices and I may choose to start with the smallest width. I can only imagine this getting heavier and bulkier (to fold up) as you make it bigger...

Sorry is it half double crochet.

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