V Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan


V Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan

V Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan
V Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan

A great way to brighten up your living space is with a new throw blanket. Working up this V Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan is a surefire way to refresh your home decor without spending massive amounts of money on a new couch or flooring. The V stitches in this crochet afghan pattern create a lacy, open design that will mesh with any home. The five color pattern used is full of calming colors, and if you decide that is not for you, any five colors of your choosing would work beautifully.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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This V-Stitch Crochet Ripple Afghan would make up into a grand ombre color palette! Just using the five right shades of blue, green, or red would be amazing! I most definitely want to learn to work with the bulky weight yarns and a V-stitch would build my repertoire of stitches. It's clearly beyond my skill level at this point though I will tuck it away for a future endeavor. Thanks for the free pattern!

Here is a wonderful take on a classic ripple stitch afghan. I admire her work as she had to figure out through trial and error how to make the v-stitch work. It's hard to believe that the entire afghan only uses five balls of coordinating bulky yarn! So pretty and it looks super soft.

this is a really beautiful pattern

The classic ripple afghan with an updated look. Very nice color choice, so serene and calming. I am loving this color scheme, but dont love all those ads and popups that take forever to load on the blog that we are directed to in order to get the pattern for this lovely afghan. They are so annoying and slow my computer to almost a halt.

Beautiful colour palette and I really like v-stitch because it works up so quickly. I tried a ripple pattern years ago when I was a beginner and had no luck so I got turned off of the ripple. Going to try again now that my skills are better. Has anyone made this?

I do not like these "secret patterns" I do not have the time to go through them to see if I might like something.

I agree with you 100%. I have also complained about the time it takes to go thru all of the "secrets". Many of the patterns are lovely, they just aren't my taste so they are not of interest to me.

I want to another gorgeous afghan simply because of its color scheme which is calming and unassuming. I like the blend of teal, chocolate browns and white. So serene. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.petalstopicots.com/2014/10/v-stitch-croc == het-ripple-afghan-pattern/

I love the zig zag look of this afghan! It's making me want to learn the v-stitch already.

I am also in love with this chevron afghan, Jules! I also love the colors they used for the picture, they compliment each other so well! I recently learned how to do the v-stitch and it was very easy to pick up! Good luck!


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