Thursday, May 17, 2007

Moonglow Ripple Afghan


I have had a lot of interest in this particular baby afghan, the pattern for which can be found in the Leisure Arts book More Beginning Crochet.
However, if you dont want to buy the pattern, HERE is a link to a similar pattern.....the only major difference is that you have to add the scallopped edge, which is pretty easy.
Yarn used was Caron Simply Soft blue and Lion Pound of Love white.
Crochet, Away!
Sandy

9 comments:

naida said...

hi Sandy, luv the blog! and great projects :o)

Mini said...

Nice job on the ripple-ghan ~ the colors are perfect!

Sandytoo said...

Thanks, naida....hope to have more up soon :) Next one should be my filet panel.

Sandytoo said...

Thanks, Mini.

Oh BTW, I think YOUR Blog is terrific! I am going to check it out again today :)

Sônia Maria said...

Hi Sandy!
Is lovely!
Hugs
Sônia Maria
www.falandodecrochet.blogspot.com

Sônia Maria said...

Hi Sandy!
I love your blog and your crochets.
Hugs,
Sônia Maria
www.falandodecrochet.blogspot.com

Sônia Maria said...

Hi Sandy!
You it left me very moved.
Pretty words.
I taste very of its blog and its crochets.
It has one day wonderful.
Great hug of the deep one of my heart.
Sônia Maria www.falandodecrochet.blogspot.com

angel said...

What a lovely blanket! The colour combination is just perfect for this pattern. I can see it as a shawl if lace weight yarn is used!

Sandytoo said...

Thanks for your comment, Angel! Its nice to know my past projects are still being checked out :)

And thats a great idea. It could very easily be changed into a shawl by working in rows instead of in the round. Will have to give that a try....Thanks again for stopping by!

Sandy

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