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September 23, 2009

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Michelle Hocking

Hi Lucy, I really want to make this ripple blanket in 4ply yarn. Can you please tell me what size hook would be best and how many chains I will need to start. This is so lovely, I can't wait to get started. Thank you

Nikky Bruce

Hiya,
I have just bought the coast ripple blanket yarn pack as I just love the colours! Would you have any advice on how to adapt the pattern to a baby blanket? I was hoping to make it as a gift for a new baby in the family, along with some accessories with the left over yarn...So excited!
From Nikky

Dana Dyer

Greetings. Others have asked, but I don't see the response, how many chain would you suggest for a baby blanket? Thank you. I so enjoy you blogs.

Kylie Lang

Hi beautiful,

I've just come across thise page, and was wondering what ply yarn, what size hook amd how many starting chains you used for this gorgeous, precious blanket ❤

Thanks

Justine

Thank you Lucy for you quick response to my query about needle size and wool, I'll be ordering the wool from the site x

Justine

Hi, I've been practising the ripple and am ready now to make my first attempt the real thing. Please can you tell me which wool and hook I should use. Many thanks

federica

Hi, I'm federica and I'm writing to you from Italy.
I made your blanket for my first granddaughter, but I changed color at every turn and, surprise, the blanket has two different sides!
has been a great success, thank you!

Claire

Hi Lucy, I have been searching the internet for a crochet baby blanket for my first blanket project and came across your website today. I have been entranced alllll day, my one day off, enjoying and indulging in your most sumptuous use of colour combinations and creative projects. You have a wonderful sense of colour, a true artist. With great difficulty I have stuck to my initial project (first) and plan to make the baby ripple blanket. Are you able to share the pattern and hook size? I must also congratulate you on your detailed instructions for this ripple blanket with very helpful photos, the best that I have found on the internet and thats a lot of looking!! You have inspired me to be adventurous and creative, thank you.

Alaria

Hi Lucy,

Love the baby blanket. which yarn and hook did you use and how much yearn and how many chain stitches did you start with?

Many Thanks

Charmaine Rimmer

Hello Lucy as you can see I am back at your wonderful attic24, it is always like walking into Alladins Cave to me anyway. I am still crocheting for charity and as the Straight rows granny st blanket came out so well as well as my attermpt at the cupcake blanket pattern, still got a bit to do. I have been wanting to learn to so the Ripple stitch and to make a blanket and lo and behold there it is one your site. I have done the practise swatch a few times and although I am no expert I've got it after a few rows. So tomorrow I start the real thing, I just know I am going to enjoy following your tutorials once again. So a huge thank you for sharing your amazing talent with us I am so sure there are many of your followers who would agree with me. I wish you and your family a really happy Xmas and a really prosperous and happy New Year.

Sarah

Just wondered what ply your yarn is, and what gauge hook you are using? I'm pretty new to crochet and not confident enough to free-range these sorts of decisions yet!

Kristi Jiggens

Hi Lucy! I am an avid follower and lover of all your projects! I was wondering do you answer any of the questions the people ask or is this just a comment section only? Just curious is all....thanks for all the inspiration!!!

Kristi

Jude

I love what you do and wish my fingers were nimble enough to tackle the tiny stuff! Will stick to the blankets

Kim hanslow

Can you tell me where to find the baby ripple pattern, thanks Kim

Robyn Wilkie

How many chain for this blanket please. I just love it.

Ann Pelham

Can't wait to get started on a baby ripple blanket. How many chains should I use for my foundation row, please?

Sally

I can't find the pattern to this on here anywhere, am I looking in the wrong place?

Thanks

Lynsey

Can I ask what number of chains you used to make this?

Renee

How can I get the pattern for this baby ripple blanket?

Margie  Cole

I just happen on to this site and I am over whelmed at the beautiful colors in your crochet projects.. As soon as I can get out I am buying some bright colors and making something up.. I have always used "dull" colors and you have inspired me to change...

Kathryn

Love your blanket Lucy, but my heart skipped a beat when you mentioned Bolton Abbey. I have been living in Western Canada for over 20 years now, but one of my favourite memories ever, is making my way accross the stepping stones at Bolton Abbey with a heavy picnic basket to meet up with my late mum and the rest of my family. Thanks for sharing your beautiful crochet and for striking a wonderful memory.

Laura

I am new to your site and just came across your baby ripple blanket. I have crocheted a few ripples but really like the gentle curve of yours. I would like to make one. . . where can I find the pattern?

Pam Chopko

Lucy,

Can you tell me, please, the type of yarn you used in this baby ripple blanket? Thank you.

Dirinda Westfall Lacen

So happy I stumbled onto this! Would you think I was crazy if I told you I read the whole thing (in my mind) in a British accent? lol Truly, I did. And when you used the phrase "rather a lot of blood," it reminded me of something Emma Thompson might say in one of her many movies, in fact, MAY have said. I enjoyed this. Thanks for writing it.

Hulya

once again thank you so much sharing such a beatiuful things with all of us. I have finished my first baby ripple blanket. please come and see... http://artikkizimicinoruyorum.blogspot.com/2013/03/ripple-battaniyem-bitti.html

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