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Alex

@Tammy: I think the pattern is fully correct with regard to the chains. There might be some confusion due to the difference between US/UK terminology, as a UK treble equals a US double crochet - this is something which I myself as a crocheting girl from Germany constantly stumble over...;-)
@Lucy: Thanks for sharing this great pattern!

Tammy

Hello all, I have been crocheting for over 20 years and I know how frustrating it can be when it comes to instructions. I couldn't help but notice in the instructions that it states to chain 3 going into the next roll and tr. stitch. This is a DOUBLE crochet not tr. stitch. To tr. stitch you would chain 5, a treble stitch is a longer stitch than a double and I hardly ever use it because of the openess of it. Also the needle she is using is a 4.00 mm which is equivalent to a size G-7 hook here in the US. I don't want to offend anyone by this statement, I just want to help others make beautiful afghans. Her work is beautiful and I love the colors.

Anna

Hi Lucy. I love this pattern and would like to make a baby blanket for my sister. For some reason I seem to be one chain short at the end of the first row. I feel I have counted correctly and got the increase and decreases right. I am new to crochet and this is my first project. I was hoping you could suggest things which could result in being 1 stitch short, and also clarify whether you yarn over once or twice. Some other video's seem to to yarn over twice?

Thanks.

Cheryl

I love your ripple blanket pattern! I completed 4 blankets using this pattern, and am now working on my fifth (a baby blanket this time). It is such an easy pattern, and can easily be worked while watching TV. The instructions in your tutorial are wonderful! Thank you for creating and sharing it!

The stitch sharer

Thank you so much for your fabulous neat ripple pattern. I am now the proud owner of my very own ripple blanket and totally love it! If you wanted to see how it's turned out I have popped a few photos on my blog. http://thestitchsharer.com/2015/04/19/the-making-of-my-attic-24-ripple-blanket/

Lilou

Hi eveyone. Could anyone help me? I have made a little practice sample using chunky wool and it looked great :) Now that I'm using double knit my valleys are all flat! Anyone knows why this happening and how can change this?

Caroline

Thank you so much! I just did a practice swatch and it's amazing! I feel so inspired to do my own blanket now!

Brenda

I received my yarn pack for the Coastal colorway yesterday. The colors all look so pretty in the bag that I almost don't want to disturb them and to start the project. Thank you for the in-depth tutorial---although I know how to crochet, I'm more of a knitter.

Martie Muller

Thanks for sharing your beautifull chrochet articles >

Pam @ Hooks and Hills

Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial. I just started crocheting recently and I am now rippling away :)

Karen

I made a small baby blanket using this and was really pleased. I have promised my daughter one for her bed - can anyone give me an indication of how much wool I'd need for a single bed sized one? I don't want to run out once I've got my colours going! Thanks

Lainy

Hooray for lovely detailed and clear and easy to follow instructions. Thanks for taking the time to do this.

Debbie Peacock

I would like to make this for a very special friend who I has decided to use a chevron pattern in her new nursery. I thought this would work in wonderfully. I can see that you have made a Baby Ripple Blanket but cannot find the link to the pattern. In order to make this 75cm wide how many chain do I need? I am thinking 126 + 3 but would like to check, if I may? Thank you so much, Lucy. I am still only a beginner but your beautiful work inspires me to they harder. Deb. :)xx

katherine edgar

I never thought I'd manage the ripple all other previous attempts have ended in disaster but sat carefully reading and following this post i did it Thank you so much :D

oldina

wonderful clear instructions thank you

kerryjayne

I have unpic3 times and think I am going crazy.
I have been so careful, really think I have it...lovley long three deep ripple then I notice I have a straight bit at the end.
Is anyone else having these problems?
Kj

Linda

Gale in California this is Linda in Delaware formerly of Pasadena California... :)... just finished a baby afghan using an H hook and Red Heart supersaver yarn. I kept the rippled top and bottom and just finished the sides in hdc. Seems like a G thru J hook is used and DK to worsted weight yarn.
If you google DK yarn, you can find how to order it. Hope this helps and good luck to your project!

Janel

I just ordered my yarn and read your amazing simply written pattern. I can not wait for my yarn to arrive so I can start a baby blanket for a friend. Thank you so much!!!! I just can't stand myself right now. So excited!

Gale

Hello from California. I love the Neat Ripple Pattern of yours. I am unable to subscribe to the feed to get answers to the questions posted. I just need to know what size crochet hook you used and how details of the yarn you used for this project. Also, how much yarn of each color do I need? Can you please email me? Thank you so much for all your help. I can't wait to get started on this project.

Cheryl Timmons

For those asking questions on here, use the hook size that is suggested by the yarn label. If you need more information you can go to Ravelry.com and there is a group there called "We Love Lucy" on there you can find a thread devoted to the ripple. Hope this helps.

Sharon

How many would I have to chain for a single size blanket please ? Thanks

Linda

Hello, am in the US... after a few practice rows, using an H hook and super saver yarn am just breezing thru a baby afghan.. have 10 ripples for the width using 5 colors in a repeat block. Thanks for the great pattern and tutorial! This is a great stash buster afghan!
Next one will be just pink and white for a little girl. If I can figure out how to post a photo, will do so.

kerryjayne

I am a complete newbie here. I followed your wonderful directions and I actually did it, well four rows so far. I am a little nervous about creating a blanket though. I just keep looking back .... can't seem to remember!
Thanks so much for sharing.
Kj

Marianne

Really beautiful work...Thank you

Cheryl

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. What size hook do you suggest to use?

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