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« Mini Ripples | Main | Comfort Seeking »

February 14, 2013


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Bari Jo

Totally smitten over here! Love the mini doll blankets! I must learn to ripple quickly! I am trying to figure out how to do this without turning? :O) Thank you for the inspiration! How much fun is this!!! Cant' wait to make dolly blankets!

Elena Hunt

Love the colors and your style of crochet!


I love these teeny blankets so much, so colourful! I can't pick my fave they are both so lovely. That pic of the mini ripple on the large ripple blanket is great! Your creations are such an inspiration to me.


Beyond adorable! What fun little projects for you!! I am having fun getting a swap package together as part of the most recent "Lucy" inspired swap in the ravelry group! Lots of color in my box! :)


Stunning! I love colorful details around me :)
Greetings from Poland


Ah, so sweet! They turned out terrifically!

Julie A.

Wow, I just love them! I think I will make one or both and frame them, and hang it up in a room that needs more color! Thanks for the idea! :)


eek - they are so stinking adorable!!

I think you might have an idea there with the placemat thing though! ;)

Felicity x


Wow, so very adorable!!

Jo Roberts

They are great and for a good cause too, never gone for the ripple but might have to soon. Busy with a Christmas wreath can you believe?!!

melissa daams

I know you are calling it a mini doll blanket but seriously you could make a set and call them placemats!


They are gorgeous. I am sure they will do well on Red Nose Day and two people will be very lucky!


Oh my goodness, Girl....no hooky on your hook! Get busy....ha ha


I love how colourful your world is:) makes me smile on such a grey day.


Skippity do dah, both blankets are so L O V E L Y! How big do they measure? They don't look much more than an A4 piece of paper! I reckon you should make some more as placemats, what a super idea :)
Jones x


They are fabulous!!!! x

Melle Pimpin

It's beautifull !


So adorable! And a great way to use up some odds and ends of wool. I've just started making a ripple baby blanket using your ripple stitch tutorial - thanks so much for such a clear and easy to use tutorial, I really appreciate the time you've put in to create it.


So cute!!! Love your colourway! How do you crochet that border around the ripples? I mean, how do you manage to get the border from ripple to straight?

Love, Anja


So pretty! I think you should make placemats for yourself too!


What lucky little dolls to have such snuggable blankies :)

Sherry Tainton

Absolutely stunning - would love to do something like this for an Orphanage in SA - do you have a site where we can see the pattern especially the ripple blanket? Thank you for sharing your lovely work with us
take care
Sherry Tainton


Adorable! :) xxx

Lene Søholm

so cute but I thought at first it was placemats.

cheryl flinter

a gorgeous burst of lovely colourfullness.please can i ask how you stitched your mini grannies together? i am very new to crochet and want to make a cushion cover with them xxx

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