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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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hens teeth

Thank you so much for taking the time and care with this Tutorial...it has been brilliant and very much appreciated.

Vanessa

Wow, this is such a great "how to"... Thanks a lot for putting it together!! It's much clearer than I thought and I'm not afraid to try it anymore.

Tree

Thanks for this excellent and easy to follow pattern. I have the yarn to make a lovely big blanket but decided to do a test run first with some lovely, soft merino wool which will hopefully become a scarf very soon.

kate

Thank you so much for this, I'm new to crochet, well my mum tried to teach me many years ago but it didn't stick. Pattern books make it so complicated or expect that you already know the basics. This is great i can't wait to have a go at it and make myself a lap rug and maybe a cushion.

cheers kate

Melissa

Thank you SO much for this pattern! I've always been afraid to try a ripple but you made it so easy to understand! I intend to just keep going on the 31 chains and make a ripple scarf. I will post a picture on my blog when I'm done. Thanks again!

kalladawn

Beautiful! You have inspired this Yank.

Lori

Lucy, Thanks so much for the ripple pattern. It was so easy to follow and now I finally can make something other than a sc or dc scarf! Woo Hoo.

I thanked you on my blog and posted a picture of my ripple creation (not finished). http://gavintiegirl.wordpress.com/2009/10/04/the-gratitude-challenge-day-15/

Thanks again Lucy. You are a GEM. PEACE!

Levineke

OMG --- I can do it! I can ripple - thank you, thank you, thank you :)
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christine

I would like to thank you for a well written explanation of how the ripple is created. You see, I am not a crochet type. I am a knitter through and through, but there are some pieces that are only fantastic when worked up in just the right stitch...and often the stitch is one that is crocheted.

So I have been teaching myself to crochet by making and donating crocheted leprosy bandages.

Seeing the hills and dales on paper finally made something click. I've been mustering the courage to have a go at a ripple and yesternight, when I finished knitting a shawl and had a wee bit of wool left over, I had a go at your directions and I was pleasantly surprised, after only having to rip out a time or two, with the sweetest bit of rippled crochet....bliss!

love your blog...I come for the crochet and the colors!

simply,
christine

katie

I used your stitch pattern to make a simple ivory blanket for my newest baby. I went the lazy route and used kitchen cotton, since that was all I had on hand. I adore the finished product! Exactly what I'd hoped for, and the cotton went through the washer and dryer beautifully (and softened up nicely, as well). I don't know how copyrights and/or permissions work, but I wondered if you'd mind my using this stitch pattern to make blankets for charity (hospital donations) or perhaps the occasional fundraiser/craft fair. Forgive me if that's a no-no, or if even asking is inappropriate. As I said, I'm not sure how all of that works. Either way, thank you for sharing such a beautiful, simple pattern. I love my son's new blanket so much I've decided I need one for my favorite chair.

Susan

what kind of yarn did you use? Is it acrylic? Have you ever tried cotton? Thanks, SL in FL

nicole

This tutorial is amazing! just like all of them.
i've started making a little one to practice before i go and buy myself a tonne of lovely wool. however i'm having a bit of trouble because the sides aren't straight, they're slowly getting wider and i've been following the pattern exactly :S
any ideas?
xoxo

mariarrosa

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU...

Rainbow In the grey sky

Lucy i have become stuck , the sides are not neat and straight they are going off into a decrease i have posted pictures come and see plz
http://ummihabibati.blogspot.com/2009/09/ripple-help.html

Rainbow In the grey sky

Hello
i have started using your pattern and its fab , i thank you dearly as i had tried others but they were far too complicated. I do hope you will pulish a book one day you have the talent. Thanks again!

Sylvia

Lucy, I know have finished my blanket using your pattern, now i am making a scarf using the pattern. I don't have a blog so i can't show you pics. Just wanted to say thanks. Your blog is great. Hope you are having a good vacation. Sylvia

Donna

Nice and bright. What yarn did you use? Thank you for the pattern.

Donna

Gaby

This is GREAT! I had been looking for a ripple pattern for months and the ones I found didn't call out to me, but yours did!

so this is my blanket:
http://porelcaminodelaluz.blogspot.com/2009/08/wip-mi-cobija-para-este-invierno.html#links

it's not completed yet, but I'm only a few ripples away :D

also in ravelry I have some more photos, bad quality though, from the cell
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/LaShika/my-ripple-afghan

Louise randall

can i ask how many foundation stiches you used to make a blanket?

Lois A. Stohr

I just love everything you do, I was doing a bookmark with just a few of these stitches, and it just wasn't clear..now I will do it. Your blog was so good today. Rasies my spirits. Do show us the castle, I love castles. Lois from North Carolina

Ann Philip

Oh Lucy,

your pattern is so lovely and easy to follow. I have started my own project using your pattern.

Thank you very much

MissyP

Many, many , many thanks for taking the time to write and share this pattern. Very kind of you, and I am extremely grateful.

Renee

ABsolutely gorgeous!

Lauren

Thanks so much for this pattern, it's really easy to understand and the final product looks so pretty! I blogged pictures of my finished blanket and added the link to your pattern too.

http://shinypreciousthings.blogspot.com/

Angela

Thanks so much for this tutorial. You blanket is lovely. I hope to make one for myself. I also love your colors.

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