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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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Ruth

My rows are ending wrong and i can't figure out why I was so excited to started this. Now I'm gutted. The mountains and valleys aren't directly above each other.

leilani

I think I figured out why some people were having trouble... caught this:

"Now you need to make TWO of these tr2tog's, so go ahead and do that whole same thing again in the next two stitches"

when it should say "in the next stitch," next two stitches after the first walk-thru made it three decrease stitches altogether. Thankfully I caught this right after I completed the four DC stitches after and re-counted to make sure. Other than that this pattern & turotial is suuuuper easy and you weren't kidding— that foundation chain stitching was TORTURE it took me 2+ hours !!!!!!!!!!!!

Yasmin Macan-Markar

please let me know how I could get

Diana Lovatt

I have for many years now wanting to crochet this blanket but there was always something else coming in the way. But now the pod-caster duo Dan and Kay from the Bakery Bears are doing a tutorial on how to make this one from your site, so now I think I finally will make this beauty. But Knitting has taking over my yarn craft over cross stitch and before that crochet but I really think that I'm going to make this one now after that the Bakery Bears reminded me about it again ;)

Denise C

I did the practice oc chain 31. Was perfect each row. Now I chained 213 and each row is not ending correctly. I have done three rows three times. I am counting ever so carefully. What now!!! Three chains left iver... then too many left over. Help!!!

Pam

I made ripple afghans 60 years ago as a child. But the one you made is soooo beautiful that I am going to make one for my first great grandson. Thank you for the tutorial that will make it easier for me to get it done in time.

Amy O.

Thank you for posting your clear photos and tutorial, and for the pattern! Thanks to your clear instructions, I am flying through my first ripple afghan. I am planning another one - I just love the colors you've used in yours!! I want to make a donation, but get an error message when I click on the donation link. I am in the United States - I wonder if that is the problem?

Jane rushworth

Wondering how I get to see the answers to the questions , ie how to subscribe to comment feed please?

christine hardman

I’m back to my old favourite! It’s been a while and i’m excited to get to it. Thank you, Lucy xx

Merle H

Brilliant, as always. Thank you

Sara m

I have embarked on a ripple blanket using the Moorland collection. I messed up the foundation on the first attempt so added a marker after every 14 chains to keep on track. I have nearly 350 stitches and am about to start my third repeat of colours, hoping to be done before Christmas. Loving it.

Lisa

Excellent tutorial! Thank you so much for making it. It's been invaluable with the blanket I'm making.

Tracey Jane Elizabeth Browne

Thanks
Your explanations and photos are very helpful.

Jeneè DeChant

I was wondering if that was a double crochet in the US.

susan leblang

I practiced while waiting for my yarn to arrive in the us. every practice was great.
Got my yarn, not so great. I have gone down one hook size for chain and row one. My mountains and valleys show, but are not firm, they need to be pushed into shape. Then row two creates a straight row, and row one becomes straight also.

I went down another hook size and the same thing is happening. The yarn is
quite thin. I purchased the stylecraft summer ripple yarn.

Not sure what to do now, It is getting difficult to see the chains, as well as hooking into them. Any suggestions please, The yarn is now getting fuzzy from working it.

thank you. I desperately need help.
susan

CATHY COPLEY

I WAS WONDERING IF YOU EVER POSTED THE COLOR SCENE OF THE STYLECRAFT SPECIAL DK. IN THE NEAT RIPPLE PATTERN? I CAN'T SEEM TO FIND IT!!!

Sam

A wonderful tutorial! About to start the Sweet Pea blanket in this ripple effect - very excited.

Thank you!

Carrie

Mandy this link gives a bit more information on sizes and the starting chain.
https://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/ripple-blanket-know-how.html

Mandy

Hi I’m trying to figure out how many to chain for a full size blanket. No matter how many I do it’s off and I either make it to small or way to big that I don’t have enough stitches. If you could please tell me how many to chain using a G hook and a 4 weighted yarn?

Julie Mattson

Thank you so much for this detailed post on the ripple pattern. I used it to practice while waiting for my yarn to arrive. The most helpful for me was the photo with the hand written stitches next to the crocheted sample.
I ordered the Harmony Pack, it arrived yesterday and I am thrilled! What a lovely bunch of colors!!
Sorry to be a rebel - I am following the cottage ripple but subbing in the Harmony colors. I needed more blues.

I have enjoyed reading your blog for a couple years now but this is my first time to comment. I am just so excited to be making something with your yarn pack!
Thank you for all you do.
Julie

Charmian

for KIRSTEN - Lucy had done an edging on the Ripple. If you look under " Ripple Blanket Knowhow" and scroll down and down, you will find out how to do the edging, particularly on the wave bits!

Kirsten

This is a lovely pattern. I’m just wondering if anyone has attempted to edge the finished blanket? I do love a nice edge on a blanket but wondering how to make it work with the ripples.

mariam habib

ive worked on thisbpatrern for over a year and now i have a big beautiful cozy blanket to gift to my love, just in time for winter snuggling. thank you for the wonderful pattern!!

Kari Mellon

This pattern was simple and easy to do. However, after starting the chain twice because of having way more than 1 stitch at the end, i Finally got it, but had to count 14, 14, 14 until i got the length i wanted. Here's the problem. I ended on increase stitches (then 4 more, with one left over) What do I do now? It looks like i have one more stitch before i reach the first row increases. This is where all my ripples seem to go wrong. I can send a pic if needed.

Janice

I have to say I really appreciated the needle marking the stitch - SUPER useful! I am in ripple heaven.

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