Round ripple baby afghan

Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Size can widely vary if you use round ripple baby afghan but the recommended yarn and hook size. Tension also plays a large roll. To achieve the “chevron” or ripple look, all we do is a series of double crochet, with regular increases and decreases.

I referenced this pattern as a starting place. Repeat Row 2, changing colors every two rows. I usually just eyeball itit should be the side facing you when you are working the first row of a color. No need to add increases or decreases on the border.

When you make it all the way around, join with a slip stitch in the first dc. Work another round but this time do it in sc to sharpen the edge a bit. Weave in your ends and you’re ready to give it to baby! If you’d like to make it bigger or smaller, refer to this pattern for ways to make that happen.

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That might solve your problems before they become discourging. The pattern has been tested and the testers had no trouble as long as they followed the directions. Please Note: if you have difficulties with the pattern, check the NOTES at the bottom, they may have your answer already. Each of these afghans have had different numbers of rounds in red and blue. I do not follow a strict rule of how many rounds of each color, nor how many bands of red or blue to make. They are approximately 53 inches across. Please take a look at Lyn’s original Round Ripple Baby Afghan, it’s lovely and is a lovely gift for a baby.

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Treat it like the work of art it is, whether it’s an afghan or a potholder, your expertise and time are worthwhile. Rnd 1: With RED: ch 4. Join with sl st to form ring. Join with sl st to top of beginning ch 3. Rnd 2: ch 3, 1 dc in same st, 2 dc in ea st around. End with 1 dc in base of ch 3, ch 2, sl st in top of turning chain.

2 sp, 1 dc in next st, skip next 2 sts, 1 dc in next st. NOTE: from Round 7 onward, you will work 1 round with small shell, then 2 rounds with large shell. Red and blue rounds are always dc, black rounds are always sc. 2 space, 1 dc in ea of next 2 st, skip the next 2 st, 1 dc in ea of next 2 st. 2 sp, 1 dc in next 3 st, skip 2 sts, 1 dc in next 3 sts. 2 space, 1 dc in next 3 sts, skip next 2 st, 1 dc in next 3 st. 2 st, sl st in top of turning chain.

2 sp, 1 dc in next 4 sts, skip 2 st, 1 dc in next 4 st. 2 st, sl st into top of turning chain. 1 sc in each stitch to ch-2 space. 2 dc, sl st into ch 1.