Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Ripple Afghan Project
Every time I start one of these projects, it is a learning process. The ripples are similar to the Circus pattern I did before, but this has little bobbles on the white that have been more of a challenge. I have been using safety pins to help track my stitches for the ridges and the bottom of the ripple and this technique has caught a few of my mistakes before they worked into the next row.
I am using the Caron One Pound Yarn as a substitute for Caron Wintuk which I have not been able to locate.
If you arrived here looking for free afghan patterns check the following blog pages:
Free Afghan Patterns
Toy Theme Afghans
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