This simple ripple blanket is done and all the ends are already woven in! That’s pretty impressive for me.
- Pattern – Easy Ripple Afghan found free on Ravelry
- Hook size – H
- Yarn – Lion Brand Basic Stitch
- Cast on 130 and crocheted in the back loop
- Blanket measures about 40 x 55
I can mark this off my list and I also donated 15 quilts today … another one of December’s goals met.
I guess I kind of like crocheting this easy blanket … I was adding it to my Ravelry project list and saw this is the 15th time I’ve made it.
You are accomplishing a lot. Washing 15 quilts with a funky washer and finishing a blanket.
Pretty, Mary! Congrats on getting that donation taken care of, too.
Another pretty one!! I always think of my mom when I see the Ripple afghans. Some day I may have to give a try to making one myself.
I am sure it is a satisfying feeling to donate all those quilts and think about them keeping people warm !!! I also think of who may be inspired to work on making their own quilt , a young person making an effort to try something because they find inspiration in what you have done. Your quilts are all beautiful and will all find a place where they are used and enjoyed
Very pretty!! You have blessed so many people with your quilts and afghans. I’m sure they are very much appreciated. Someday I would like to donate some but right now I have a hard time getting family ones done. I need to knit baby hats and donate those. Quick, easy and needed I believe. You are amazing!!!
Another pretty blanket. Fabulous quilt donation you are a star and an inspiration.
The afghan looks great in those colors.
I used to wonder why ripple blankets are so popular and then I made one. It’s very zen to sit and make a ripple blanket.