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Jacobs Ladder Ripple Afghan

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Jacobs Ladder Ripple Afghan
Jacobs Ladder Ripple Afghan
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We sure do love this afghan, and so will the men in your life! Jacobs Ladder Ripple Afghan is a classic ripple afghan that is easy to work up and wonderful to enjoy. Make it for the special man you call Dad for Father's Day, so he'll have something to treasure for years to come. A homemade gift is always the most meaningful kind of gift to receive no matter who it's from. Choose whatever colors you prefer to customize the look of this easy crochet afghan.

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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I didn't have any trouble with the count of stitches, but when I started to loop (I started after 3 rows) I didn't like the big hole at the bottom.

I tried making this pattern but when I saterted the row after you have done the chain there wasn't enough stiches it seemed like there was six less sts then I needed to work the pattern correctly. Would youccheck the pattern to see if it is correct. and also do you have the straight Jacobs Ladder pattern?

yes i love ripples patterns

I made this before, but I didn't do it in the ripple pattern, I just went straight across. I made it in pink/blue/white for a baby. It turned out very pretty, but I love the ripple. I think I'll make it in scraps, I love a scrappy look. Lisa in Alabama

I like the Jacob's Ladder because it portrays a simple elegance with a touch of texture. I will definitely make this but might try it in a brighter varigated yarn just to see how it turns out.

I like the Jacob's Ladder because of the center cable, I like that additional detail. On that note, they are both nice.

I LIKE THEM BOTH AND WILL MAKE THEM BOTH BEFORE CHRISTMAS. THEY ARE BOTH VERY PRETTY

I think Id make the Jacobs Ladder Ripple Afghan, but I think unless someone I was making it for wanted darker colors Id go with brighter. Not sure which colors, I suppose it would depend on what I had on hand, and if I could afford to buy more yarn. :)

I like this one better. Also, Jacob's ladder comes from the bible. Jacob saw a ladder ascending to heaven in a dream.

I like tis one more than the other one. Even though it is thinner, it can be very warm over you. The other one would be too hot.

I like this one the best

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