Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan


Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan

If you're looking for a new ripple afghan pattern to make, this Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan is a great option! All you need is an H hook and any color worsted weight yarn to complete this easy crochet ripple afghan. For your convenience, five different widths are included in the free pattern so that you can make this blanket in any size.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This is another afghan project using a not-very-ordinary color combination. The peach and gray color combination is so unique but sweet, perfect for a teenage or a tweeny girl's room. It's challenging to make as this Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan incorporates a complicated stitch that gives an interesting texture to the whole master piece.

This is a easy Shell and Post Stitch Ripple Afghan. I have started making mine with all of my half balls of yarn. So far I have 7 different colors done. Now it's on the back burner until I get more yarn. The pattern is well written and comes out great. Thank you for this free pattern.

Have made this for my Grandmother, love, love, this pattern so easy when you get into the swing of it. I made it in cream Aran looks gorgeous and classy. I will be making more of this brilliant blanket. Thanks very much for this free pattern.

Cant wait to make this shell and post blanket

I love that it is labeled "easy" and looks harder. I can't wqait to try,I like new and different patterns that are a challenge to my skill level.

I like the Shell with the post stitch ripple pattern the best. I just love ripple blankets.

I love the shells combined with ripples. Plus it offers a lot of color possibilities.

I picked #2 because it looked more interesting to crochet. Since I do not like to follow directions too precisely, I might choose more colors and, of course, different colors. I love to crochet. Simple patterns can be done while watching tv; more complicated when I just want to relax and concentrate on my work.


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