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Touch of Honey Ripple Crochet Pattern

Satisfy your sweet tooth with the Touch of Honey Ripple Crochet Pattern. This crochet blanket pattern is a classic ripple that is both fun and easy to make! A warm, honey gold makes this free crochet pattern pop in any room. It's the perfect blanket to snuggle with in the fall. With the simplest of tutorials, you'll learn how to crochet this afghan in no time. This is truly one of the best easy crochet patterns out there.

Easy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials:

  • Patons ® Canadiana (100 g/3.5 oz; 187 m/205 yds) - Contrast A (10012 Toasty Grey) 6 balls, Contrast B (10008 Aran) 6 balls, Contrast C (10610 Fool’s Gold) 6 balls
  • Size 5 mm (U.S. H or 8) crochet hook or size needed to obtain tension

Size: 55in x 65 in (139.5 x 165 cm)

Gauge: 14 sc and 15 rows = 4 ins [10 cm]

Abbreviations: Dcfp = Yoh and draw up a loop around post of next st at front of work inserting hook from right to left. (Yoh and draw through 2 loops on hook) twice - 1 dcfp made.

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

Stripe Pattern

Work 2 rows each with A, B, C. These 6 rows form Stripe Pat. With A, ch 250. Honeycomb Ripple Crochet Pattern

1st row: (RS). 4 dc in 4th ch from hook (counts as 5 dc). *(1 dc in next ch. Miss next ch) 8 times. 1 dc in next ch. 5 dc in each of next 2 ch. Rep from *, ending with 5 dc in last ch. Turn.

2nd row: Ch 1. 1 sc in back loop of first dc. Dcfp in each st to last turning ch 3. 1 sc in back loop at top of ch 3. Join B. Turn.

3rd row: With B, ch 3. 4 dc in first sc (counts as 5 dc). * (1 dc in next st. Miss next st) 8 times. 1 dc in next st. 5 dc in each of next 2 sts. Rep from *, ending with 5 dc in last st. Turn.

First 3 rows of Stripe Pat are completed.

Keeping cont of Stripe Pat, rep last 2 rows for pat until work from beg measures approx 65 ins [165 cm], ending with 2 rows of A. Fasten off.

 

 

 

 

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Sometimes these patterns are so confusing.i agree with Boylesk.

Hi there! Have you tried contacting customer support for Yarnspirations/Patons? They would certainly be your best bet for answering any specific process questions given that it's their pattern. And, as my fellow Editor suggested below, you could also post a question on our Facebook page to see if anyone has suggestions for you. I hope this helps! Thanks!

This Touch of Honey Ripple Crochet Pattern is so beautiful. This gray/aran/gold combination is perfect for this type of project. It will make an elegant piece on top of your living room sofa or a bed spread. Will make a great gift for mom or sister.

I have started this pattern 5 times and ripped it out. I am an experienced chrocheter but can't figure it out. It says there is a tutorial but I can't find it

Hi boylesk, I just double-checked this pattern against the Patons pattern on their website, and they're both written the same. What part of the pattern is giving you trouble? Maybe you can contact customer support for Yarnspirations/Patons or ask a question on our Facebook wall to see if anyone else has any insight? Thanks, hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns

I like the tan/gray/white combination. This would also look great with a touch of black. Thanks for having the pattern in front for easy access to crocheters.

I have never had a problem downloading or printing any patterns from this website . Thanks for all the sharing of projects , I have made many and love them all .

Why will you not make it easy to print these patterns? Or to save them to my own computer in .pdf format? I may have to become a NON-member if you can't be more user-friendly.

If you hover over the group of icons at the top right, right above the bit of text before the pattern, you'll be able to access the print function. Hold your mouse over the blue "P" and then click on Print in the secondary menu that pops up. Hope that helps!

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