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Spiderman Round Ripple Afghan


Updated August 08, 2016
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Spiderman Round Ripple Afghan
Spiderman Round Ripple Afghan
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You can't deny that this Spiderman Round Ripple Afghan is awesome and clever. Crochet afghan patterns as special as this one don't come around often. Basically, you're spinning a web out of yarn -- pretty cool! You can work up this crochet pattern as a gift or keep it for yourself so you can feel like a hero. Whether you make it for your little son or nephew or a full-grown man, this is one free crochet pattern you can't pass up.

Did you know the Ripple Stitch is so popular that it has more than one name? It is also known as the Chevron Stitch and Afghan Stitch. For many beginners it is the first stitch they learn because it is easy to do and can be used in Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet, and Treble Crochet. It is still a favorite today because of the fun pattern and texture it creates! And the best part about Ripple Stitch blankets is that you have no joining to worry about, unlike the Granny Square.



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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The history of Spider-Man: Get to know the character behind this round ripple afghan

Stan Lee and Steve Ditko are the Marvel men we can thank for Spider-Man's genesis. Comic book fans first met Peter Parker in 1962 in the last issue of Amazing Fantasy, which only let the tale appear because the series was about to be canceled. Spider-Man turned out to be a hit in his red and blue costume, and the rest is history, as he got his very own comic.

Peter Parker was among the first teenagers to break out of their stereotypical helper roles as sidekicks, and he got to be the star of his own story. Spider-Man has been one of the most popular superheroes of all time and has been the subject of not only comics, but Broadway musicals, amusement park theme rides, television shows, and movies. Stan Lee famously enjoys acting as a cameo in the different interpretations of his creation. Spider-Man's story has even intersected with other superheroes, from the Fantastic Four to X-Men. Although everyone was initially hesitant to publish a story about a creepy-crawly, thank goodness they did!

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Spider man, spider man, if anyone can make it grandma can! Sorry it just made me so happy to find this pattern. I have been on a super hero crocheting binge lately. I have Superman and Batman and now will have the Spider itself. My grandsons will love me. Thank you so much for sharing

I love this pattern! Made it for my 4 yr. Old grandson-he thought it was great. Thank You.

A super easy pattern to do, and also fun as you go along. My son loves it, and it is I would definitely make it again for someone else!

I have made this afghan twice and both times Amazing results!!! Everyone loved them.My grandsons just love Spiderman and this was the best present that I could have made for them!!!! Thanks so much for the pattern

I love, love, love the Spider Man afghan, I made this for my 3 yr old grandson. When I finished, the pattern had ended and I had no idea what to do with all 12 pieces of yarn that ended in the middle. I made Griffyn a bright yellow spider to hide on the underside and protect Spider Mans web. This has been the cutest thing I have done. Great pattern, thank you! Starting on the second one for my grandson that will be 4 this month.


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