Who knew there were this many ways to do a ripple ? Yes there are actually 154 different Ripple or Wave patterns in the very well illustrated pattern book. I personally was very impressed with all of the color illustrations and to date I have not had a problem following any of the instructions. It really will stimulate your creative side and of course this is one of the books that I highly recommend you consider adding to your "always keep" collection.
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Eva Owsian (CrochetQueen)
I just opened up a very small yarn shop in Elko, NV. As you can tell by my name I love to crochet and talk about it. I also Bead, Knit, Tat, Nalebinding, rug making, weave, and Rubber Stamps. I have 2 … more
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The shortest distance between a skein of yarn and creative happiness is -- a row of waves. Or chevrons. Or ripples. That's because any one of these 154 stitch patterns will bring you hours of relaxation as you crochet afghans, bedspreads, dishcloths, placemats -- whatever pleases you most. You choose the yarn weight and size of crochet hook, so there s no limit to the textures you'll create. We used worsted weight yarn and a size H hook to create the photo models, but you may decide to use lightweight yarns for baby blankets and table runners. Chunky yarns work well for rugs or potholders. Or try novelty yarns to crochet one-of-a-kind scarves. Darla Sims is also the designer of 280 Crochet Shell Patterns (#3903).