Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Easy
Item # A871070

Number of pages: 22

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Stitch these reversible afghans with a regular crochet hook!

You can create these five lovely afghans that maintain the look of the ever-loved traditional ripple on one side, while updating it on the other by creating interesting patterns,áshapes and textures. The unique nature of these fully reversible throws will quickly become a favorite in your home decor and gift-giving.áMade using a soft worsted weight yarn.

Finished sizes: 46" x 53", 54" x 56", 48" x 62", 44" x 52" & 52 1/2" x 56 3/4".

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Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

February 24, 2016

I am starting the sweetheart ripple and I was wondering if you could explain the ftrp.

Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

December 28, 2015

I too am having trouble with row 5! Help!

Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

December 18, 2015

I have the pattern book that I purchased in the past. I had wonderful success with the Brocade and Vanilla Cream. Am completely stuck and confused on the Bahama Twilight with the fptr-sc stitch and the rows afterward. Nothing is lining up and the stitch count is not right. Any video help for this one? I have been crocheting for close to 46 years and have never had this trouble. Thank you for any help you can provide.

Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

December 12, 2015

I need help with row 5 fptr-sc, do you have a diagram or video that shows how to do this.

Reversible Ripple Afghans Crochet Patterns

November 29, 2015

Just purchased this through Amazon and am having trouble with the fptr-sc. Is there a video link? Really hope there is since I tend to be a visual learner. Making this for my sister-in-law. She's having a girl in April. Using grey, pink and white. So excited to master this pattern.

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