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  1. "Down in the Valley" RR Afghan Pattern By Julee A. Reeves downinthevalleyRR3192011.pdf Materials: 32-48 Ozs of Worsted Weight yarn in your choice of color “I” Crochet Hook Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends Special Stitches: Shell- (2Dc, Ch2, 2Dc) in specified space or stitch. V-St- (Dc, Ch2, Dc) in specified space or stitch. Rnd 1: Ch5, (Dc, Ch1) 7 times in 5th chain from hook, Sl St in top of beginning Ch3 (counts as first Dc). (8 Dc, 8 Ch1 Sps) Rnd 2: Sl St around post of beginning Ch3 of previous Rnd, Ch3, (V-St in next Ch1 Sp, FPDC around next Dc) 7 times, V-St in next Ch1 Sp, Sl St in top of beginning Ch3. (8 FPDC, V-St Shells) Rnd 3: Sl St around post of beginning Ch3 of previous Rnd, Ch3, (Skip next Dc, Shell in next Ch2 Sp, Skip next Dc, FPDC around next Dc) 7 times, Skip next Dc, Shell in next Ch2 Sp, Sl St in top of beginning Ch3. (8 Shells, 8 FPDC) Rnd 4: Sl St around post of beginning Ch3 of previous Rnd, Ch3, (Skip next Dc, Dc in next Dc, Shell in next Ch2 Sp, Dc in next Dc, Skip next Dc, FPDC around next Dc) 7 times, skip next Dc, Dc in next Dc, Shell in next Ch2 Sp, Dc in next Dc, Sl St in top of beginning Ch3. (8 Shells, 16Dc, 8 FPDC) Rnd 5: Sl St around post of beginning Ch3 of previous Rnd, Ch3, (Skip next Dc, Dc in each Dc to Ch2 Sp, Shell in Ch2 Sp, Dc in each Dc across to 1 St before next FPDC, FPDC around next Dc) 7 Times, Skip next Dc, Dc in each Dc to Ch2 Sp, Shell in next Ch2 Sp, Dc in each Dc across to 1 St before next FPDC, Sl St in top of beginning Ch3. (8 Shells, 8 FPDC, 32 Dc- Each rnd after this one the Dc count will increase by 16) Repeat Rnd 5 until you reach the size needed. Work desired edging then weave in ends. I don't have an edging at this time (since I have not finished my BF's 'Ghan) but I will update this pattern with one as soon as his 'Ghan is done
  2. Here is another round ripple I have done. It is 70" in dia and I made it for my brother who is a Raiders fan. I kinda used the Lyn's Round Ripple Afghan pattern at http://project-angel-kisses.150m.com/roundripple.html I modifed the 2nd round where instead of 2 dc in ea dc around I did 1dc then 1ch. On the third round I did the 'v' stitches in the ch1 space so that it opened up the stitches better. I got tired of just a circle of dc in the middle. r I also didn't do the 1dc-2ch-1dc every 2 rounds since my afghan didn't get 'wavy'. I only did it at the beginning around the 5th and 7th round and that was all.
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