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I use Lyn's RR pattern when I make the afghan so this is a variation of her pattern - with a split! I made a second one (for my Mom) and wrote the pattern down as I went along this time. All you seaso

Its beautiful!!! Well done I think I would keep it too! ;-)

made this one for a coworker whose wife is expecting a boy this month.

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kelro-Your rr is looking great I like the colors your using, makes me think of Valentine's Day.

 

Sorcha Griannon-Your round ripple is gorgous, I like the black with the varigated and solid color yarn.

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I am starting a blue/blue variagated round ripple for my grandson, he will be here in may...grandma is sooooooo excited...lol

Hope it turns out well...will keep you posted of my progress

 

wish list 20, don't remember post number...lol

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kelro-Your rr is looking great I like the colors your using, makes me think of Valentine's Day.

 

Sorcha Griannon-Your round ripple is gorgous, I like the black with the varigated and solid color yarn.

 

Thanks. The colors were iffy at first for me, since the varigated had quite a bit of purple in it, and it was for a boy. The center scared the heck out of me at first, thinking I'd made a bad choice of yarn. I'm loving the outcome though.

 

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That is beautiful. Can you please tell me what pattern you used and what size needle?? Mine never look like that :(

 

 

I am using this pattern: http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.jsp?articleId=281474976910272 I can't figure out the edging that is used in this pattern though. I made one this past July, that one I made was bigger than this one will be http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showpost.php?p=881298&postcount=1584. I am using an I hook, just because that is what is listed on the wrapper of the Caron One Pounders I am using.

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I am using this pattern: http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.jsp?articleId=281474976910272 I can't figure out the edging that is used in this pattern though. I made one this past July, that one I made was bigger than this one will be http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showpost.php?p=881298&postcount=1584. I am using an I hook, just because that is what is listed on the wrapper of the Caron One Pounders I am using.

 

Thanks so much for the info I am going to give it a try now :hug

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I want to do a rr using simply soft brites, I have seen several here but don't remember the threads. has anyone in this cal done a rr with ss brites, and if yes how much of each color??

 

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Hi I saw your comment on wanting to make a round ripple with ss brites.

 

Mine is still in progress and I have put zebra yarn in there as well. Sorry I havent kept a total of how much brites I have used. Im in the process of doing 3 rows of each brites yarn and then maybe 2 rows of the zebra yarn and maybe a row of brites black for the border. But its big now so its slow going.

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YIPPIE, I am done, I think this was the quickest project I have ever worked on. Usually it takes me weeks if not months to do the easiest projects, I just get sidetracked or bored. But this one took me less than a week (actually 4 days) , YIPPIE :cheer It measures 38" from point to point.

 

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YIPPIE, I am done, I think this was the quickest project I have ever worked on. Usually it takes me weeks if not months to do the easiest projects, I just get sidetracked or bored. But this one took me less than a week (actually 4 days) , YIPPIE :cheer It measures 38" from point to point.

 

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Gorgeous!! I love the colors and just in time for Valenties day!:manyheart

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