I was looking for my next crochet project and wanted to make a soft chunky blanket using the ripple or wave pattern. This Vintage White Chunky Chevron Blanket would be a great choice. The vintage white yarn is great because it would go with anyone's decor.
Soft waves. Toes sinking into sand. A big sigh of contentment. And this. This Wistful Wave Crochet Blanket. The perfect, soothing balm in a sea of crazy times. What this year needs is the kind of crochet project where you kick up your feet, snuggle under your work and mindlessly crochet away all the disturbing things in life you'd just as soon forget. And be present in the good of the moment. The Wistful Wave Crochet Blanket is all that. Let's ride that wave!
"What is the diamond wave pattern? The diamond wave crochet pattern, also known as the stained glass stitch, is a wavy stitch that is crocheted in 2 or more colors and uses long single crochet stitches to give the illusion individual colorful stained glass pieces or diamonds. Today I will show you how to crochet the diamond wave pattern with step by step photos and explanations and a video for those of you who find it easier to learn by watching how is it done."
What is cuter than a baby wrapped in a crochet blanket? Not much. These Round Ripple Baby Blankets are so pretty, you'll want them as a keepsake forever. This crochet afghan pattern would also look really nice any other color to match the nursery. Round ripple afghans are unique in many ways. They are not square or rectangular which gives them a special star-burst shape that kids and adults both like. Here are a couple of Round Ripple Afghan Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern for you to make them. You can crochet them in pink or blue for the perfect baby gift. You can customize round ripples in a variety of ways to suit your needs. You can increase the size easily just by adding more and more rows. You can also start a round ripple with a coaster, a trivet, a place-mat etc. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
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Can't decide which yarn color to use in a crochet afghan pattern? Well, now you can use both in this fascinating Two-Tone Wave Crochet Blanket Pattern. This eye-catching piece features the ripple stitch, which creates an elegant wave-like pattern that stretches across the entire piece. The varying shades of yarn also create interesting shadow illusions that give this project some character.