Shade Card Ripple - Ta Dah!


This is the blanket I made - it is based on the ripple pattern made famous by Lucy from Attic 24. It fits a double bed perfectly. I used a 3.5mm crochet hook and one of each of the colours from Jamieson's double knitting (25g) shade card. I used around 409 ch to start with and around 220 rows.

This is the blanket Mum made. She used the second half of each ball once I had completed the rows on my blanket. Again a 3.5mm hook was used, but this time she used a chevron crochet pattern from The Gebtle Art of Knitting by Jane Brocket. She started with 360 ch and the same number of rows. It fits a sofa or a single bed beautifully.

What do you think? We loved sharing this project - it gave us a lot of pleasure and many happy hooky hours!
There's about 1200g of leftovers - all wound into magic balls and waiting for the next project...


Attic24 said…
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is one of the most gorgeous and inspiring blankets I've ever seen, and I've seen a LOT!!
Congratulations, it is a true work of art, as is your Mum's, they both sing with joy :o)
Thanks for sharing
Attic24 said…
Both blankets are absolutely amazing, I love the way they are so harmonious and the colours sing such a joyful song :o)
Much love to you (and your Mum)
Grace Paretree said…
That is just *lovely*: wow. Well done! X
lynnie003 said…
wow what beautiful work my ourself and your Mum
You have inspired me to have a go
Thank you