Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Fuji Mama's Ripple Report

I just realized that I never posted pictures of a ripple babyghan that I finally finished for my friend's baby shower! So here we go:Project: Ripple BabyghanPattern: http://web.archive.org/web/20060527210309/www.coatsandclark.com/fun_and_free/knit_out_2003/lw1238.htm
Yarn: 5 skeins Bernat's Softee Chunky in Natural
Hook size: K
Comments: This was my first ripple project and now I finally understand why it is so addicting. It's addicting because it just is! Part of it for me was the rhythm that I could get into as I was working across a row. It was very soothing--a kind of yarn yoga. I am already planning my next ripple project . . .

Fuji Mama

6 comments:

Selena K said...

That is gorgeous! I love the laciness of it.

Fuji Mama (FM) said...

Thanks! It was a lot of fun! I would definitely use the pattern again.

Anina said...

It's lovely and looks so soft!

My Best Friend Calls Me Martha said...

Ooo, I like that... "yarn yoga"... Very true! Thanks for sharing your very pretty blanket!

Denise said...

How lovely it is in white! I was so caught up in our rainbow version of the ripple pattern that I never thought about what you are doing - lovely!

Denise

Fuji Mama (FM) said...

I hadn't thought about doing it in white either (I love all the multi-colored ones), but then I needed to whip up a baby blanket, and wasn't seeing a pattern that really caught me eye, until it hit me that a ripple pattern might make a very sweet baby blanket.