Monday, May 25, 2009

My Fiesta Baby Ripple

Here's my latest ripple using Red Heart Strata for the variegated colors and Red Heart solids for the others. I wound up having to use the solid colors because I couldn't find any Strata for sale at the time......of course, Murhpy's Law kicked in and when I was almost finished, I saw it at Mary Maxim's online (at least I think that was where I saw it). After running it through the washer and dryer it's as soft as a lamb and I'm very pleased with it as I know a little one will be snug and warm when covered with this ripple made with love. Let me know what you think.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

So Many Ripples!

It's been a long time since I've checked out the Ripplers, and I'm enjoying going back to see all the lovely projects!

I've done a couple of Ripples since I lasted posted, long long ago...

I finished a rainbow ripple for my daughter, out of Lion Brand wool (no pic yet, but she loves it, she says).

I'm now working on a ripple using Rowan Cashsoft DK--I'm very much enjoying the feel of the yarn, it's lovely and soft:

Rippling is still, after several years, a welcome respite from my knitting projects. So relaxing, so much fun, so many many possibilities!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

It is finnished! (pfft...)

My rippled afghan was finnished today! I am so happy...and my little boy too, as this will be 'his' blanket...

I have loads of this lilac and purple yarn leftover. What shall I make with this?

As my other boys like a personal blanket too, I have stardet a white-lightbleu-darkblue one already... Yes, I guess you can say that I am addicted to the rippled afghans..

I wil keep you all updated with this rippled afghan too of cource.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Update on my lilac-purpel-white afghan.

Here is an update from my rippled afghan! I stardet it last autumn (you can see that here a and it is almost finnished... As you can see, my son loves it! It is made of cheap acryl yarn, so easy in the washing machine.