Thursday, April 19, 2007


i don't know what i am enjoying more, looking at all the beautiful color combos you are all creating or the planning of my own. but thanks for letting me in on the fun. can't wait to start buying my yarn.

1/5 done

I have about 18 of my 90 inches done, I don't get much time to crochet, but love every minute of it. I have a dark pink and dark green up next, the colors are all a little more mild than expected, but I'm guessing it is the every-third-row of off white that is doing this, but I am pleased so far. I wish I was doing throws so I could do more and play with different colors, but that is what I'll be doing when I finish this. :-)

Bravo everyone!

I just wanted to post quickly and say that I am LOVING watching everyone's ripples come to life. I haven't been able to work on mine for almost 2 weeks, but I'm hoping to get back to it this weekend. I miss working on that big ol' thing. LOL

So, everyone keep up the great work and keep the pictures coming! They are inspiring and keep a lot of us working on our's too!

Hugs all!

I ♥ Rippling

Thanks for letting me join in the fun. I love looking at everyones beautiful creations and variety of colors and yarn. Even though I'm past the halfway mark lengthwise on my afghan, I haven't had time to take any new photos. I do have a pic from when it was still a baby so to speak, only a few rows long.

It's crocheted mostly with Red Heart Soft, a wondferfully soft, drapey acrylic. There are also a couple of skeins of unknown origin that I've had around for a long time. I do love the Red Heart Soft, but I have no idea how it'll hold up to washing. That remains to be seen.

EDIT: Just wanted to add, I'm using the Easy Ripple Afghan Pattern. The only thing I did different was to start with a chain 162, but my afghan is still about 55" wide.

And just because I can, here's a picture of a scarf I made for my friend sometime in 2003 or thereabouts.

Keep creating!