Crochet edging for ripple afghan

Crochet edging for ripple afghan

Once you learn how to use a crochet stitch pattern, you can design your own projects. Use crochet edging for ripple afghan free crochet stitch patterns to get you started.

First you need to chain a multiple of 4 stitches. Other times you might see a stitch pattern that says. You would then chain a multiple of 4 plus one stitch and then add one more stitch to make the beginning chain have the proper number of stitches. You’ve reached a page that no longer exists. Please browse around and check out what we’ve recently added. Sign up for our newsletter to get updates and bookmark us to visit us again. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for real time updates.

We add new stuff every week! And each person has a different set of them. Mine happen to be in the area of needlework. God gave to me that I am blessed to be able to share with you! I like to call this pattern “PUPPY LOVE”! It is a combination of two of my latest patterns, Meandering Paw Prints and Hopeful Hearts. Right here I want to say a BIG heartfelt THANK YOU to the ladies who tested this pattern for me!

Without them this might have been a really big mess! They have stood beside me as I made corrections and encouraged me! Without you, this would have been crazy! Please take time to read through the pattern NOTES first and refer back to them if you have questions.

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When deciding how much yarn you need you will multiply  57 yards x 4, which tells you that you will need 228 yards to complete this small afghan, plus enough to finish your edging. 2 loops, yo, insert hook into next st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through remaining 3 loops on hook. Ch 2 at beginning of row does NOT count as a stitch. Rows 2, 8, 10 and 16: Do not let the dc count confuse you.

This row can be tricky if you don’t follow exactly as written. 19 dc together at some points within the pattern repeat. Don’t let it confuse you when you go back to count your stitches. Dc in last sk st: Insert the hook into the skipped stitch indicated and continue with your dc in the same manner as the other dc. This binds the two sts together into a cross stitch.