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Old 04-08-2010, 03:57 PM   #1
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FO: Another baby blanket
I've crocheted dozens of the Ripple baby blanket but had never knit the Ripple pattern. This one is done in Caron's One Pound and #9 circular needle. There was a crisis at church with not enough blankies for the number of Easter baptisms so I got it done in less than a week (32 x 38). Will definitely use this pattern again.

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Old 04-08-2010, 03:59 PM   #2
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Ooo love that color! It's beautiful!
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Great job! And the color is beautiful ... perfect for easter!
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Beautiful! I made that one in yellow and I want to know how you got both ends to scallop like that. Mine did beautiful with the CO edge but the BO wasn't as defined. Wonder what I did wrong? Your edges look great
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I love it! You did a great job.
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Originally Posted by JudyD View Post
I've crocheted dozens of the Ripple baby blanket but had never knit the Ripple pattern. This one is done in Caron's One Pound and #9 circular needle. There was a crisis at church with not enough blankies for the number of Easter baptisms so I got it done in less than a week (32 x 38). Will definitely use this pattern again.

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Did you use the regular Caron's One Pound? or is it the baby one?
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Originally Posted by lgoddard View Post
Beautiful! I made that one in yellow and I want to know how you got both ends to scallop like that. Mine did beautiful with the CO edge but the BO wasn't as defined. Wonder what I did wrong? Your edges look great
K1f/b x 2 makes the "upward" curve and K2 tog x 2 makes the "downward" curve. I use a needle one size larger to cast on and same to bind off so that both edges are as near to identical as I can get them.

Did we use the same pattern? Mine is Knit Baby Blanket by Marilyn Losee.

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Did you use the regular Caron's One Pound? or is it the baby one?
I used the regular One Pounder. Have about 1/4 of the skein left.

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It turned out beautiful!!! Great job to have completed it in a week! wow!!
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