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Wavy Ripple Lapghan

Posted on October 16, 2016

Just finished up crocheting this blue and green wavy ripple lapghan for the Warmth for Warriors. I used the basic wavy ripple blanket pattern of mine. This blanket has the wave going side to side rather than up and down.

I used Red Heart yarns in navy blue and melon green to complete the lapghan. I crocheted 4 rows in each color. I started the lapghan with a chain of 107 in navy blue yarn which resulted in a mini blanket 34 inches wide. I completed a total of eleven rows in the 4-row combos to make a 30 inch long lapghan. Of course you could continue in the pattern for a longer blanket but this is being used in a wheelchair so they requested shorter lengths.

In case you didn’t notice, I crocheted this lapghan in Seattle Seahawks colors and hope whoever receives this charity blanket loves the Seahawks as much as I do. Go Hawks!




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One Response to “Wavy Ripple Lapghan”

  1. Dhaval Parmar
    Oct 18, 2016

    Amazing idea.



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