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RWB Wavy Ripple Lapghan

Posted on September 1, 2018

I just finished up a RWB (red, white & blue) wavy ripple lapghan for this year’s Warmth for Warriors blanket drive. In case you are not aware of the organization, Warmth for Warriors collects blankets, lapghans, hats, and mini Christmas stockings each year for our troops and Veterans. If you love to knit or crochet and would like to support our soldiers, come check out our group on Ravelry.
RWB Wavy Ripple Lapghan

Here is my wavy ripple that I crocheted in a lapghan sized blanket. I used this wavy ripple blanket pattern and chained 107 stitches to start. I used an I (5.5 mm) crochet hook along with skeins of red, white, and blue Red Heart jumbo yarn. I probably only used about half the jumbo skeins for this project as I still had at least half a skein leftover in each color when I finished.

RWB Wavy Ripple

I did 10 rows of ripples in each color before changing colors of yarn. I crocheted two repeats of the 3-color scheme to complete my lapghan blanket. Final size is 34 inches wide by 38 inches long.

I did not add a border as I liked the look of the color separations in the blanket. A border added would have changed that look so I blocked it up a bit and called it good.

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One Response to “RWB Wavy Ripple Lapghan”

  1. Kalpesh Shah
    Oct 25, 2018

    Amazing blog! Thanks for sharing this useful information.

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