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Rings of Change Lapghan

Posted on August 6, 2015

I discovered the rings of change blanket pattern on Ravelry and just fell in love with it. I used the mini blanket version to crochet a lapghan for the Warmth for Warriors organization. The mini rings of change pattern stops at row 42. I used a J (6 mm) crochet hook which resulted in my lapghan measuring 45 inches wide.

Here is a closeup of the edging.

I must say the pattern is well written and easy to follow. I mainly used scrap tans and brown yarn to crochet the lapghan. This was a fun and interesting pattern to work. The only row I had trouble with was row 14. Just FYI for row 14: Sc’s are at the top of the ridge and tall stitches in the valley of each set.

I did lightly block the blanket after I was finished. Even before blocking, it laid fairly flat. After blocking it lays very flat and looks great. Overall I loved working this pattern and plan to crochet the pattern again for a baby blanket.

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One Response to “Rings of Change Lapghan”

  1. Le-Chat
    Aug 08, 2015

    It turned out great, Cindy!

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