Wednesday, 11 January 2012

WIP Wednesday # 15

I love Wednesday posts.
I love popping over to Tamis to see what beauties everyone else is creating and sharing their excitement. There's always such a wide variety of project, progress, colour and success. I love it.

So, as I said earlier, I broke over the weekend and didnt get my coursework done. But I did seem to feel that it was ok to put my MASSIVE pile of work on hold and start a MASSIVE new project. What better way to spend my time than crocheting a ripple blanket. ?!?!

I'm quite unashamedly stealing Lucy at Attic 24's design and copying her. I followed her tutorial to make the ripple and CAN NOT recommend it highly enough. It is fantastic. Have a look.

So here is my WIP:

The yarn is so soft it will make an AMAZING blanket. Can't wait.

But really should be writing about Multisensory approaches to dyslexia and Psychometric testing and other non-crochet related nonsense :( Nose back to the grind stone :(



  1. Your ripple is off to a great start, love the colours you have chosen!

  2. I was reading Attic 24 yeaterday and saw Lucy's ripple blanket! I would love ot be able to crochet one of these. I think 2012 may be the year for me to try! Big hugs for a fantastic 2012 for you and your family. Em xxx

  3. Love the colors you're using! I want to make Lucy's ripple blanket someday.

    Have fun :)

  4. Gorgeous! I'm loving the blanket, and hating that you have icky stuff to do rather than crochet it up. Maybe use a row or two as a reward for slogging through some of the work stuff? Hope the boring bits pass quickly!! :)

  5. Your blanket is coming along beautifully. I love the colors you're using.

  6. Maybe you can make a deal with yourself - half an hour of work, rewarded by half an hour crocheting, and then repeat :) Cute blanket pattern!

  7. I would agree, Lucy's ripple pattern is my go-to ripple. I love how she wrote it out, so easy to understand! So far, yours is looking lovely! :)

  8. I always love a ripple but I really like the colors you've started with here...and that yarn does look so soft!!!



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