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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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Brittany

I swear if all tutorials were written this well we'd all be crochet masters. I love how you held my hand through the hard parts and didn't let go until we got it. Love this pattern ty for the tutorial!

ghemulet

i made it!
thank you so so much for this lovely pattern.
I whas able to understand it and love it from the first glance..
I made my first blanket after your pattern-s and i love it.
You can see it here

https://ghemuletulincalcit.blogspot.ro/2017/12/patura-este-gata.html

Thank you so so so much for this colourfull and lovely blog of yours.

Hugs,
Alexandra.

Betty Shaw

Hi Lucy, Bought this kit earlier this year but haven't started it as I'd like to buy another kit the same and make it to fit a queen bed. Where can I buy the kit as I lost details of the first one I bought.

Pam McMillin

Thank you for this pattern and tutorial! I tried to donate a little money for your efforts, but PayPal wouldn't let me :(

Sarah

Just want to say thanks so much for taking the time to write out these instructions. They are so clear and easy to follow! I'm not a beginner but still find some crochet patterns are worded & set out so confusingly that I can't make head or tail of it. But this one is awesome, and the pictures really help too. I'm loving my ripply blanket! Thanks!

Siobhan Burns

Thank you Lucy for a fantastic straight forward tutorial. I ordered my costal pack a few days ago so now I'm ready to get started as soon as it arrives.

Sesselja

Hi Lucy,

I have now finished the Ripple blanket (but with 3 stitches between the top and bottom of the waves, as you do in your baby ripple blanket, as mine is for a new baby of a dear friend.)

Thank you for the great tutorial!

I am a bit puzzled about all the ends. I don't seem to have made very nice knots at the changes of colours and some are coming apart and some just don't look good.
Would you advise making the knots again and then weave in the ends or simply to undo the knots and weave in each end within each colour. I fear I won't do this neatly enough with the knots, but I also fear that the ends might come unweaved if I undo the knots. I am pleasantly surprised how neat and tidy the other side has turned out. I used Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino, which is the first time I use yarn with Acryl, so it's more slippery than the wool yarn I am used to work with.

(I tried to include a photo, but can't find out how to.)

Thank you!
Sesselja

Emma bushby

Hi where can I find the pattern of themripple blanket so I can print it out please. Fabulous design can't wait to try it. Xx

jenny price

would love to do this blanket in shades of blue is there a pattern or pack i could buy please

Mal H

I just love this pattern and have made it three times already. I'm halfway through my fourth blanket in rainbow colours when I made the mother of all mistakes!! Needing to uravel the last two rows I worked because of a counting mistake I was struggling to unravel the wool. Argh!! I had mistakenly started to uravelthe FIRST row!! Now I have stopped banging my head on the floor I'm wondering what I can do to rescue the work. Any help out idea greatly appreciated. At the moment I've threaded a running line through the stitches to hold them and left it till I've calmed down:-). X

Megan

And now I see it is UK treble!! Which is US double! Makes sense now! I will look forward to making this!

Megan

This is definitely double crochet and not treble. Does this change the pattern? Will multiples of 14 still work? Do we need to chain 4 on the end instead of 3 and start in the 5th chain from the holy? That’s typical for treble chrichet patters InBev seen

Ada Lee Cook

Hi Lucy.
I haven't seen any of your post in years. I used to follow you all the time and have some of your patterns. I still crochet and I also knit and quilt. I lost my husband two years ago and it helps to keep my mind and hands busy. I hope you get this as I'm not too great with the computer. If you get this I hope you can reply. Happy Crochet and best wishes. Ada Lee Cook from Vernon, Texas

icky

Thanks just finished my first practice & first time I ever understood a pattern !
On how to try a small blanket but using a cake ball so will see how it goes
Brilliant

Julia Adamson

Thank you so much. I tried the Other pattern you mentioned and it was going horribly wrong. Thankfully I just came across your instructions and I have managed 2 short rows successfully. Your pattern matches my instinct for what I should be doing, but for some reason the other pattern didn't. Thank you for blowing my confidence that I maybe DO actually know what I'm doing, and can actually follow a crochet pattern. Now for the baby blanket!

linda tauke

A great tutorial,easy to follow.


Hermione

Thank you for sharing your wonderful pattern. Having only recently learnt to crochet, I found your instructions very easy to follow. My daughter asked me to do a wavy blanket for her baby (due January) and this patter is just what I have been looking for. Again thank you.
Regards
Hermione

joyce grande

A lot of the other tutorials are more difficult to understand but yours was easier so thank you!!

Jessica James

I have tried a similar pattern, yet in multiples of 12 instead of 14. However, when I get beyond a few rows, I always seem to have issues with the stitches not lining up. I was 40+ rows into a blanket and watching it flatten out - not being able to fix it, and ultimately having to start again. Missed giving it as a baby shower gift. Any advice?

Jasmine

How many yards of yarn do you need to make a full sized adult afghan? Thanks!

Karen Owen

When I finish the 3rd row, I have 2 extra stitches remaining. I'm doing the 31 chains and following the pattern above exactly, so I'm not sure why this isn't coming out right. I am an intermediate crocheter, but I have always had trouble with the ripple pattern. Any suggestions?

Jenny Reynolds

Please advise :)

The first blanket I did used double crochet and the Coast blanket says to use treble stitch but looking at the pics above it looks like the double crochet stitch.

Could you let me know whether its DC or Treble for Coast Blanket please.

Miss S Szalay

My Aunt is 78 and for years she has wanted to make a wavey blanket. She can't read a pattern so your very helpful diagrams are just the thing.

Heather

Thank you for your first class tutorial, it makes it virtually impossible to go wrong! I've just made a baby blanket in bright rainbow colours using the pattern and it's turned out brilliantly. I've taught myself to crochet from tutorials on Pinterest, and find yours by far the clearest to follow. I'm now addicted to making baby blankets in all sorts of gorgeous colour combinations from the endless Stylecraft range 😃😃

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