Vintage Fan Ripple Blanket Pattern

Vintage Fan Ripple Blanket – In that pattern you just have to match the yarn and use that pattern to create the results you see. This one is extremely soft and cheap. You are able to integrate your projects. It is important to show you how to make the point and that you can feel free to use your creativity in the Vintage Fan Ripple Blanket!

One of the most interesting things at this point is that you can use this point for anything, as they are giving you the keys to the kingdom to create your own. Vintage is in fashion these days! Who does not love a core option ?!

One look at this incredible point and I will not have to try hard to convince you to give it a try. The Vintage Fan Ripple Stitch is simply amazing.

What do you need:

yarn (I use soft cotton / acrylic yarn by Scheepjeswol)
a matching crochet hook (use a 4 mm hook)
sewing needle
a pair of scissors
For this blanket, which measures about 1.40 x 1.40m, use 14 Softfun balls (two of all colors used in colors 2496, 2531, 2466, 2449, 2451, 2519 and 2514).
Let’s start! (For those who like graphics, there’s no end, huh!)

Special points:

Triple trebles (trtr). Do not worry, it just seems to be difficult, but it is not!

To make a triple triple: Wire more than 4 times, insert your hook at the next point. Thread the wire and pull a loop. Pass the wire and pull through two loops. Repeat work on all loops. This is one point very long, and you need a little practice to recover your three triangels nice and uniform. That’s totally right! :)Choose a string, the number of strings being a multiple of 9, plus 1 to flip. In this example I chained 28 (3 x 9, plus 1).

  1. Choose a string, the number of strings being a multiple of 9, plus 1 to flip. In this example I chained 28 (3 x 9, plus 1).

2. Work * 4sc, 3sc at the same point, 4sc * around. Chain 1 and turn. You will end up with a

3. Work * sk 1 st, 4sc, 3sc without even point, 4sc, sk 1 st * around. Remember to work all points only on the back loops. Chain 1 and turn. You can see a ripple starting to take shape now!

4. Repeat step 3. Current 1 and turn.

5. Slide the point on the next 3 points (loop back only). Chain 6; this counts as the first treble treble. Work 2 more trtr, 3 trtr at the same point, 3 trtr. Skip 2 points. Repeat * sk 2 st, 3trtr, 3trtr same point, 3trtr, sk 2 st * around. Remember to work all points only on the back loops.

6. Now you can change color. For the default, start at step 2 and continue to step 5.

7. Continue repeating the pattern until you feel your design is large enough.

8. For a last coat on the last row, do not change color, but repeat as lines 2 through 4 in the same color. Then tighten.

9. Sew on the ends using a darn needle.

That’s it, work completed.

IMPORTANT:

Remember that ALL stitches are worked only on the back ties!

Is the finished blanket:

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