Rainbow Ruffle Blanket

Welcome to Craft For The World, the site that always brings you ever more incredible, differentiated and modern standards!! The Rainbow Ruffle blanket is super warm, soft, cuddly and very easy to make, with an incredibly simple pattern, the whole blanket is knitted in double crochet and the pleat is added at the end, in front loops between two different colors… this pattern is really amazing!! Being a great standard for beginners!! What the Colors of the Rainbow Mean: The rainbow is made up of 7 colors, which are presented in this order, from outside to inside: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Colors of the rainbow: Color psychology, a study of psychology that explains how colors activate the sensations and emotions of human beings, developed the meaning of colors as follows:

1º Red – Considered a warm and intense color, red is associated with warmth, love, action, vigor, and danger. It is also responsible for provoking strong and intense emotions and feelings, and transmits feelings of excitement and energy.
2º Orange – The color orange is associated with fun, pleasure, sociability, and enthusiasm.
3º Yellow – The color yellow is associated with joy and optimism, because it is related to the sun. It is linked to enlightenment and understanding, and can also provide a sign of attention.
4º Green – The color green transmits feelings of hope and security, as well as transmitting tranquility. Because it is the same color as nature and the environment, green is also related to naturalness.
5º Blue – The color blue represents passivity, coolness, divinity, and intellectual characteristics. It is also capable of transmitting calm and patience, and because it is the same color as the sea and the sky, it is related to depth and infinitude.
6º Indigo – Because it was used in the royalty of the ancient Indian empire (where its name comes from), it expresses wealth and knowledge.
7º Violet – Also called purple, the color violet is related to spirituality and mystery. Some of its shades also convey power, sobriety, and femininity.

Ravelry: Rainbow Ruffle Blanket pattern by Dragana Savkov Bajic

How is a Rainbow Formed? The white light from the sun is refracted on the drops of water and thus divided into the seven colors that make up the rainbow. In this way, the rainbow effect can be observed whenever there are drops of water in the air, and especially when the sunlight falls above the observer. For this reason, the rainbow often appears after the rain. This phenomenon is also called rainbow and skybow. Importantly, the rainbow is also called the “covenant-bow”, “god-bow” and “rainbow” in the Christian, Jewish and Islamic religions. After the flood, God, Noah and all surviving beings formed a covenant.

As a promise that the earth would no longer be flooded, God made the rainbow the symbol of this alliance, guaranteeing that after the rain it would appear in the sky. Colors of the Rainbow: The seven colors of the rainbow are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. It is important to remember that red is part of its exterior while violet is part of its interior. Most people can discern only six colors of the rainbow. This is because some colors, because they are considered to be more intense, are easier to see: blue, violet, red, yellow, and green. On the other hand, orange and indigo are not always visible, because they have a very light intensity.

Curiosities about the Rainbow:

  • The word Iris comes from Greek mythology, whose goddess was considered the divine messenger who left a multicolored trail in the sky.
  • The rainbow is also represented as a divine messenger in the Yoruba culture, which corresponds to the figure of the orixá “Oxumarê”.
  • The physicist and mathematician, Isaac Newton (1643-1727), identified only five colors in the rainbow, and added two more just to make analogy with the seven musical notes.
  • A favorable place to observe the rainbow phenomenon is near waterfalls.
  • A full moon can also cause a rainbow.

All you need to do is pick up your crochet hook, make a coffee or tea and follow the pictures. You can relax and have fun and, at the same time, create something useful and beautiful, enjoy your time! This tutorial was written in standard crochet terms in the USA, but if you are from the UK, you can easily follow the tutorial, just do triple crochet instead of double crochet, and that’s it! The other 2 points are the same (current point and slippery point). Yes! It’s that simple! Good luck and rock!!

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Just below the step-by-step link found below, you can do better and without complications to be able to do this, the result is fantastic crochet.

Free Pattern Available: Rainbow Ruffle Blanket

Craft For The World wants to thank the site dadaplace.com for providing us with the complete pattern of this beautiful work, follow its step by step carefully and start your project, in addition to an excellent job.

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