Ripple of the Week #36 – A Ripple that Matches

This week’s ripple was inspired by a tiny two-inch advertisement photo for a woman’s striped top.

After making a few, actually several, design adjustments for the yarn colors and amounts in my charity stash, a process that I’ve become quite familiar with, I finally got to start crocheting. Yay!!

The warm humid weather made crocheting a blanket more and more uncomfortable as it grew longer and longer, but I was egged on by the repeating stripe pattern…

two aqua, then a purple… aaand then… three more teal, etc.

until ta-dah!, there it was…

A Ripple that Matches… or at least resembles… somebody’s top! lol.

11,554 stitches – 1,154,835 donated since Jan. 2011

The darker pink and purple are RHSS Light Raspberry and Lavender. All the other yarns were without labels.

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6 Responses to Ripple of the Week #36 – A Ripple that Matches

  1. Verneta says:

    What great inspiration to take ideas from pictures you come across! Another great blanket!

  2. What a beauty! Love, love the colors! I think this color combination is great for making a baby blanket, especially if one doesn’t know yet if it’s for boy or girl. =)

  3. Bettina says:

    Fabulous – just love it!! Thanks for sharing the creative journey with us 🙂

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