This ripple, also be known as Plum Pudding III, is the third one I’ve made with the RHSS ‘Plum Pudding’ variegated yarn from my yarn fairy, Sandi.
This one’s particularly Red Heart-intensive, as it also has RHSS ‘Dark Orchid’, ‘Petal Pink’ and what I think is ‘Light Raspberry’ in it!
Although doing so many one-row stripes really slowed me down, it was worth it!
I want to say it’s the best of the three, by far,
– As a reminder, here are pics of Plum Puddings I and II. –
but like any good mother, I’ll just say, “They’re each special in their own way.”
I agree. Each is lovely in its own way. Plum Pudding sure produced some gorgeous, girlie, purple ripples! So pretty!
It’s been a great variegated to work with – easy to find yarns that ‘match’.
Blackberry pie? hmmmmm where’s the Ice Cream???
You’ve heard of byob?
Well. . . this is byoic!!
Just had to share Renee Butka’s reply in an email to me:
” =)) rolling on the floor Oh, linda that’s so funny, BYOIC, you crack me up :)) laughing ”
I agree it’s the best of the three. I hate changing colors every row but it always looks so great sometimes it’s worth it.
Now you’ve gone and made the other two feel bad. lol.
Funny, I don’t mind the color changing itself, I just mind how much time it takes.
That’s definitely not the case with working in yarn ends tho’. ugh.
Love the b pie. I have to say, I’m certain it would look even better draped over my legs on these cold autumn nights while I crochet on the couch and watch tv 🙂
So sorry to give you bad news, Jill, but b pie is already on its way toward warming some foster child’s heart.
Its photos are still here though!. . . So you can make a similar one for yourself.
Whether with a b pie ripple or some other blankie, Keep warm!! 🙂