I am so pleased; my first attempt to rebuild the beginning chain’s end of a crocheted ripple turned out very well.
Yes, this was a finicky chore, but it definitely took less time than making a ripple from scratch would have. Doing the photographs and writing the three blog entries about the salvage process actually took longer than the crochet work. lol.
Funny, unless you count each ripple’s stripes, you might not notice any difference between the “After” picture above and this “Before” shot,
because at that distance you can’t see the stain which caused all the fuss.
Removing that stain may have taken 21″ in length from the original 52″ x 84″ blanket,
but, the remaining sixty-three inches look GREAT!