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Scrimple Ripple of the Week #15

I’m continuing to work out of the overflowing box of little balls of scrap yarn. A couple of weeks ago I shared how I came up with the Scrandom Ripple Plan. I thought you might like to read about the … Continue reading

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A Scrappy Ripple of the Week #10 – Princess

Finding balls of both pink and purple novelty yarns in my charity stash inspired me to make this scrappy ripple. I used about eighteen different yarns, mostly from scrap balls, lining up a few colors at a time in the … Continue reading

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Ripple of the Week #49 – A Pink Zebra, or Pink Poodle, Perhaps?

This is the second ripple I’ve crocheted with Red Heart Super Saver’s “Zebra” yarn. Containing only single-row stripes of Zebra, it has a completely different feeling than the boldly striped Red Zebra. 11,418 crochet stitches  – 591,636  donated so far this … Continue reading

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Zebra Ripple Decisions and Beginning #47

My zebra yarn has been completely silent since its last blog appearance. I’m glad it has given my mind some quiet time to make logical color choices! With only ten ounces of “Zebra” to split between two blankets, I realized … Continue reading

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Ripple of the Week #9

A few months ago I got a phone call from one of the clerks at the tiny thrift store in town. She wanted to know if I could use a bunch of novelty yarn scraps in my blankets. As usual … Continue reading

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