Ripple Baby Blanket

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We are in the middle of the Fall and our surrounding are changing colors

Therefore here are some ideas how to adjust your project’s mood to the seasons with a fall ripple blanket. Autumn is all about colors, so its good to pick up a pattern which looks great when mixing hues. Consequently, due to their varied bands, ripple blankets will be perfect for this. Of course, you don’t have to use autumn hues, but they are just so wonderful.

Heartbeat Ripple Blanket

So, this fall ripple blanket in these colors looks a bit like a forest. Although it may also look complicated, the pattern is very easy. Apart form the pattern itself, you can additionally get help from a step-by -step photo tutorial.

Heartbeat baby ripple blanketThe full article about the pattern is available on

More info about Wildmonster9’s project on Ravlery.

6-Kid Blanket

Next, this fall ripple blanket is a great project to try match color combos and make a blanket for any season.

Without a doubt, the great colors of StyleCraft Special DK yarn combined with this wavy, striped blanket will give you an outstanding effect.

6-day blanket

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The full article about this pattern is here:

The 6-Day Baby Blanket

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