Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Crocheted sofa covers

When I came across the Neat ripple pattern from Attic24 I just love it.  i made a sofa back cover using that pattern and the result is wonderful.  very neat and easy to do. It took 15 minutes to complete one row and totally i have done 33 rows.  Two such covers for the single sofas have been done.  Have a look at it.


Now the closeup


Set of ripples.


Then for the three seater sofa I have made a granny ripple that matches with the neat ripple pattern.  The pattern is from here.  The beauty is there is no need of the long foundation chain in this pattern.  That's why i have given a try.  It was also very easy to do.  You can find lot more projects with no beginning chain.  I have folded this in half.  Used five colors for the granny ripple.


Now with the three ripples.



I have used Nako Luks minnos yarn from pony craft store.  In my next post I will come up with a crocheted bag.  So, do watch my space.  Till then, Happy crocheting.


7 comments:

  1. It looks very pretty!! I love the colors you have used. I have made regular ripple but never tried granny ripple.

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  2. Such lovely blankets, they are a great match! Thanks for adding the link to the pattern, I never saw a granny ripple before.

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  3. I read Attic24 regularly and always drool over the fantastic crocheted works. Both your blankets are so attractive. Keep up the good work!

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  4. The ripple sofa cover looks gorgeous! love the color choice you've used :)

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  5. attic 24 is also one of my favorites. I love the colors you've used. very pretty

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  6. Wonderful crocheting of the ripple pattern! I too enjoy attic 24 :)

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  7. Hi. I'm trying to make a blanket using the pattern from the attic24 and since you made one yourself I was wondering whether you could help me out. My blanket seems to get wider with every row I add. I have counted everything many times and can't seem to find anything wrong. Can you imagine what I might have misunderstood? I'm trying to make this before my baby is born next month and I'm getting a bit frustrated as I can't get help from anywhere...
    Thank you in advance,
    Athena

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I would like to hear from you as it boosts me up a lot.