Sunday, December 13, 2009

Rippling Loops 7" Square

DragonFlyMomof2 Designs©
Rippling Loops
Designed by: Aurora Suominen Copyright © 2009/2013 All rights reserved.
6" with "G" hook and Worsted Weight yarn.

NOTES: Items in bold will be repeated in pattern.“Sts”=stitches means any dc or ch1sp.  For Abbreviations/videos/links to help with pattern sts, see “DragonFlyMomof2 Designs” at

Rnd 1: Ch4, work 15dc in 4th ch from hook,  join to top of beg ch4. (16dc)

Rnd 2: Ch-3 dc, ch1, 2dc  Beg corner made in same st. [+Ch3, skip next st, sc in next st, ch3,  skip next st.+  In next dc work,  2dc, ch1, 2dc  corner made]3x  Repeat ++ once & join in top of beg ch3. (16dc, 8ch3, 4sc) Sl st in next dc & ch1sp.

Rnd 3: Beg corner.  [+Dc in next 2dc, tr in skipped dc in Rnd 2, work behind ch3 loops. Ch2, tr in next skipped dc of Rnd 2.  Dc in next 2dc, work corner in next ch1sp+]3x.  Repeat ++once & join. (32dc, 8TC, 8ch2)  Slst in next st & into ch1sp

Rnd 4:  Ch1, work 3sc in sp.  [+ (Ch3, skip-dc, sc in next st)2x.  Ch3,  sc into middle ch2 sp. (Ch3, skip-dc, sc in nx st)2x.  Ch3+.  In next ch1sp work 3sc]3x  Repeat ++ once & join to first sc. (28sc, 4ch1, 24ch3) Slst in nx sc (middle sc of 3sc group)

Rnd 5: Beg corner.  Work behind ch3 loops.  [+ (ch1, dc in skipped dc of rnd 3)6Xs. Ch1, skip next sc,+  work corner in next sc.] Repeat ++ &  join. (40dc, 28ch1sps) Sl st in next dc & ch1sp

Rnd 6: Ch1, work 3sc in sp. [+Sc in next dc, (ch3, sk-1, sc in st)8x.+  In next ch1sp work 3sc]3x.  Repeat ++ once & join in 1st sc.  (48sc, 32ch3sps).  Slst into next sc.

*Measure your sq and determine if you need a sc, hdc, or dc for rnd 7.  

Rnd 7: Beg corner.  Work behind the ch3 loops.  [+Dc in next sc, sk-sc, (ch1, dc in skipped dc from rnd 5)8x.  Ch1, sk-sc fr rnd 6, dc in next sc+. Corner in next sc.]3x.  Repeat ++ once & join.

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xXcatalopeXx said...

You know, I've been looking for one square that I might like to make for my own blanket, and I might just use this one.

Diane H said...

Another beautiful square!! I think this one might be the square I use to make a blanket for my new granddaughter who is due in July. I've been looking for just the right pattern/square. I think I may have found it. So pretty and feminine.
Thank you!

Diane Helman

Anonymous said...

I luv all of the squares here and don't know where to start! ty Shirley from IN.

Dragonflymomof2 said...

Thank you so much!