This afghan was an experiment. A close look will reveal the alternating 6 "points" are a different width. I started with 6 points and added the remaining 6 points on about the 8th row. It does not have enough definition of the width difference to please me but is still a lovely soft afghan and I shall not "frog" it as I am sure it will find a wonderful loving home.
|Sun Kissed Peach|
As for how to fold a round afghan, ripple or otherwise, simple for some perhaps a dilemma for others. I have been asked many times, just how do you fold those round type afghans into a square? Well, lets face it, since it is round turning it into a square has to be carefully engineered and can be rather difficult but if you are willing to settle for "squarish" follow the steps below.
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2 fold left side over the center
3 fold right side over the left, afghans is now in thirds
4 fold top down
5 view of other side.
This afghan has 34 rounds and is about 52 inches from point to point
Rounds 1 - 10 White
Rounds 11 - 13 Variegated peach
Round 14 White
Rounds 15 - 29 Peach
Round 30 White
Rounds 30 - 33 Variegated peach in "V" st, *(dc, ch 1, dc, sk 1 st) around
Round 34 Variegated peach "V st with picot" *(dc, picot, dc, sk 1 st,) around.