Introduction: Tootie Fruitie Scrap Ripple

This is my creation made from as many multicolored
yarns that I could find in my stash. I used the color Aran inbetween rows.

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Zontee at Lion Brand made it! (author)2008-01-18

What a cool way to use up leftover yarn!

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candawitz made it! (author)2008-01-08

Very nice.

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robingale made it! (author)2008-01-06

Hi- I love how this turned out! Can you tell me what pattern/stitch you used?

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yetieddy made it! (author)yetieddy2008-01-07

robingale:
Thank you so much. It's my own pattern. See it posted on my blog.
http://madcrochetingfool1.blogspot.com

Linda
alas Crochetingfool, Yetieddy

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maudy1 made it! (author)2008-01-07

Great pattern and I like that you brought so many different colors into one afghan. Very Nice :-)

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DaisyNukem made it! (author)2008-01-07

I second the request for a pattern. I love this afghan!

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Cees made it! (author)2008-01-06

I think I saw this on Crochetville, too--it looks awesome!!. Love the colors!!!

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GorillazMiko made it! (author)2008-01-06

Another great Slideshow yetieddy! Looks great, I like all the colors mixed up. :-)

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canida made it! (author)2008-01-06

That looks great! What a fabulous way to clean up. ;) I'm inspired.

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