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Jul 18, 2013 16:30:44   #
brenda rolfe
 
Today I was at JoAnn Fabrics. buying yarn for afghan and on a end cap was a book "ripple afghans" and that afghan is on the cover. Of course not the same pretty colors. I believe the no. on the back was either 5950 or 5650 by leisure arts.
I didn't look at the price sine I already have it, it looks the same as the one I made from my crochet fantasy I think it was.
 
Jul 18, 2013 17:34:51   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
brenda rolfe wrote:
Today I was at JoAnn Fabrics. buying yarn for afghan and on a end cap was a book "ripple afghans" and that afghan is on the cover. Of course not the same pretty colors. I believe the no. on the back was either 5950 or 5650 by leisure arts.
I didn't look at the price sine I already have it, it looks the same as the one I made from my crochet fantasy I think it was.


I have one that looks like it too but the leaflet number is 335 by Leisure Arts. NO??
Jul 18, 2013 17:56:58   #
brenda rolfe
 
yes but you cant get it any longer. only as a download from LA. I read the pattern and it looks like the same, As I said I made it from another crochet magazine
Jul 18, 2013 17:58:04   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
brenda rolfe wrote:
yes but you cant get it any longer. only as a download from LA. I read the pattern and it looks like the same, As I said I made it from another crochet magazine


Ok, thanks.
Jul 18, 2013 18:15:41   #
galaxycraft
 
Juneperk wrote:
I have one that looks like it too but the leaflet number is 335 by Leisure Arts. NO??

brenda rolfe wrote:
yes but you cant get it any longer. only as a download from LA. I read the pattern and it looks like the same, As I said I made it from another crochet magazine

LA Website for booklet 335 - E-Book download © 2013
http://www.leisurearts.com/products/afghan-parade-ebook.html

It comes up fairly often on E-Bay
Afghan Parade - Leisure Arts 335 © 1984
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-2-Treasury-of-Afghans-Afghan-Parade-Crochet-Knit-Patterns-/310706580244?pt=US_Crocheting_Knitting_Patterns&hash=item48578e2b14
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Afghan-Parade-/171077163459?pt=US_Crocheting_Knitting_Patterns&hash=item27d4fe59c3

http://toontowntreasures.ecrater.com/p/15663774/leisure-arts-335-crochet-afghan-parade
http://craftsnstuff.ecrater.com/p/15308263/afghan-parade-designed-for-crochet-leisure

Also available in -- Crochet Fantasy Magazine #135, Winter 2000
Jul 18, 2013 18:19:13   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 


Looks like "Lacy chevron" and "Planned" is the same, just different colors, right?
 
Jul 18, 2013 18:32:13   #
galaxycraft
 
Juneperk wrote:
Looks like "Lacy chevron" and "Planned" is the same, just different colors, right?

Almost, just a slight variance to the pattern rows that I can tell.
I have the book LA 335, and that is what I can see by scanning the info.
I have not studied it word for word.
Jul 18, 2013 18:42:46   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
galaxycraft wrote:
Almost, just a slight variance to the pattern rows that I can tell.
I have the book LA 335, and that is what I can see by scanning the info.
I have not studied it word for word.


Ya, me either. I thought you could tell me, ha ha. Just teasing you.
Jul 18, 2013 18:48:44   #
galaxycraft
 
Here is the one poster is referring to...LA 5950
http://www.leisurearts.com/products/ripple-afghans-ebook.html
When you enlarge the picture, it doesn't look like the same tight pattern.
This one looks more loose and open.
http://cdn1.bigcommerce.com/server4700/94734/products/30813/images/35916/5950_FC__82412.1351633254.1280.1280.jpg
What say you?
Jul 18, 2013 18:52:44   #
galaxycraft
 
Juneperk wrote:
Looks like "Lacy chevron" and "Planned" is the same, just different colors, right?

galaxycraft wrote:
Almost, just a slight variance to the pattern rows that I can tell.
I have the book LA 335, and that is what I can see by scanning the info.
I have not studied it word for word.

Juneperk wrote:
Ya, me either. I thought you could tell me, ha ha. Just teasing you.

Okay, you challenged me. :lol:
It is the same, just different color lengths and sequences.
Jul 18, 2013 18:54:41   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
galaxycraft wrote:
Okay, you challenged me. :lol:
It is the same, just different color lengths and sequences.


I would like to call Mary on the " Breaking Amish" show. ha ha The two links are hard to tell.
 
Jul 18, 2013 18:57:20   #
galaxycraft
 
Juneperk wrote:
I would like to call Mary on the " Breaking Amish" show. ha ha The two links are hard to tell.

You mean between the 2 different LA books?
One is a chevron, the other is named a ripple.
Jul 18, 2013 19:02:23   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
galaxycraft wrote:
You mean between the 2 different LA books?
One is a chevron, the other is named a ripple.


The one I have is chevron too. I even tried to pause the show when they showed her working on the afghan but hard to tell if she used 3 shades of rose or two. I also think hers is rippled.
Jul 18, 2013 19:06:01   #
galaxycraft
 
Here are the two enlarged the best I could.
IMHO - The LA 5950 is just a loose loopy loop. :lol:
LA 5950 - Ripple Afghans - Cover

LA 335 - Lacy Chevron

LA 335 - Lacy Chevron

Jul 18, 2013 19:19:59   #
Juneperk (a regular here)
 
galaxycraft wrote:
Here are the two enlarged the best I could.


This is the one I have started.
Called Granny Ripple

My grand daughter Sierra to hold it out

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