Crochet Ocean Waves Pattern

Crochet Ocean Waves Pattern

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Crochet Ocean Waves Afghan

Crochet Ocean Waves Afghan

Crochet Ocean Waves Afghan

One of the most popular afghans of our entire afghan collection is the Ocean Waves Afghan. It has raised up ridges for really cool visual effects. Pattern courtesy of Red Heart.

I have provided more information below to help you change sizes.

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Crochet Ocean Waves Afghan Pattern

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For Larger Sized Afghans for Bed Spreads

  • For those who would like to use this pattern for bedspreads. These sizes include the hangover that drapes over the side of the mattress. You will follow the directions and keep repeating the pattern until you get to the end of your chain.
  • Changing the number of colours used will reflect on how many balls you will use during this project. If you complete size with a ? please let us know how many balls you used so we can fill in that information. 

 

Mattress Size Size of Afghan Dimensions Starting Chain Count Rows Required Balls R’qd
This Pattern Throw 42″ x 67″  139  80 Rows5 Colours = 16 Rows for each Colour   10 Balls 
 39″ x 75″   Twin 66″ x 90″  244

 120 Rows 

?

54″ x 75″ Full / Double 80″ x 90″ 304

120 Rows 

?

60″ x 80″   Queen 90″ x 90″  349 120 Rows ?
78″ x 84″ King  108″ x 90″ 409 120 Rows ?
 39″ x 75″ Day Bed  66″ x 90″ 244 120 Rows ?
 48″ x 84″  Single Waterbed 66″ x 90″ 244 120 Rows ?
60″ x 84″ Queen Waterbed 90″ x 90″ 349 120 Rows ?
72″ x 84″ King Waterbed 108″ x 90″ 409 120 Rows ?

Video Tutorial

Only available in right-hand version.

Crochet Diagrams

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