Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Ripple Cushion!!!

Hello Ladies!!!!
Hope all are doing great!! Past couple of days i have been visiting many amazing blogs and had saved some wonderful patterns in queue..i wish i could dedicate more time to crochet.. :(
And thanks to some wonderful people who stopped by and became my new followers...
I had some old yarn lying in my stash for a long time and finally it was the day to give them life in the form of beautiful ripples.. I have made a small ripple BLANKET in the past but the pattern is somewhat different and the ripples had a sharp edge and not wavy.. But this one is nice and wavy and who else can explain it well other than LUCY... just followed her and got my cute lovely ripples  in three colors.. candy pink, aqua green and navy blue..
I had very limited yarn of these colors that is really less for a small blanket or throw.. so then i decided to make a cushion.. also i had some left out fiber fill after making the PUFFY CROCHET HEART .
Here is the completed cushion cover sewed and also gave my usual touch of beautiful shell edges.. i just love 'em.. shells add beauty to watever we make...
I stuffed the fiber fill in a normal white cloth and then covered it with my ripple cover.. I also attached some snap fasteners at the back..
Hmmmm.. and now my old cushions have got a colorful new friend..
Got some plans of shopping yarn this week... Wish hubby dear is free to take me out and be patient with me to choose some nice colors.. :P
Feel like days are passing very fast this year.. Its only less than 10 days for the end of second month and summer is about to begin.. im happy atleast im in Bangalore.. Pity my parents in Chennai.. Know what...Chennai has only three seasons.. hot.. hotter and hottest... :)

Last week i was chatting with my new friend and when sharing each other's interest i mentioned about my love for Gujarati food..  i felt like eating them since then.. And yes.. prepared this soft puffy KAMAN DHOKLA .. Hot dhoklas with green chutney.. nothing else could replace them on a late evening.
And thats it for now.. till then take care.. happy hooking and love to see your posts..
With Love,


  1. Hi, Pavi!
    Your cushion turned out great, very exquisite, lovely!
    Lucy's instructions are super!
    Dhokla... can imagine how tasty it is, here my parents in law make a yellow one :)spongy!

  2. your cuhion is lovely never tries rippled pattern like this before/ dhokla..... just ate plain dhokla yesterday

  3. Hi Pavi, the cushion looks wonderful :-). Love the ripple pattern. Where did you get polyfil in bangalore?
    And I too love Dhokla :-)

    1. Hi Sangheetha, Thanks for stopping by.. and i actually didnt buy the filling.. It was utilised from an old pillow.. :) Sent you an email :)