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The crochet blanket stitch is such a versatile pattern and can be used to create many items not just blankets. You can use this stitch pattern to create hats, scarves, hot water bottle covers anything you can think of, just use the hook size recommended on your yarn ball band. However, it's a good idea to be familiar with your own personal tension and experiment with moving to a larger or smaller hook to achieve a neat result. For example, I'm a tight crocheter so I'm making my Woodland blanket using a 5 mm hook. If you crochet quite loosely, then you will probably find that a 4 mm hook suits you just fine. The Neat Ripple pattern is one of my absolute favourites for blanket making and over the years that I've been crocheting I've made several. Picture above from left to right Summer ripple Interlocking Colour ripple Coast Ripple. I've already written a full step-by-step tutorial for working the neat ripple stitch which you can find HERE. If this pattern is new to you, I would strongly.