I am a stitcher for Herrschner's and these are a few more afghans I crocheted for their catalog.
The red, white and blue afghan in your picture is a variation of Herrschner's Lacy Baby Ripple blanket from the 70s-80s (picture below). I love the pattern and have made it so many times I had to re-type it because it was so worn it was falling apart. Have always loved Herrschner's patterns...thanks for sharing!
Beautiful blankets! Very much like the pattern I am trying to find. I am a novice at crochet but my dream is to replicate a blanket my Grandmother made me over 20 years ago. It looks a lot like the Lacy Baby Ripple but is solid white and not a baby blanket but an afghan. I saw a picture of a Fisherman Ripple afghan that also looked close. She is no longer able to remember how she stitched this pattern. Please help if you can. It has v stitches and trebles I think. The lacy part is hard for me but I am learning. Diagrams seem to make more sense to me but all suggestions are appreciated.