I did three rows per color, eight blocks per cycle, and eight cycles per row. I think it gives it more depth (eight blocks instead of six). Also, doing an odd number of rows per color means having the tails spilt on both sides of the afghan, more work sewing in ends, but a cleaner finished product. Simple project, I look forward to making another for myself.Link of the pattern is below!
Crochet by Angela Maria
Vintage Rippling Blocks [ Free Crochet Pattern ] pattern is available here.