Free Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns

Free Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns

Here is a list I put together of some beautiful FREE Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns. If you have a lot of scrap yarn, blankets are a great way to use them all up! Ripple designs are pretty much the same as chevron. Depending on what type of blanket you are making (circle, square, rectangle) the finished product will look different even if you are using the same design. Ripple/chevron designs are easy to work up because they are repetitive. Once you memorize the pattern you can work on your project without looking at the instructions. Enjoy!

Free Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns

Free Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns

A list of free Ripple Blanket Crochet Patterns. Get Hookin!

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    Round Ripple 12 Point pattern by Donna Mason-Svara

    Round Ripple 12 Point pattern by Donna Mason-Svara

    UPDATE: This one pattern has been opened up as a free pattern.

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    Shell and V-stitch Round Ripple Blanket

    Shell and V-stitch Round Ripple Blanket

    Shell and V-stitch Round Ripple Blanket - This is a round ripple with a little vintage twist to it - adding panels of shell and v-stitch. It is a six-point star and can be made in a solid color or with various colors. It can be made as a baby blanket, lap blanket or throw..

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    Crazy Ripple Blanket

    Crazy Ripple Blanket

    Crazy Ripple Blanket - This free-style afghan is a great way to use up little bits of leftover yarn while making a stunning conversation piece. The diamond inserts transition the ripple pattern from a smaller ripple to a larger one and then back to a smaller one again.

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    Ripple Blanket

    Ripple Blanket

    On my newsfeed in Facebook this morning, there was a picture of a blanket that someone found. It was very interesting, and distinctive. You can see it here.Me, being me, wanted to try this one because it was so different, but I couldn't find a pattern, and it was doing my head in trying to...

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    Circular Ripple Blanket Pattern

    Circular Ripple Blanket Pattern

    for this blanket, i used a size N hook and two strands of yarn held together - using a smaller hook and one strand of yarn, or a steel hook and crochet thread, would give you a different result - i believe this pattern could be made as big or

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    Ripples of happiness: graphic pattern

    Ripples of happiness: graphic pattern

    Hello hello hello! I'm slowly but surely progressing on my ripple and I thought about sharing with you the pattern I'm working on. It is a very old pattern from an old french magazine I found in my mother stash. And because the pattern is explained in french I decided to draw a graphic for you my friend !

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    Lyn's Round Ripple Afghan
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    Easy Ripple Afghan

    Easy Ripple Afghan

    by SusanB Materials needed: yarn Worsted weight acrylic yarn in desired colors. About 12 ounces each of 3 different colors (36 ounces total) will make a 40 inch by 60 inch afghan (the ideal size for Project Linus). I made a 40 inch by 60 inch afghan using 10 three ounce skeins of variegated yarn.

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    Around the Rosy Baby Blanket

    Around the Rosy Baby Blanket

    Around the Rosy Baby Blanket By: Brenda G.Aug/Sept 2005 Need:Sport weight yarn (I used about 3 skeins of 6 oz. sportweight)H Hook Stitches used, sl st, ch, sc, dc, tr tog, ch2 v-st ch2 v-st: (dc, ch2, dc)I believe the blanket came out to be approx. 36-38" across...It is a baby sized blanket..

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    Jacob's Ladder Ripple Afghan

    Jacob's Ladder Ripple Afghan

    I love the basic Jacob's Ladder Afghan, so thought it could only be even all the more wonderful in a ripple version. The example is made in worsted weight acrylic. Size: This blanket can be made any size. Five widths are given in the directions.

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    Rippling Along

    Rippling Along

    "Like a blanket to wear around your neck," we agreed. I'd been chatting with Melissa, who owns Seaside Yarns -the lovely little yarn shop here in Juneau. We are both crocheters from childhood and we have strong associations with granny squares and the popular zigzag patterns of the 1970s.

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    Fans and Pansies Ripple Blanket

    Fans and Pansies Ripple Blanket

    This is an original design but is reminiscent of what might have been made a century or two ago. It works well in a solid color or multiple colors. The example is made in light worsted weight mercanized cotton. Size: This blanket can be made any size.

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    Easy Ripple Blanket

    Easy Ripple Blanket

    My grandmother is the queen of these blankets. Each grandchild gets a full-size blanket in their college colors before they start their freshman year. I've still got my red and white one in my bedroom here in Illinois.

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    Ripple Afghan Instructions

    Ripple Afghan Instructions

    The Ripple Afghan Instructions shown above may be easily adapted to produce a smaller or larger rug by simply increasing or decreasing the amount of chain stitches you begin with, and/or by working more or less rows.

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    Rippled Granny Throw

    Rippled Granny Throw

    I have always loved the look of granny squares and ripple blankets. One day I seen a picture of a beautiful afghan posted in a crochet group on FB. It was a ripple granny blanket, very stunning. I decided to turn the idea into a rippled granny throw.

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    Birdlebee's Granny Ripple pattern by Birdlebee Williams Designs
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    9 Pointed Round Ripple with Solid Center

    9 Pointed Round Ripple with Solid Center

    9 Pointed Round Ripple with Solid Center Designed by Michele Storms Materials List:5 skeins Red Heart Classic (190yds/solid)(uses 6 or 7 skeins if using print or multi which is only 146yds)"I" hookThis amount of yarn will result in the afghan being 45' or larger depending on how tight or loose your stitches are.Stitches Used:Single Crochet = sc Single Crochet Two Stitches Together = Decrease = sc2tg Half-double crochet = hdc Double crochet = dcTriple (or treble) crochet = trcSlip Stitch = sl st Row 1: Ch 3.

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    Wavy Baby Blanket

    Wavy Baby Blanket

    Happy Friday! It's almost officially summer here, but the mornings and nights are still cool, and soon the air conditioners in shops will start icing us down. Meaning we need a baby blanket just right for summer! Wavy Baby is a block pattern I came up with this week, plus a specific joining pattern.

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    Tunisian Ripple Stitch

    Tunisian Ripple Stitch

    I really like the ripple or chevron stitch. During the last months I've been crocheting many items using the Tunisian crochet technique.

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    Drop in the Pond Lap blanket pattern by Elizabeth Ham

    Drop in the Pond Lap blanket pattern by Elizabeth Ham

    For the video tutorial Crochet along play list, click here.

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    Wavy Blanky pattern by Stephanie Gage

    Wavy Blanky pattern by Stephanie Gage

    This particular pattern is written for a crib size blanket, but it can be easily modified to be bigger.

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