Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Sometimes a classic stitch, evenly repeated is just what the crochet doctor ordered. The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers’ houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos. You can easily memorize the pattern to crochet ripple stitch once you get it down, so this makes for great on-the-go crocheting, and the Ripple Wrap is just long enough to be versatile without leaving you swimming in miles of extra fabric. Try wearing the finished wrap as a shawl or scarf, or gift it as a long car seat blanket or lapghan you won’t trip over.

Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.

Ripple Wrap – Crochet Pattern

Supplies
US H-8 (5 mm) hook
scissors
4, 100g skeins skeins Paintbox Simply DK yarn:

  • Clr A: Rose Red
  • Clr B: Mustard Yellow
  • Clr C: Marine Blue
  • Clr D: Champagne White

Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Abbreviations & Terms
ch – chain
sts – stitches
Clr – color
dc – double crochet
tch – turning chain
rep – repeat

Gauge & dimensions: approx. 16 dc & 8 rows over 4″ in pattern stitch. Finished cowl measures approx. 21″ wide and 54″ long.



Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.

The Pattern

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Begin by chaining 99 sts in Clr A.

Row 1: 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in each of next 2ch, [1dc, ch 2, 1dc] in next ch, 1dc in each of next 4ch, *skip, next 2 ch, 1dc in each of next 4ch, [1dc, ch 2, 1dc] in next ch, 1dc in each of next 4ch, rep from * across, turn.
Row 2: Using Clr A, ch 3 (counts as 1st dc), dc2tog. 1dc in each of the next 2 sts, [1dc, ch2, 1dc] in next ch 2 sp, *1dc in each of the next 4dc, skip next 2dc, 1dc in each of the next 4dc, [1dc, ch2, 1dc] in next dc, rep from * across to last 5 sts, 1dc in each of the next 2 dc, dc2tog, 1dc top of tch, turn.
Rows 3-4: Rep row 2.
Rows 5-8: Using Clr B, rep row 2.
Rows 9-12: Using Clr C, rep row 2.
Rows 13-16: Using Clr D, rep row 2.
Rows 17-20: Using Clr A, rep row 2.
Rep rows 5-20 until you have reached your desired length.

Break yarn and draw tail through to secure last loop. Weave in all ends and wet block to finish.

Pattern notes: This pattern was designed to use just about all of 4 skeins of the yarn listed in the supplies section. To alter this pattern, begin with any multiple of 11 sts. Working at the listed gauge, 7 total repeats of clrs A-D achieved the listed dimensions.

Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take using one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Get your hands on the free crochet pattern for the Ripple Wrap! The Ripple Wrap is a four-color take on one of the most universally-recognized crochet stitches: the ripple stitch. Seen in afghan patterns in grandmothers' houses everywhere, the ripple stitch creates a fun zig zag pattern that opens up tons of possibilities for color combos.
Yarn was provided for this design by LoveCrochet

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