Learning the Ripple

Now that I have begun crocheting again, I decided to learn more stitches. A colleague of mine is pregnant with her first child (a boy) so I decided to take the opportunity to make a baby blanket and learn a stitch I often admire on Instagram: the ripple stitch. The first thing I had to do was find a pattern. Eventually I settled on the pattern I found on the website Handcrafting With Love. I did, however, have a little difficulty understanding the instructions (I am used to following diagrams) so I looked for a video to help me understand the process a little more:


Then I began working on the stitch.

I was unsure at first whether I was following the pattern correctly as my work looked nothing like what I had seen in the pictures. However, once I had changed colour and worked eight rows, I could begin to see the resemblance.

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015
Working the Ripple stitch. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

I worked on the rows eagerly and was soon able to work the stitch without constant reference to the pattern.

I like the way the blanket is turning out and will soon be finished with all the rows. Then the next step will be working out how to do the edges!

Inspire-Me-Monday-Button-1502Do you like the effect of the ripple stitch?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

(This post is linked to Inspire me Monday)

26 thoughts on “Learning the Ripple

  1. Love this pattern! My Grandma made a blanket with this pattern for my dad 30 years ago, and it has been my favorite blanket to cuddle up with on the couch for as long as I can remember! I have made a few blankets with this pattern myself, and they always turn out so beautiful. But it’s been a while since I attempted one, so I’m glad to have this refresher!

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  2. I love this stitch. I’ve done a few throws already. My favourite one was rows of all my left over pieces of wool/ yarn worked in uneven rows because the lengths of left over were not the same.

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