Wacky Wave Blanket

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Ripple-stitched blankets are very popular and a classic way of making a patterned texture for projects with a large surface area.  The effect is easy to achieve and the final product’s appearance belies the fact that it doesn’t take a lot of effort to complete these projects. Let’s see the most beautiful examples of ripple baby blankets. A link to a free pattern is under its photo.

The 6-Day Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The 6-day baby blanket is a quick project that uses wavy stripes of alternating colors to achieve a rolling, sea-like effect that’s gentle and soothing to the eye. The texture of this blanket is also quite a bit less pronounced than the cable blanket, while still being enough for little fingers to explore.

Skills: beginner             Designer: Betty McKnit

6-day Kid Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

The 6-Day Baby Blanket

photo: theloopyyarn@instagram

Wacky Wave Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Here is a beautiful, beach inspired and deliciously delirious blanket in a myriad colorful waves. It bears all colors of the rainbow, and then some. In fact, if you look, you can see all of the visible spectrum in this gorgeous creation. It is truly amazing, what can be done just by varying the colors amongst wavy ripples. This is very definitely a cheer-you-up, go-to-your-happy-space blanket… both in the making, and in the using.

Skills: beginner             Designer: Jellina Verhoeff

Wacky Wave Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Wacky Wave Blanket

Spring Landscape Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Let’s bring some spring and joy with this colorful blanket in colors. The Spring Landscape blanket is evocative of a springtime meadow in the sunshine, with all of the flowers in bloom, and the sun making their colors come alive. This is a fairly easy project, just right for a beginner to build their basic skills into a fine project. And even if you are more advanced, this is still a very worthwhile pattern.

Skills: beginner             Designer: Justina Kirkwood

Spring Landscape Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Spring Landscape Blanket

Easy Ripple Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

Here is the easiest pattern of all. No matter whether you are looking for a baby blanket or a kid’s bedspread, the Easy Ripple Afghan pattern will be a good option. This beginner-friendly pattern works up very fast and helps you to make even a big bedspread in no time!

Skills: Beginner             Designer: SusanB

Easy Ripple Afghan

The full article about this pattern is here:

Easy Ripple Afghan

More info about this project here.

Ripple Baby Blankets Free Crochet Pattern

Waves and ripples are a soothing pattern. Just think of a calm day at the lake and ripples moving over the water after a Loon makes a splash. Many designs use rippled lines as a decorative motif, whether smoother, round peaks above, or more angular and made of interlocked chevrons as below. Either way, many patterns are available, using a large number of stitching techniques to match your preferences and your skills. A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Skills:  Easy           Designer: Judy Hice

Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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Amazing Ripple Baby Blankets Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here:

Amazing Ripple Baby Blanket

More info about projects from photos you can find here and here.

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2 Comments

  1. catherine says:

    very colorfull and butifull color combos i have made a ripple afghan/ blanket and it was a joy to make

  2. Anna+Smit says:

    Absolutely love ripple patterns. My favorite to crochet

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