The amazing ripple stitches give us so much room for experiments with texture. We bet you will find your favorite version of it in today’s post!
Have you ever tried any kind of ripple stitch crochet patterns before? What are your impressions? We think that quite spectacular effects are easy to achieve here and the final product’s appearance belies the fact that it doesn’t take a lot of effort to complete these projects. Sounds so convenient, doesn’t it? All in all, ripple stitches are unquestionably fun to work on, therefore most crocheters have a couple of them in their repertoire of magic tricks. If you haven’t found your favorites yet, we invite you to take a look at the examples of Inspiring Ripple Stitch Blankets we have come upon. You will find the simplest ripples here as well as some very creative variations on the stitch. We know one thing for sure – they are all so crazy inspiring!
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Colorful Ripple Blankets with Free Crochet Patterns
Bright colors are always vibrating with positive energy and fresh charm. If you need a daily pick-me-up, one of these ripple blankets will be the game-changer for you!
Chunky Rainbow Ripple Baby Blanket
Chunky always means wonderful, right? Obviously! Every selection of crochet patterns deserves at least one rainbow-based design. With this in mind, we have decided to show this delightful blanket by Clare M with you. Just take a look at the photos below! Can you even handle the sweetness? The link to the free pattern is under the photo.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Clare M
Hugs and Kisses Baby Blanket
This evidently adorable blanket by Jeanne Steinhilber can be both: an elegant bedspread in a gorgeous style or an eye-catching baby blanket every little human will love. It all obviously depends on the colors you choose. The classic ripple stitch is spiced up with adorable tiny bobbles here. Can you imagine how this texture must feel? This design is a perfect example of a creative reinterpretation of classic stitches. We dig the color the author of this version used so much! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Jeanne Steinhilber
Vintage Fan Ripple Baby Blanket
Wow, this version of ripple stitch is out of this world! Seriously, we can’t take our eyes off it. Can you? If you have already tried some basic ripples, now it is time to take your skills to the next level. Add this amazingly original stitch designed by Marinke Slump to your repertoire and wait for compliments! This is one of the most unique designs we have come upon while exploring the world of crochet patterns! The link to the free pattern is under the photo.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Marinke Slump
Neutral Ripple Blankets with Free Crochet Patterns
Delightful pastels mixed with different shades of beige and grey. What else can we dream of while arranging our first nursery? These ripples will calm your little ones and make them dream every night away!
Simple Neutral Ripple Blanket
Skills: beginner Designer: Amy Ramnarine
6-Day Kid Blanket Blanket
It’s always great when a wonderful pattern is also one that doesn’t take too long to work up, right? The 6-Day Kid Blanket by Betty McKnit is a perfect example of a quick yet spectacular project. Of course, you are welcome to vary the colors as you see fit, but the earth tones presented in the photos below are particularly attractive. After all, blue and pink are not the only colors for baby blankets. Don’t you think? The link to the free pattern is under the photo.
Skills: upper beginner Designer: Betty McKnit
Simple Ripple Blanket
This simple blanket by Daisy Cottage Designs is so classic! If you are looking for a basic ripple stitch, this is evidently the one. The texture is quite subtle but the color shifts highlight it in a beautiful way. This blanket would be a perfect addition to any cottagey or vintage interior, as well as for nurseries designed in every style possible. The link to the free stitch pattern is under the photo.
Skills: beginner Designer: Daisy Cottage Designs
The original pattern is available on daisycottagedesigns.net here: