Ripple-stitched blankets are 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. All in all, this is a worthwhile addition to your quiver and a fun technique to try.
Hugs and Kisses Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This absolutely adorable blanket can be both: an elegant bedspread in a gorgeous style or a bedroom upgrade with an eye-catching baby blanket. It all depends on the colors you choose. The choice is entirely up to you.
Vintage Fun Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Here is a fun project to use this beautiful stitch to make a lovely, classic blanket. As it’s winter, blankets are always welcome, and the long evenings are a great opportunity to engage fully in making this wonderful blanket. The dense texture will give it a lovely drape and the blanket will be wonderful for wrapping up in on a cold evening. What’s not to love?
Skills: Easy Designer: Marinke Slump
6-Day Kid Blanket Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
It’s always great when a wonderful pattern is also one that doesn’t take too long to work up. The 6-day kid blanket is just such a 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.
Simple Ripple Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
The simple ripple blanket pattern is exactly what it says on the box: a simple blanket made using the ripple technique. The texture is quite subtle and subdued, and nicely highlighted by the color shifts. This blanket would be a welcome addition to any cottagey or vintage interior.
A link to the free stitch pattern is under the photo.
Skills: beginner Designer: Daisy Cottage Designs
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