Ripple Baby Blankets

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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Nothing says summer like ripples on a lake gently caressed by a soft breeze!

In order to bring a touch of this wonderful feeling into your home, here are some ripple blanket patterns that almost shimmer in the light. These are for the most part easy projects that will be a fun pastime as you’re making them, but will also be super-enjoyable as finished accessories. Each one takes a unique approach to a rippled surface, however all of them evoke that summertime, “cottagey” feeling. Choose one you like, and subsequently modify and customize the colors to your own liking. Truly, make these summer ripples your own. Links to free patterns are under the pictures.

Petal Stitch Baby Blanket

The petal stitch baby blanket is a gently textured baby blanket, additionally equipped with a dense border to give it a crisp edge. It’s a beautiful, easy project that will be great for the baby, both in terms of warmth as well as with a texture for little fingers to explore.

Designer:  Daisy Farm Crafts

Petal Stitch Baby Blanket

The full article about this pattern is here:

Petal Stitch Baby Blanket

The 6-Day Baby Blanket

Here is another ripple-stitched blanket. The 6-day baby blanket is a quick project that uses wavy stripes of alternating colors. In this way, it achieve a rolling, sea-like effect that’s gentle as well as soothing. The texture of this blanket is also not too pronounced, although it’s still enough for little fingers to explore.

Skills: beginner             Designer: Betty McKnit

6-day Kids Blanket

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The full article about this pattern is here:

The 6-Day Baby Blanket

Foothills Baby Blanket

Here is a beautiful baby blanket done in the ripple fashion. Not only are the colors lovely and not cliche (pink or blue), but also the ripples themselves give the blanket a lovely texture that little fingers will love to explore.

Skills: beginner Designer: Carly Waterman

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Foothills Baby Blanket

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The original pattern is available  here:

Foothills Baby Blanket

Diagonal Ripple Lapghan

And here is an afghan totally different than the others. The Diagonal Ripple Lapghan will is an elegant combination of a beautiful texture and a solid color. If you like crochet chevrons, this pattern is definitely for you.

Skills: beginner Designer: Jennifer Renaud

diagonal ripple afghan

The original pattern is available  here:

Foothills Baby Blanket

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One Comment

  1. These are all so pretty! It’s hard to choose, I love them all!

    Thank you for sharing – So very appreciated!

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