This Granny Ripple Crochet Stitch looks the best with 3 or 4 colors. Would make a great crochet scrap yarn project! If you like the traditional look of the granny square but want a ripple stitch instead then this is perfect for you.
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Granny Ripple Crochet Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern and Tutorial
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For this project you will need:
YARN: I used worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU
Another yarn brand with color options
ch = Chain
sl st = Slip Stitch
st = Stitch
sk = Skip
dc = Double Crochet
DC inc – Double Crochet Increase
DC dec – Double Crochet Decrease
* = Repeat what is in between the stars for the rest of the row
| = Repeat what is in between for amount of times indicated.
PDF Pattern with Pictures
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Chart pattern https://www.pinterest.com/pin/159666749273128658/
This stitch is done in multiples of 25 + 4
ch in multiples of 25 until you reach your desired size.
Each multiple of 25 you are adding another peak and a dip to your pattern. Because of this you will loose about a half an inch in length, so keep this in mind when making the width of the beginning chain.
Once you think you have it the correct width you want, then ch 4 more and you’re ready to begin row 1.
DC 3 into the 7th chain from the hook. | Sk 2 chs and DC 3 into next ch. | repeat 2 more times until you have four DC 3 sections.
After you have your 4 sections of 3 DC’s you’ll always do one of two things. An increase or a decrease. We’ll be doing an INCREASE first.
Ch 2 and DC 3 into the very next ch. | Sk 2 chs and DC 3 into next ch. | repeat 2 more times until you have four DC 3 sections.
After you have your 4 sections of 3 DC’s you’ll always do one of two things. An increase or a decrease. We’ll be doing an DECREASE now
Skip 5 chs and DC 3 into the 6th chain | Sk 2 chs and DC 3 into next ch. | repeat 2 more times until you have four DC 3 sections. * Repeat what is in between *’s
To end your row: you should have 3 chains left over. Skip 2 chs and DC In very last ch to end row. Ch 3 and turn
Row 2 (change color if you want)
We’ll be working in the big spaces between the sets of 3 dc’s.
* Crochet a set of DC 3 into the next 3 big spaces,
then DC 3 into the ch 2 at your peak,
ch 2 and crochet another DC 3 into the same ch 2. This creates your new upper peak
Crochet a set of DC 3 into the next 3 spaces, then skip the next space, and dc 3 into the next space * Repeat for row.
To end row: DC in top of beginning ch. Ch 3 and turn
Only the very first time you end a row from Row 1 you’ll have 6 chs at the end, just DC in the first ch to end your row.
Repeat Row 2 until you reach desired size.
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