Ripple V Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern and Tutorial


I just love the look of this Ripple V Stitch Design don’t you? If you use the right color combinations this pattern can really stick out!

This Free crochet pattern teaches how to make this very nice looking ripple v stitch that can be used in afghans or whatever you can dream of.


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Ripple V Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US

YARN: Worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

I used three 100 gram skeins.


Another yarn brand with color options





ch = Chain

st = Stitch

sc = Single Crochet

dc = Double Crochet

DC dec DC decrease

sk sts = skip stitches

V stitch = dc, ch 1, dc all worked in the same stitch

* = Repeat what is in between the stars for the rest of the row







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This stitch is done in multiples of 14 + 6







To start

Crochet in sets of 14 until you reach desired width then ch 6 and you’re ready to start. Each set of 14 is one upper and lower section.




Row 1

dc in 6th ch from the hook, * sk 2 sts, V stitch in next ch, sk 2 sts, working in the same stitch, dc and ch 1 three times, then dc 1 more time. This is your upper peak. Sk 2 sts, V st in next st, sk 2 sts, begin your dc dec using the next ch, sk a ch then finish your dc dec in next ch. Pull through 3 loops. That completes your lower peak *

Repeat for row.



To end row: You will be ending on a lower peak, using the last 3 chs of the row.





Row 2 – This is the repeat

Change colors here if desired



Ch 3 and DC in the first V stitch, into the SPACE and NOT the ch/st. Now find your upper peak and the 3 spaces there.



1st space work a V stitch. In the next space you will create your new peak so in this space work, dc and ch 1 three times, then dc 1 more time to complete your peak. Work another V stitch in next space.



Now using the v stitches from last row, (the ones that are on either side of your lower peak \ dc dec)

You will work a dc dec using those 2 V stitches.




Now you’ve reached your next upper peach area again. You’ll be using the same 3 spaces of the upper peak. * Repeat for row.




To end row you will do a DC dec using the last V stitch and the top of the ch 3. Cut yarn leaving a bit of a tail for fringe.


Repeat row 2 until you reach desired size.


Feel free to thicken up your fringe on the sides after your project is done.




Check it out! There’s a crochet pattern for a throw using this stitch. You can find it here.


Ripple V Stitch Throw





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