Crochet tutorial that teaches you how to make this Lacy ripple that bleeds it’s color over to the previous row giving a very beautiful look. Works best if you switch colors every 2 rows. I used 4 different colors. I would love to see what you come up with. Fell free to share your pictures on the Facebook group if you make something with this stitch.

 

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V Stitch Ripple Crochet Stitch – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: Size yarn recommends

YARN: Any size

 

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This stitch is done in multiples of 20 + 3

 

 


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To start

The multiples of this stitch is 20 + 3 which means to ch in multiples of 20 until you reach desired size then ch 3 more and you’re ready to begin row 1.

 

The sizing on this pattern is different because it is a ripple, so the size of your row will reduce after you’ve crocheted row 1. When I measure my piece I learned that you loose about an inch of length every 20 chains. So take this in account when creating your beginning ch.

 

 

 

 

TIP: If you have trouble keeping your beginning chain loose, then go up one hook size just to make the chain. (Example: From a 5 \ H size hook to a 6 \ J size Hook just to make the chain)

 

 

Row 1

(if you did switch hook sizes, switch back now)

V stitch in the 5th ch from the hook, *| ch 1, sk 3 chs, V stitch into next stitch | repeat 1 more time. Then in the same stitch ch 3 and V stitch again. This is your upper peak. | ch 1, sk 3 chs, V stitch into next stitch | repeat 1 more time. Then without chaining sk 3 sts and do a V stitch. This is your down peak. * repeat for row.

To end your row: Your last 6 chains you will skip 3 and V stitch in next stitch, then without chaining 1 just DC in last ch. Ch 3 & turn.

 

 

 

 

 

Row 2

We’ll be working in the ch 1 spaces from last row, not the v stitches. V stitch & ch 1 in the ch 1 space, then repeat by doing a V stitch & ch 1 in the next ch 1 space. Crochet a V stitch, ch 3, v stitch to create your upper peak. Ch 1 and V stitch in the next two ch 1 spaces. After you’ve completed the second V stitch, don’t chain 1 just V stitch into the next Ch 1 space to create your down peak. Ch 1 * Repeat for row.

 

 

 

 

To end your row: In the very last ch 1 space of the row work a V stitch, then without chaining, working in the very last 3, in that space, put a DC. Ch 3 & turn

 

I recommend switching colors every 2 rows, but feel free to color change whenever you like.

 

 

 

 

 

Row 3 – This is the row you will be repeating from now on.

 

Three things to know before we start:

  • We will always be crocheting 2 rows down, so the stitches this row will be put into the V stitches from previous row. (So on Row 1 if this is your first time)
  • Second thing is we’ll be working in the V stitches from not on and not the ch 1 spaces.
  • Always remember to skip the first V stitch of the row and go right into the second V stitch.

 

To begin your row remember we are working 2 rows down now, skip the first V stitch and go right into the second V stitch and * V stitch, ch 1. * V stitch in next V stitch and ch 1. Then on the ch 3 we’ll create our upper peak as before, V stitch, ch 3, V stitch all into the ch 3 space and ch 1. Crochet a V stitch ch 1 into your next V stitch. Then V stitch into your next V stitch but don’t ch 1 after, just V stitch into next V stitch. Ch 1. * repeat for row.

 

 

 

 

 

To end your row: In the very last ch 1 space of the row work a V stitch, then without chaining, working in the very last 3, in that space, put a DC. Ch 3 & turn

 

Repeat row 3 changing colors after 2 rows of the same color.

 

 

 

 

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