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This ombre ripple crochet blanket pattern is fast to work up, made in a variety of colors like the one shown or all in one color for a seamless classic look!
Scroll on down to find the free, easy ripple crochet blanket pattern and get started today!
COLORBLOCKED Ripple BLANKETS ARE Easy
I am a huge fan of color block blankets, and this one is no exception. This crochet ripple blanket is worked up with all different shades of blue yarn, which gives it a unique fading ombre effect.
The ripple stitch used for this crochet design is simple and works up fast once the first few rows of the blanket get completed.
THE YARN That’s Perfect for this Ripple pattern
It all started a few weeks ago while yarn shopping at Michaels that I came across some beautiful colors from Lion Brands Vanna’s Choice line in some excellent blue & gray hues!
I originally went in to grab one skein for another project, but walked out with 7! The proof is in the picture! (See below)
No resisting these Yarn colors!
I mean are they not just amazing! I knew they would look perfect as a ripple blanket with an ombre effect to it. (Ombre means “the gradual blending of one color hue to another, usually moving from light to dark.”)
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If you like this one, then you may also like my Color Blocked Simple Blanket Pattern that uses ONLY single crochets! (super easy!) But, back to the ripple design.
This crochet pattern (free of course!) is one of my favorite all-time designs, and I am so happy to share this fun easy ripple crochet blanket pattern with you!
HOW The Ripple Stitch in Crochet is MADE
I started my blanket with white working 15 rows and decreased the number of rows I made with each color added.
Also, the whole afghan uses the half double crochet stitch, which makes it a super quick pattern to work up. Overall I am in love with how it turned out, and I hope you love it too! <3
WANT A CROCHET KIT INSTEAD?
If you’d like to, you can click through the link below to purchase a kit from Lion Brand which includes a PDF version of this pattern and all the yarn you will need to make it! How awesome is that? 🙂
Click Here to purchase an AD-FREE PDF of the Ombre Ripple Pattern!
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Crochet Kit – The Ombre Ripple Crochet Blanket includes:
One black and white pattern copy #GoodOmbreRipple
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Silver Blue
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Linen
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – White
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Charcoal Grey
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Silver Heather
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Navy
1 Ball Vanna’s Choice® – Silver Grey
Free RIPPLE CROCHET BLANKET PATTERN
- Crochet hook size I 5.5 mm
- Lion Brand Vanna’s ChoiceYarn one skein in each color, Silver Blue, Linen, Navy, Silver Heather, Silver Gray, Charcoal Gray and White or any worsted weight (4) yarn.
- Yarn needle
- ch = chain
- hdc = half double crochet
- hdc2tog = half double crochet two together
- st = stitch
- sk = skip
- To make the blanket smaller or bigger ch a multiple of 13 then add 12 chs to whatever length you have chosen. For example 13,26,39,52,65,78,91,104,117,130,143,156,169,182,195,208,221,234 etc. Then add 12 more ch’s to whatever length you have chosen
- Gauge = approx 5 st’s for every 2″
- Finished Measurements with size shown: approx. 60″ x 30″
- White-15 rows, Linen-14 rows, Silver Blue-13 rows, Silver Heather-12 rows, Silver Grey-11 rows, Charcoal Grey-10 rows, Navy-9 rows
- Need help changing colors? Try our tutorial! “Click Here”.
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry library “here”.
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THE Crochet Ripple PATTERN
Foundation Row: With white, ch 90
Row 1: Starting in the 2nd ch from hook hdc the first 2 ch’s together (hdc2tog) hdc in next 3 chs, hdc 3 times in next ch, * hdc in the next 5 ch’s, sk 2 chs, hdc in next 5 ch’s, hdc in next ch 3 times, repeat from * until you are left with 5 chs, hdc once in next 3 then hdc2tog the last 2 chs to finish row, turn. (89)
Row 2: ch 2, hdc first 2 st’s together (hdc2tog) hdc in next 3 sts, hdc 3 times in next st, * hdc in next 5 st’s, sk 2 sts, hdc in next 5 st’s, hdc in next st 3 times, repeat from * until you are left with 5 sts, hdc once in next 3 st then hdc2tog the last 2 sts to finish row, turn. (89)
Rows 3-15: repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 16-29: with linen repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 30 -42: with silver-blue repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 43 – 54: with silver heather repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 55 – 65: with silver-grey repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 66 – 75: with charcoal grey repeat row 2 (89)
Rows 76 -84: with navy repeat row 2 (89)
First: To finish up your blanket fasten off your yarn and weave in all the loose ends with a yarn needle. After this step, the afghan is ready to be used or gifted.
If you were wondering this is my dog, Penn. Penn is such a great model for my ripple blanket! Don’t you agree?
I hope you enjoyed this ripple crochet blanket and as always thank you for stopping by!
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