This ripple pattern adds a lacey look to the classic ripple. This is really more of a stitch pattern; however, there are several finished project photos with details to help you with ideas. This pattern can be used with just about any size yarn and the coordinating hook. I do not recommend novelty yarns, as the textures of the yarn can make the stitches difficult or just take away from the look of the stitch pattern.
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
There is a video tutorial at the end of this pattern. There is also a chart at the very end of this post.
Whatever size you want to make!
Pretty much any size “regular” yarn. Not recommended for novelty yarns
Use a hook a few sizes longer than your yarn recommends. This stitch looks best when it is worked loosely.
Not important! Though you may want to make a 2 repeat swatch that is a few rows tall to determine how many repeats you need for your own finished item. (For example, if your swatch measures 10 inches, you know each repeat is 5 inches. If you are making a baby blanket and want it to be about 36 inches, you will ch enough for 7 repeats (7rep * 5 inches = 35 inches) in order to get the size you want.)
sc2tog ~ insert hook into next st, yo, pull through st (2 loops on hook), insert hook into next st, yo, pull through st (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through all loops.
Ch a multiple of 16 plus 1
Row 1: 2sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each of next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in each of next 5 sts, 2sc in next st, * 2sc in next st, sc in each of next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in each of next 5 sts, 2sc in next st, rep from * until end of row is reached, sc once more in last st (there will be 3 sc in the last st of this row).
Now here are some pictures to help you with Row 1:
Row 2 (right side): Turn, ch 4, tc in same st, (2 tc in next st) 2 times, (sk 1, tc in next st), 5 times, sk 1, (2 tr in next st) 2 times, * 3 tr in next st, (2 tr in next st) 2 times, sk 1, (tr in next st, sk 1) 5 times, (2 tr in next st) 2 times, rep from * until on st is left, 2 tr in last st.
Here are some pictures to help you with Row 2:
Row 3 (work entire row in front loops only): Change color. Ch1, 2sc in first st, sc in each of next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in each of next 5 sts, 2sc in next st, * 2sc in next st, sc in each of next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in each of next 5 sts, 2sc in next st, rep from * until end of row is reached, sc once more through both loops of last st (there will be 3 sc in the last st of this row).
And pictures for row 3:
Repeat rows 2 & 3: Until desired length is reached. End with row 3.
When changing color, do not finish off last st of your row, make the st all the way to the last yo/pull through and stop. Change color and make the final yo/pull through with the new color, then start the next row. This will make your color change look more finished.
I have made a video tutorial, however, my current camera doesn’t seem to take very good quality videos. So…it isn’t the clearest to look out. The color gets better about 2 minutes in, but it just isn’t as clean as I would like. Hopefully I will be able to buy a new digital camera soon and will make a new video at that point. For now, here is what I have:
A big thank you to my testers!!
Brenda Lee Dukeman
Creator of the Sparkly Vanna’s Choice scarf
Creator of hand dyed blue wrap
Creator of the light blue scarf
The purple wrap was created by me.
If you enjoy what you have found here at JessieAtHome, please like our Facebook page to get all the updates on new tutorials, other posts, sales, and coming events.
If you have any questions or concerns, want to share pictures of your work, or just want to chat with Jessie and other crafty individuals, than join our Facebook group.
Do not Pin, share, or copy this chart in any way
Please note: there is no symbol for sc in front loop only in my chart program, but the top row is worked in the front loops only, even though I could not show that in the chart. After working the shown rows, keep repeating the last two until your work is as tall as you want.