This is an elegant yet simple baby ripple blanket that will be sure to be treasured for years to come.
This rolling ripple pattern makes a lovely baby blanket. Use a smaller hook so that the eyelets won’t catch tiny fingers.
This textured ripple pattern is a sweet treat, just like its namesake dessert.
This easy peasy blanket features stretched, W-shaped ripples. Made without complicated decreases, it uses a simple, one-row repeat.
This scarf features ripples of two different lengths yet is worked with simple stitches.
Here is a very warm wrap pattern that mixes the granny stitch and ripple for a unique look.
This little pouch is so versatile, in that it can be used as a soap cozy, candy pouch or small gift bag!
If you are looking for an easy to work ripple blanket this one may be just what you are looking for.
This beautifully textured rippled blanket pattern is given for a child size with a measurement of 52 by 33 inches.
These bright and cheerful rainbow stripes along with a pretty fringe are perfect for decorating and keeping your warm.
Ripple Stitch Tutorial and Dishcloth – Free crochet pattern and photo tutorial by The Stitchin’ Mommy.
FREE crochet pattern for the Faded Ripple by Jessie At Home.
FREE crochet pattern for Leo’s Ripple Afghan by EyeLoveKnots for The Stitchin’ Mommy.
FREE crochet pattern for the Extended Ripple wrap by Jessie At Home.
FREE crochet pattern for an Angel Ripple Baby ‘ghan by Designs from Grammy’s Heart, with Love.
FREE crochet pattern for a A Funky Ripple Blanket by Cook Clean Craft.
FREE crochet pattern for an I Love This Soft Ripple Baby Blanket by EyeLoveKnots.
FREE crochet pattern for a Windsor Ripple Throw by Marianne Forrestal for Red Heart.
I love the texture in this ripple lapghan along with the down-to-earth colors.
This pretty laced baby blanket is sure to get the conversations going.