How To: Crochet The Ripple (Chevron) Stitch - Easy Tutorial


Living next to the ocean I believe has helped to turn me into a tremendous fan of the Ripple Stitch! It's rolling lines remind me of waves gently crashing on the shore, which makes this stitch very pleasing to the eye. 

Even if you've only ever crocheted the most basic of crochet stitches, the Ripple Stitch is pretty easy to learn, and only takes a tiny bit of practise.



If you'd like to learn how to create the "Ripple (Chevron) Stitch", this helpful video will guide you through all the steps as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!




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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for this tutorial. I was trying to do the ripple stitch on my own from memory and needed a bit of guidance to re-learn it. Your video was great!

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  2. Hello Im crocheting your The Ripple baby blanket. Can you tell me if you can add a edge/Trim on there?

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  3. Great tutorial! I'm taking a class where we are learning this pattern, and it's wonderful to have your video as a backup reminder of how to do it. Thank you so much!

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  4. Wonderful tutorial! I do have one small question. You begin the stitch with the 3 dc's in one chain, and then you end the pattern with 3 dc's in one chain as well. So once you end the pattern with the 3 dc's, do you then do another 3 dc's into the next chain as the beginning of the next section? So I would then have two sets of the 3 dc's into one chain next to each other. Is that correct, or do I just do one set of the 3 dc's into one chain?

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