How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns eBook


Updated October 26, 2016
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How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns eBook

Wavy Ripple Patterns
Chevron and Zig-Zag Patterns
Round Ripple Patterns
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Have you always wanted to learn how to crochet an afghan from a ripple pattern? You’re in luck because this eBook will show you not only one way to crochet a ripple crochet afghan, but a total of seven different ways! With that many free crochet patterns, you will be sure to find your favorite pattern style.

We’re all different in terms of our crochet ability, but you just can’t go wrong with free crochet patterns to test yourself. The best thing about learning how to crochet ripple patterns from this free eBook means you will learn a versatile type of crochet. You can make crochet baby blankets, manly crochet afghans, and girly ripple crochet. The patterns in this eBook can be made for virtually anything so learning how to crochet a ripple crochet afghan is useful.

Create a crochet afghan that will turn heads and wow while it's just resting on a couch or bed, and with these patterns ranging in difficulty from easy to a more advanced difficulty, you can find your perfect pattern no matter what your crochet skill is. 


Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.


Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.




Wavy Ripple Patterns

When it comes to ripple patterns, there are a variety of options. When you think of ripple crochet, you think waves and easy-going lines that flow calmly. One such ripple pattern that has become increasingly popular is the chevron afghan pattern. This is a ripple-style crochet pattern, but the ripples look more like zig-zags. The sharper edged lines of these ripple patterns make the finished crochet ripple blankets look very geometric.


26 Free Crochet Ripple Afghan Patterns


You can never have enough ripple crochet patterns! Check out 26 Free Crochet Ripple Afghan Patterns.



Bold and Beautiful RippleThe Bold and Beautiful Ripple pattern is the epitome of what a ripple afghan tends to look like. Gorgeous and in-your-face bright, this ripple crochet afghan will light up a room and put a smile on your face. With a bold color scheme and an easy construction, this fun crochet chevron afghan pattern will turn heads. 




Double V-Stitch Ripple BlanketThe Double V-Stitch Ripple Blanket has a delicate and intricate design that makes it stand out from the rest. Adding a V-stitch to the basic ripple design will create arrow-like designs going in the opposite direction of the ripple, and the easy construction of this pattern means it can be worked up in no time!




Ripples of Happiness PatternYou will be incredibly happy with the Ripples of Happiness Pattern. Learn how to crochet a ripple pattern by reading a pattern chart included in this free eBook. The colors will make you smile and it’s a useful pattern to have handy. Choose your own color combination or follow along to this pattern's template.





Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.



Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.



Chevron Afghan and Zig-Zag Patterns

If you like your crochet projects to clean-cut with definitive lines, the following ripple patterns in this free eBook are for you. Chevron patterns are ripples gone rigid - but these ripple afghans remain bold and wonderful to make. Work in bold color choices and contrasting shades to make your lines stand out even more!


Green Granny Ripple AfghanDon’t be green with envy, because you can have the Green Granny Ripple Afghan pattern for free in this free eBook! At a quick glance, this pattern looks like every other crochet chevron afghan, but the process of making this afghan is much like making a granny square.



Zippy Zag Zag LapghanRipple crochet afghans don’t have to be large zig-zags, and the Zippy Zag Zag Lapghan is proof. Little zig-zags in this chevron afghan are sweet and simple.







Blue and Yellow Ripple AfghanThis is a more manly crochet design that could be an amazing Christmas gift for a father, husband, or boyfriend. The Blue and Yellow Ripple Afghan has sport team colors written all over it.







24 Free Easy to Crochet Afghan Patterns



Round Ripple Patterns

Round ripple patterns are worked in much the same way as other ripple crochet afghan, except they're worked in the round instead of straight across. Round crochet afghan patterns can spice up your blanket style and also provide that perfect shape for you to just curl up in a ball and relax the rest of the cold day.

Down in the Valley Round RippleNow for the ripple pattern that is completely different from the rest: Down in the Valley Round Ripple. If you’ve been wanting to learn how to crochet a round ripple afghan, this pattern is the perfect place to start. This chevron afghan is worked in the round and so easy to make!





Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.


Download your copy of How To Crochet a Ripple Crochet Afghan: 7 Free Crochet Patterns today.




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I've read all the comments in this thread. and I'm gonna give this a four star in the meantime based on the comments. I've also successfully downloaded the ebook. One thing I wanna do is to take a look at the instructions if indeed they aren't clear or what based on the comments. I'll get back to this as there are one or two designs here that I really want to do. Thanks.

The afghan I wanted to make was the Ripples of Happiness. These instructions don't make any sense to me at all. I do appreciate the willingness to make this book available for free - however, though some of the patterns are very detailed, some even coming with step by step instructions - this particular pattern, for me, is useless.

The triple/treble crochet in UK is actually a US double crochet stitch. The written instructions leave a lot to be desired for a new crocheter. So ignore them and just use the chart. The chart symbols are universal..every crocheter around the world will make the same stitch even if they call it something else. When I was a newer crocheter I tended to read instructions that are not there. And I still must be careful to avoid this with a new stitch or stitch pattern. This is actually very simple. Do the sampler as recommended. The initial chain 3 (turning chain is already included) so don't over think it. The peaks and valleys are made using 14 of the chains, repeated. Different patterns can make them taller or shorter or varied. Just do what the chart shows and the waviness will begin to be revealed after a couple to three rows. At first it just looks like a mess. If you are still having trouble, watch a you tube demo for ripple afghans.

Don't know what I'm doing wrong, but can't download the free ripple afgan book

I also plan to make a three-fold sleeve for my tablet. :)

Thank you very much for this Ripple Afghan book. I really appreciate the charts, since I use this method of following patterns. The photographs are wonderful as well.

Thank you for this e-book!

Lovely Designs

The explanation is not clear

gracias me gusta mucho aprender nuevas cosas tejidas

Thanks! I'm sure I'll find fun ways to make use of this in the future. Can never have too many great patterns to choose from.

Thank you! I find it easy to understand and very nice.

thank you

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Merci pour vos superbes patrons gratuit Bon crochet! :) Xx

Very easy to read and understand. Thank you. :)

Thank you very much for the free patterns. Hugs :)


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