Green Granny Ripple Pattern
The Green Granny Ripple Pattern looks like a typical ripple afghan at a first glance. But in reality, this crochet afghan is made much like a granny square. By skipping chains and making clusters, you will achieve this ripple crochet pattern effect. The trick is to make the first row of chains one and a half times longer than the finished blanket will be.
For many crocheters, the Granny Square, though classic, can get tiresome. It's easy to make but a pain to join together and weave in the ends. Now you can use your Granny Square skills and combine them with the ripple stitch to make a brand new, easy pattern. The result is a slightly more stylistic texture that will add that special touch you’ve been looking for.
And why not go even further? Use different colors to emphasize the pattern and ripple effect! This free crochet afghan tutorial has step-by-step pictures to help you at every stitch, which is so helpful for visual learners. You are certain to have fun with this piece.
Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook
How to Crochet the Granny Ripple Stitch
Check out this awesome video tutorial on how to crochet the granny ripple stitch before you get started! This has some great tips and tricks in it!
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