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Scrap Ripple Cloth

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This free crochet pattern is great for making scrap ripple cloths for your dishes. Using up your leftover yarn, the single crochet stitch and double crochet stitch you can have a unique design. Work up this dishcloth in the back loops only.

Scrap Ripple Cloth
Scrap Ripple Cloth
This image courtesy of anastaciaknits.net

Easy

Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Jul 31, 2014

Could you please fix link or show us how to come up with pattern. I really think it cool and cannot figure it out. I have made a baby blanket like this stitch, just wanted it to come out right. Please fix!

 

Jan 29, 2013

I am confused at the terms 'ripple stitch' and 'zig zag stitch'. They seem to be used interchangeably, but Michael Sellick's video on the ripple stitch uses behind the post triple crochets and doesn't form zig zags. The two stitches can be combined, but the terms are not interchangeable.

 

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Mar 28, 2012

Hi, everyone. We apologize for this inconvenience. Anastacia recently decided to transfer her patterns to a new site and is currently in the process of moving her content. We appreciate your patience while we wait for the updated links. Thank you! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

 

Mar 27, 2012

search on Google with designer's name and scrap ripple cloth

 

Mar 27, 2012

the crochet pattern link does not take you to the pattern for the Scrap Ripple Cloth, it is only a Go Daddy Advertisement. I tried many links and searches on the websites listed to only get looped back to the Advertisement....if you could post the pattern again, I would be very thankful...

 

Mar 27, 2012

Non Access to pattern took me to some Adult Content site. I think the link is broken or someone is playing a trick!

 

Mar 26, 2012

The link to this pattern is broken.

 

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