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60 Crochet Ripple Afghans

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Afghans are one of the most popular crochet patterns made, especially by our readers. Free crochet afghan patterns can be made for anyone of all sizes and they can be so easy to make, too. It brings joy to my heart when people make baby afghans and send them to charities or children's hospitals to help them out. And of course there are so many different designs and patterns to choose from, but if you're wondering what stitch is the best for crochet afghan patterns, ripple stitch is the best! Crochet ripple afghans are visually appealing and they can bring so much design into a room.
 

These free crochet ripple afghan patterns are just enough to get your home ready for any season. Decorate a room or wrap yourself up in one of your favorites. I love having wood floors that can be decorated with a colorful pointed crochet ripple pattern. Having this in the middle of a room is sure to draw attention to it and make it the talk of the town.

 

Crochet Ripple Afghans
Table of Contents:

How to Crochet: Ripple Stitch
Crochet Ripple Afghans: Round Ripple
Crochet Ripple Afghans: Pointed Ripple

How to Crochet: Ripple Stitch

The crochet ripple stitch is a really neat pattern to work up. It gives that wave-like design giving it a unique look. This stich is mainly used for afghans, but you can come up with your own ideas that will look great! Below you can find videos to help teach you how to crochet the ripple stitch.

 

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You also have your left handed versions Part 1 and Part 2. We wouldn't forget about you lefties!


Crochet Ripple Afghans: Round Ripple

Beginner's Round Ripple

The round ripple is a type of crochet ripple stitch that you can use to make your crochet ripple afghans. Ripple afghan patterns can come in a few different designs, one of which is the round ripple. Free crochet ripple afghans like this are worked in the round and give a continuous finished look to it.

  1. Crazy Ripple Blanket
  2. Beginner's Round Ripple
  3. Lace Ripple Afghan
  4. Cozy Round Ripple Blanket


Crochet Ripple Afghans: Pointed Ripple

24-Point Round Ripple

Ripple afghans make great crochet afghans. The pointed ripples are one-of-a-kind because not only do they give great detail, but they make gorgeous decorating pieces. Lay a large pointed ripple afghan in the middle of the living room floor for all to see. Use bright colors to really make a statement.

  1. 24-Point Round Ripple
  2. 9-Pointed Star Round Ripple
  3. Addicted to Chevron Afghan
  4. Anna Ripple Afghan
  5. Colorful Chevron Afghan
     

If you love all the crochet ripple patterns in this collection you should check out the 50 Ripple Stitches book.
 

And of course, our friends at AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns have plenty of crochet ripple afghans to share with you!

 

 

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