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Ripple Wrap Cardigan

Updated December 18, 2017
Ripple Wrap Cardigan

This crochet Ripple Wrap Cardigan can be worn many different ways. Let it hang open or tie it up for a cropped look.


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

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We achieve such a loose and open stitch by using a very large hook size with a comparatively light weight yarn. It seems rather easy to construct, too. What made me laugh to myself was that the pattern designer writes her patterns the way I do! So I have no problem understanding her. I would love to do this in a black with a subtle shimmer!

Love the uniqueness of this wrap around cardigan. I have never seen anything like it and I have never thought about wearing a wrap in this manner. Thank you also for including the link to the designers blog. It is quite an interesting blog. I am bookmarking it for future reference.

I really like the versatility of this wrap / cardigan. The color not so much (I have decided on blue) but the pattern is beautiful and I like it so much that I am not even daunted by the Intermediate rating, lol! Fall is on the way here in South Africa so I am going to be such a lot of use from it in both ways, wrap and cardigan.

There is no size or amount of yarn needed mentioned in this pattern. Also, is this pattern for the short "shrug" look or the actual long cardigan? Thank you


I would love to crochet the Ripple Wrap Cardigan but there isn't any sizes for the sweater or an amount of yarn required.

I would love to crochet the Ripple wrap cardigan, however there is no size indicated nor yarn amount. Could you please provide the requested info? Thanks

We apologize if you were directed to this page while searching for the Soft Clusters Ripple Afghan. You can find the Soft Clusters Ripple Afghan here: Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I typed in Soft Clusters Autumnn Ripple Afghan in the search and found a pattern that uses an ivory yarn. I like the pattern and I am going to use it but instead of the plain color I will use 4 or 5 different yarns in shades of brown, orange, red and multicolored yarn in those colors.

When I click on the link for the Soft Clusters Autumn Ripple Afghan I get this cardigan pattern???

what size is this for???

How much yarn does this pattern use? Is it just 1 skein? Can I please get a yardage or ounces? Thanks!


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