Granny Ripple Stitch
If you love the speed of Granny Squares, why not try a Granny Ripple Stitch. Granny Ripple Stitches work in rows going across instead of going in circles.
Once you get the pattern on how it grows at the top peaks and reduces at the bottom valleys, it’s a cinch!
Give it a try. I have provided resources below to help you.
I have a free pattern for you that can follow along, it’s called Granny Goes Ripple.
Comments on “Granny Ripple Crochet Stitch Pattern”
i loved the video – it inspired me to pick up my crochet hook after many years! I do better with videos – at this point, I can’t read a pattern to save my life!!
So happy to see this. I’m glad I found this site!!!!
you can also add a variation to this granny ripple which gives it so much more dimension, you can add granny squares between rows by setting them diagonally into the chevrons and build upwards or you can just add the granny squares at both ends and then do the single crochet edging!
I have just come across this site, its fantastic….. i just have to learn how to down load the patterns….. thank u for shareing….
Loved this pattern. I’m definitely gonna try it!
I also find following a diagram difficult. I would much rather have written directions
would love a written pattern, that’s easier for me to follow really love this pattern,,
Great video – for those looking for the pattern, there’s a link at the top of the page — Granny Goes Ripple. If you click on that link it will take you to the pattern 🙂
Why no written pattern??
I have added a link to a written pattern there.
Where is the link to the written pattern?
Thanks Mikey.I am your number 1 fan.Best regards from Istanbul/Turkey
I like this pattern a lot but don’t like following a video. Is ere a written pattern? Thanks.
I love this pattern, I’am gonna start it now.Thanks Mike
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