Ripple Blanket Wrap Crochet Pattern: 30 Days of Cozy

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It’s Day 14 of our 30 Days of Cozy and today we have a design that I’m really excited about. It’s the Ripple Blanket Wrap crochet pattern from Brianna of Hook ‘n Stein and I just know you’re going to love it!

Let’s get to this one! This is what Brianna has to say: I designed the pattern with the crochet beginner in mind. Garments are intimidating and I wanted a way to ease people into making wearables. This piece is designed in two separate panels then assembled with one seam for endless wearing. Dressed up or down the Ripple Blanket Wrap can bring coziness to every moment. 

What a perfect pattern for our “cozy” theme!

 


 

Photo of a woman wearing glasses and the crocheted Ripple Blanket Wrap

 

 

Are you ready to make your own?

 

 

PATTERN DOWNLOADS

There are several ways you can access the pattern for this lovely Building Blocks Pillow:

  1. Follow along with the free pattern, below.
  2. Purchase the ad-free, downloadable PDF pattern for the Ripple Blanket Wrap on Ravelry.

MATERIALS

6 mm crochet hook
2 colors of worsted weight yarn:
Color A approx. 800 yards
Color B approx. 500 yards
Yarn needle
Scissors
Stitch markers

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STITCHES USED

  • Ch – Chain
  • St – Stitch
  • Blo – Back loop only
  • Hdc – Half double crochet
  • Hdc inc – Half double crochet increase: two hdc in the same st
  • Hdc dec – Half double crochet decrease: one hdc worked over two sts – *YO, insert hook into st, YO, draw up a loop,* repeat *-* in next st, Yo draw up a loop, pull through all 5 loops on hook
  • Tc – Triple crochet
  • Tc inc – two tc in the same st
  • Tc dec – one tc worked over two sts – *YO twice, insert hook into st, YO, draw up a loop, YO draw through two loops, YO draw through two loops.* Two loops remain on hook, repeat *-* in next st, YO draw through all 3 loops on hook
  • X – repeat indicated amount of times
  • Fo – Fasten off

PATTERN DETAILS

    • Skill Level: Beginner
    • US Terminology
    • Size(s): One Size Fits All
    • Measurement(s):  The final measures of one panel is 18.5” wide x 58” long
    • No matter your skill level, I always suggest that you read through the pattern from beginning to end before beginning your work just to be sure you don’t have any questions that might cause frustration in the midst of your project.
    • The final stitch pattern will resemble a ‘ripple’
    • Width of Ruana can easily be adjusted by altering the beginning ch. Beginning ch is a multiple of 12+2.
    • Turning ch does count as a st. – it may be helpful to mark end of rows with a stitch marker
    • You will always start and end with two sts in the same st
    • Some of these rows are worked in the back loop only (blo)

GAUGE SWATCH

  • Gauge: 4” x 4”  is approximately 12 sts by 5 rows.
  • The 5 rows will consist of 3 rows of hdc and 2 rows of tc

To make gauge swatch:

Ch 24

Row 1: Hdc in blo of the 3rd ch from the hook (counts as 2 hdc), *hdc in the blo of the next 3 sts, hdc dec blo x 2, hdc blo in the next 3 sts, hdc inc blo in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 hdc blo in the last st. Ch 3, turn. (22 hdc)

Row 2: TC in the same st (2 tc in the first st), *tc in the next 3 sts, tc dec x 2, tc in the next 3 sts, tc inc in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 tc in the last st. Ch 2, turn. (22 tc)

Row 3: Hdc blo in the same st (2 hdc in the first st), *hdc in the blo of the next 3 sts, hdc dec blo x 2, hdc blo in the next 3 sts, hdc inc blo in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 hdc blo in the last st. Ch 3, turn. (22 hdc)

Row 4: Repeat row 2

Row 5: Repeat row 3

Row 6: Repeat row 2

Photo of the finished crocheted Ripple Blanket Wrap

❁ RIPPLE BLANKET WRAP CROCHET PATTERN

Panels (make 2)

Ch 50

IN COLOR A:

Row 1: Hdc in blo of the 3rd ch from the hook (counts as 2 hdc), *hdc in the blo of the next 3 sts, hdc dec blo x 2, hdc blo in the next 3 sts, hdc inc blo in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 hdc blo in the last st. Ch 3, turn. (48 hdc)

Row 2: TC in the same st (2 tc in the first st), *tc in the next 3 sts, tc dec x 2, tc in the next 3 sts, tc inc in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 tc in the last st. Ch 2, turn. (48 tc)

Row 3: Hdc blo in the same st (2 hdc in the first st), *hdc in the blo of the next 3 sts, hdc dec blo x 2, hdc blo in the next 3 sts, hdc inc blo in the next 2 sts,* repeat *-* across ending with 2 hdc blo in the last st. Ch 3, turn. (48 hdc)

Row 4: Repeat row 2

Row 5: Repeat row 3

Row 6: Repeat row 2

Row 7: Repeat row 3

Row 8: Repeat row 2

Row 9: Repeat row 3

Row 10: Repeat row 2

Row 11: Repeat row 3

Row 12: Repeat row 2

Row 13: Repeat row 3

Row 14: Repeat row 2

Row 15: Repeat row 3

Row 16: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR B

Row 17: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR A

Row 18: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR B

Row 19: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR A

Row 20: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR B

Row 21: Repeat row 3

Row 22: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR A

Row 23: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR B

Row 24 – 38: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR A

Row 39: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR B

Row 40: Repeat row 2

Row 41: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR A

Row 42: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR B

Row 43: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR A

Row 44: Repeat row 2

IN COLOR B

Row 45: Repeat row 3

IN COLOR A

Row 46: Repeat row 2

Row 47: Repeat row 3

Row 48: Repeat row 2

Row 49: Repeat row 3

Row 50: Repeat row 2

Row 51: Repeat row 3

Row 52: Repeat row 2

Row 53: Repeat row 3

Row 54: Repeat row 2

Row 55: Repeat row 3

Row 56: Repeat row 2

Row 57: Repeat row 3

Row 58: Repeat row 2

Row 59: Repeat row 3

Row 60: Repeat row 2

Row 61: Repeat row 3

FO, weave in ends and make the second panel.

Assembly

Ensuring right sides are facing the same direction, line your panels up next to each other, lining your stripes up.

How you choose to assemble your Ruana is up to you, the one shown is whip stitched. Starting at the bottom of the panels seam your panels together about halfway (as shown with an arrow in the picture). Fasten off, sew in loose ends and enjoy!

Photo of the crocheted Ripple Blanket Wrap stretched in a flat surface

ONCE YOUR PROJECT IS FINISHED

I know you’re going to love making the Ripple Blanket Wrap and I so look forward to seeing your finished product.

  • Be sure to share photos on social media using the hashtag #30DaysofCozy so we can all see your project and give you all-the-hearts. 💖💖💖

I can’t wait to see your creations!

Until then, stay cozy and keep on yarning. ♥

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Photo of guest designer Briana Holdstein behind the Hook n SteinBriana Holdstein

Briana Holdstein is the designer and creator behind Hook n Stein, a crochet based business that provides quality crocheted items and simple patterns that are fit for a beginner. Briana’s goal is to continue to design on-trend patterns for the beginner crocheter. Behind the scenes, Briana is also a wife and mom of two young children and works as a Licensed Practical Nurse on the weekends.www.jdiystudio.com.

INSTAGRAM: @hooknstein           RAVELRY: Hook n Stein Designs

 

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