Crochet Ripple: Inspired by Pink Robin

Designed Inspiration

For a very simple ripple pattern knitting project, this time I chose the Pink Robin theme. Pink Robin is a kind of small bird that is active, agile, attractive and round in shape (really cute, right). Most of these bird species can only be found on the islands of Tasmania, the King and Flinders Islands, Victoria and even southeastern New South Wales. Pink Robin’s favourite habitat is the temperate forest, which is low-lying and subtropical. Their main breeding area must be in moist conditions. Moss thrives in damp places and Pink Robin needs it to make a nest shaped like a cup. They weave moss using cobwebs. They are indeed among the most intelligent bird species.

How to Make a Crochet Ripple?

If you are just getting used to the world of crochet, this pattern is really simple, suitable for making shawls, tablecloths, sofas, baby blankets, or bags. Use a yarn that matches the project you want. For this Pink Robin project of my design, the size is approximately 23 inches wide, 43 inches long. I used Milk Cotton Series 8 Ply crochet yarn, crochet hook size 5.00 mm.

There are several ways to crochet ripple crochet. The version I used was a very simple one, producing a subtle look as well as slightly visible pattern. However, the outcome of a project depends on the type of yarn, the size of the crochet hook as well as the individual fingers. Let’s start with how to crochet it.

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Abbreviations

  • ch chain
  • sc single crochet
  • hdc half double crochet
  • dc double crochet
  • dc2tog double crochet two together
  • tr triple crochet
  • st stitch
  • RS right side

Materials

Milk Cotton Yarn

Crochet Hook 4.00 mm

Yarn color

White, Light green, Green apple, Dark maroon, Dark pink, Dark grey

Color arrangement

Two rows white color.

3 rows green apple, 1 row light green, 2 rows green apple & 2 rows light green (rep 3 times)

3 rows green apple, 1 row light green, 1 row dark maroon, 1 row green apple, 1 row light green, 2 rows dark maroon, 3 rows light green, 1 row dark maroon, 2 rows light green, 1 row dark maroon.

10 rows dark pink, 10 rows dark grey, 3 rows white color.

Dark Maroon for the borders.

Steps to Make

Foundation ch: 87 ch or multiples of 14 + 3 ch.

Row 1

dc into the 4th ch from the hook (the first 3 ch count as dc). * dc in the next 4 sts, dc2tog twice, dc in the next 4 sts, 2 dc in the st, rep from * to the until the last st, 2 dc into that last st.

Row 2

ch 3, dc into the same st of ch 3, * dc in each 4 sts, dc2tog twice, dc in each 4 sts, 2 dc in the next sts twice, rep from *to the last st, 2 dc into that last st.

Row 3 onwards

Rep Row 2 until you reached the desired length.

Border

sc in each st (RS), on the each corner, add 2 sc, ch 1, 2sc into the same st.

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Happy Crocheting!

Wisz Limbi

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

Albert Einstein

Wisz Limbi

Wisz Limbi

I am a lifestyle blogger, who loves craftwork, cats, books and travel. I hope my blog would inspire readers, give them a creative idea and find happiness in living well. Let's be creative and inspired!

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