Lovely Ocean Waves Crochet Throws

Lovely Ocean Waves Crochet Throws
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Crochet throws are not only adorable, but also very practical. No matter the season, they always come in handy on walks in the stroller, or in the crib, when it’s a little chilly in the evenings and you want to make sure, that your kiddo is warm and cosy before they go to sleep.

Baby blankets are amazing for taking your mind off thing, because they are really easy to make, and the crocheting is very repetitive. You can make a smaller or a bigger blankie depending on your needs, but despite your choice, the result will be simply stunning! Search for links to free patterns under the pictures below.

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Ocean Waves Blanket

Wavy blankets are perfect projects for summer, however you should definitely make them on fall and winter as well, to remember how amazing summer time is. It’s a classic ripple blankie, that is quick to make and the pattern is super easy to follow. The finished size is 31”x33”.

  • DESIGNED by Lauren Brown
  • PROJECT TYPE crochet throws
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Ocean Waves Blanket PHOTOS by Lauren Brown / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on daisycottagedesigns.net, or read more on Ravelry.

Ripple Lovey

This sweet ripple blankie is going to be a lovely addition to your baby’s stroller. It will keep your baby warm and cosy during fall walks (however it will also do great on winter and spring!) The finished size is 14” x 15”. Feel free to play with the colors!

  • DESIGNED by Krista Cagle
  • PROJECT TYPE crochet throws
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Ripple Lovey

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PHOTOS by Krista Cagle / Ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on easycrochet.com, or read more on Ravelry.


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Pretty Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This stunning wavy blanket is a perfect baby blanket – it’s easy to make and very eye pleasing. You can make it in any color combination you want, it will look amazing no matter what!

  • DESIGNED BY Lauren Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by kilyan
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket  
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Pretty Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern_1

Go to the pattern:

Pretty Ripple Baby Blanket see more of this version here and here

This colorful blankie is the embodiment of spring. It’s adorable, made with delicate yarn and very lightweight. Make a bunch of them and gift them to your friends that have babies, they will be very happy!


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  • DESIGNED BY Lauren Brown
  • THIS VERSION is by tperkinson
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket  
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Pretty Ripple Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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Go to the pattern:

Pretty Ripple Baby Blanket see more of this version here and here

Ocean Waves Crochet Throw Free Crochet Pattern

This amazing crochet blanket is easy to do with the written free pattern. Spectacular harmony colours changing like as waves, will be great gift idea, or perfect room decoration. Enjoy!

  • DESIGNED by Jonna Ventura
  • THIS VERSION by Michele Colaner (kindredcottage)
  • SKILL LEVEL easy

Ocean Waves Throw free pattern

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These versions were made by Michele Colaner (kindredcottage), see more pictures here.

Original pattern is available for free: Ocean Waves Throw

Ocean Waves Blanket Crochet Pattern

  • DESIGNED by Jonna Ventura
  • THIS VERSION by cbucholz
  • SKILL LEVEL easy

OCEAN WAVES CROCHET THROW

Ocean Waves Blanket, this version by cbucholz can be found here.

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17 thoughts on “Lovely Ocean Waves Crochet Throws

  1. Ummm, that blue waves blanket at the top of this pattern is one that I crocheted. I don’t recall giving permission to use my photo of it here on this website either. Please remove it if you’re not going to give proper credit to who created it.
    Michele – kindredcottage on Ravelry.

  2. Why is Michele Colaner’s Ocean Waves crochet throw which is the first two photos in this post being used without giving her the recognition? You pulled this off her ravelry page without consent.

    You gave recognition to frayed knot.

  3. the pattern does not tell the same colors of yarn as the top picture above.
    is there anyway to find out what colors were used as i would like the same colors.

  4. There is so much confusion with this post. First of all, the first link under Michele’s photo takes you to the list of colors that she used. The second link takes you to a page where a link to a pattern is that has the same name, but isn’t the same pattern. The link under the rainbow version takes you to a page where there is a link to the correct pattern, but it’s $4.99. I found this page through Pinterest with a title of, “Ocean Waves Crochet Throw [FREE].” So, to go through figuring all of this out only to find out it’s not, in fact, free kind of pisses me off.

    1. Dear Shauna, we’re sorry, that you feel this way. If this pattern is signed as “free” it certainly was free, but sometimes authors decide to monetize their patterns. It is very possible, that it will be free again. In situations like this it’s best to contact the author directly.

  5. they are so beautifull and yes i have made similar ones thanks for the look to bad the ocean waves is not free as i am on a fixed income and dont have the cash to buy thanks anyway

  6. je ne peux plus tricoter, pourriez-vous résilier mon abonnement. Je suis vraiment navrée, vos modèles sont si beaux
    merci

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