Crochet Ripple Stitch Blankets

Crochet ripple is one of the most classic techniques, and it’s so beautiful! Use it to make a beautiful handmade blanket.

You can make crochet ripple blankets in as many colors as you like. The best part is, that you can make every pattern unique and suiting your needs and home decor by changing the color palette. Ombre yarn is an amazing solution for stunning color flow. Possibilities are endless – let your imagination guide you! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Classic Ripple Blankets – Free Crochet Patterns

Simple Neutral Ripple Blanket

When in doubt, go for neutrals – that’s my motto, and it seems to work very well for me. This lovely ripple blanket you can see below uses white, blue and grey to create fun stripes. Ripple stitch blankets are very versatile, so don’t hesitate to play with colors – each row can bring a new surprise!

  • DESIGNED by Amy Ramnarine
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

neutral baby blanket

photos by Amy Ramnarine /  thestitchinmommy.com

This free pattern is available for free on Amy’s blog thestitchinmommy.com. To see more, visit its Ravelry page here.

Clara Ripple Blanket

Modern color combinations are my favorites, because they bring fun new energy into the room. This blanket is no exception – just look how great mint and navy go together! Using white to divide the colors is a clever way to add lightness to the design.


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

vibrant baby blanket

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photos by Krista Cagle /  easycrochet.com

This free pattern is available for free on Krista’s blog easycrochet.com. To see more, visit its Ravelry page here.

Neopolitan Ripple

This stunning ripple has got lovely wavy stripes, that makes it really intriguing and interesting. Even beginner will be able to make this pattern, so don’t be intimidated if you are just starting out with crochet, give this a try!

  • DESIGNED by Michelle T.
  • THESE VERSIONS BY Michelle T. aka greetingarts, and ElaineT77
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Neopolitan Ripple FreeCrochet Pattern_3


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Original pattern for this blanket by Michelle T. is available for free on her blog greetingarts.typepad.com. To see more, visit its Ravelry page here, or see more photos of the blue version by ElaineT77 here on Ravelry.

Little Ripple Throw

Pink blankets are just adorable, you just want to wrap yourself in them tightly and put on your favorite tv show, while sipping a hot cup of tea. This project is great for beginners, so let’s start crocheting!

  • DESIGNED by Michelle T.
  • THIS VERSION is by mkenabch
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL easy beginner

pink ripple blanket

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photo by mkenabch / ravelry.com

Original pattern for this blanket by Michelle T. is available for free on her blog greetingarts.typepad.com. To see more, visit its Ravelry page here, or see more photos of this particular version by mkenabch here on Ravelry.


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Crochet Blanket “Christmas Present”

Intended to begin crocheters who would like to make some special and spectacular. Easy but really cool twist to the ordinary chevron written pattern shows how to do the same two rows and repeated after the start. The finished size is  56 ” x 60 ”.

  • DESIGNED by Yarnspirations Design Studio
  • PROJECT TYPE blanket
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL easy beginner

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Original pattern for this blanket is available for free on yarnspirations.com, and more info can be found on Ravelry here. More photos and info on this particular version by Antina5 is here.

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