Pastel Ripple Baby Blanket

Pastel Ripple Baby Blanket


Using a beautiful pattern like this one you can make a gorgeous blanket for any baby you know. This makes for a great baby shower gift. This is a good pattern for beginners.

41 Easy Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns




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  • Caron International's Simply Soft (100% acrylic; 6 oz/170 g, 315 yds/288 m): 4 oz each in 4 colors Shown in: #9717 Orchid (A); #9712 Soft Blue; #9801 Baby Brites (C); 9719 Soft Pink (D)
  • One size US I-9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle



  • Gauge is not critical for this project.



  • In Ripple pattern, work 2 rows A, * 2 rows B, 2 rows C, 2 rows D, 2 rows A; repeat from * for length of Afghan.



  • Changing Colors: Work across to last st, insert hook in last st and pull up a loop – 2 loops on hook), drop color used for this row, with next color in Stripe Sequence, yarn over, draw through both loops on hook to complete sc.



  • Chain (ch): Begin by making a slip knot on your hook. * Wrap the yarn around the hook (yarn over) and pull up a loop, [draw the yarn through the loop on the hook to form the first chain]. Repeat from * for number of chains required. Note: The loop on the hook is not included when counting the number of chains.
  • Single Crochet (sc): Insert hook in stitch indicated, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and draw through both loops on hook.
  • Ripple Pattern (multiple of 13 sts + 4)
    • Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, sc in next ch, skip 1 ch (edge sts), * sc in next 5 ch, work 3 sc in next ch, sc in next 5 ch, + skip 2 ch; repeat from * across, end last repeat at + skip 1 ch, sc in last 2 ch, turn.
    • Row 2: Ch 1,working through the back loop only of each st, sc in first 2 sts, skip 1 st, * sc in next 5 sts, work 3 sc in next st, sc in next 5 sts, skip 2 sts; repeat from * 9 times, end sc in next 5 sts, work 3 sc in next st, sc in next 5 sts, skip 1 st, sc in last 2 sts.
    • Repeat Row 2, following Stripe Sequence, for Ripple patt.



  • Using A, loosely chain 148.
  • Begin Ripple patt; work Row 1—147 sts.
  • Work even in Stripe Sequence, repeating Row 2 of Ripple patt, until color C has been completely used, ending with 2 rows A—piece measures approximately 36".
  • Fasten off.


  • Using yarn needle, weave in ends.
  • Blocking
  • Pin piece to measurements; spray with warm water and let dry.
  • Hint: Use a small amount of Fabric Softener or Hair Conditioner in the water – it will make the Afghan softer.

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Hi, I want to Use D.C. Rather than sc for my chevron afghan. Is this possible following this pattern. Have been searching for days to locate a pattern using D.C. And also increasing the stitches between designs. Thanks much. Have looked at lots of patterns........

Hi there! I was able to find a few patterns on our sister site, I hope one of these works! -Dana from FaveCrafts

Ohhh love it and just in time baby on the way... sadly I'm not so great with crocheting do you happen to have this pattern in KNITTING??? Would also need to know the needle size to use..Thanks

Trying to order yarn online. Not clear if I need one 6 oz skein of each color, or more. Please advise so I can start on my granddaugher's blanke.

When making a project that gets long, I fold and put it in a plastic news paper bag. This keeps things off your lap and keeps it clean. Great for traveling also.

just finished this pattern, very pretty and so easy.

I am a beginner at crochet and I found this pattern very easy. I did change it up a bit though, I only used three colors and did three rows of each. Very simple, very pretty. Loved it!

I am new to the 'ripple' pattern. Chaining 148 stitches is a long way to go before you realize that you've made a mistake and then have to take it all out, sooooo, here's what I did. I divided 148 into 4 and came up with only 37 stitches. This way I was able to 'practice' on the ripple stitch and not take forever to do it and then just find that I was doing it all wrong.

As an inexperienced needle crafter, I am uncomfortable with no expected size. Even an appoximate size would help a lot. Gage may or may not be critical, but matching color lots Can Be, especially if you need to get additional yarn to complete a project and you want it to look decent.

I wish there was an indication as to what skill level this project would be considered. Also, I feel this patteren need not be just for babies. The colors are appropriate for an Easter or spring afgan or even for people who happen to lile pastels and these colors may also be used to compliment someone's decor.


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