Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

This chunky crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there’s no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too! The pattern explains how to make larger sizes and it works up super quickly in Bernat Blanket Yarn. This chunky crochet blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there’s no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too! This chunky crochet afghan pattern is a perfect crochet baby gift idea, but the pattern also includes instructions for lap throw, crib blanket, bedspread and other sizes.

If we’re Instagram friends, you might know that my sister, Mich, has gotten really into upping her crochet game recently and we’ve been collaborating on designing simple projects that build her skills, but don’t burn her out. Before busting out this beauty, she hadn’t crocheted much beyond basic beanies and scarves. THAT, my friends, is how simple this chunky crochet blanket pattern is to learn! This chunky crochet blanket pattern is great for beginners and works up very quickly in Bernat Blanket yarn.

Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. To adjust the size, see note below. So you can spend more time crocheting and less time shopping, this pattern contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Gauge is not critical for this pattern. Repeat Row 2 49 more times for a total of 50 rows.

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

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Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

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I’m in the UK, and am a bit confused when you say dc st. Here a double crochet stitch is equivalent to the single crochet stitch. UK treble crochet stitch, which requires skipping 3 stitches. I too have gotten confused attempting UK patterns before! So you are beginning in the third chain from the hook. In US terms, the double crochet stitch is usually equivalent to 2 chains. I hope that clarifies some things?

So when you do an US dc, do you yo twice or once? Yo, insert your hook through the stitch and pull up a loop. You should have 3 loops on your hook. Yo and pull through 2 loops, leaving 2 loops on the hook, yo and pull through the last 2 loops.

When you do a US triple you yo twice before inserting your hook through the stitch and pull up a loop. Then you yo once, pull through 2 loops, yo once and pull through 2 loops, yo nice and pull through the last 2 loops. In the US your treble is our double. So in this pattern, I need to use a UK treble, it seems. Just a note for Jess, maybe it would help to have a quick conversion guide for your patterns because conversion from US to UK isn’t always simple due to the US having more than one terminology. I don’t know which US terminology you’re using. I hope you’ll consider doing this to help us Brits out.

If you look at what Ginny and Sandy wrote, even they don’t use the same US terminology either, further illustrating my point. Finally, a lovely pattern for which I can use the Bernat Blanket yarn I bought on impulse! One question: what is your tension like when you crochet? I think their tension is really tight. I normally crochet so tightly that I have to go up a hook size, but I stuck with the N and my gauge was way off for this pattern! 92 chains for me ended up being 45 inches long rather than 35, but I just went with it!

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But, haven’t crochet in a long time. Then DC is there 5 DC before I I chain 2 skip 2? I’ve tried Row 1 several times now and cannot get it to work. At the end, I always have 7 left over instead of 6.

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

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I counted three times, I did do 92 I initially. I’m relatively new at crocheting and have started to work on this pattern, but I get stuck in the second row at this part: into 2ch sp. Can you explain what exactly that part means? It’s kind of a lot to squeeze in the space, but that’s what creates the peaks and valleys of the ripple pattern. I’m new to crocheting and I’m trying to make this for my new daughter. Is there any way you can make a short video to demonstrate?

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

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If you can, it would help soooo much! Welcome to the wonderful world of crochet! I’ll happily add that request to the list. In the meantime, this is a video tutorial of another pattern that is very similar that could get you started with the basic techniques you’ll need for this pattern. I looked it up and now I know it’s the turning chain. In the top of the tch’. The 2 dc in the top of the tch simply means to work two double crochets into the space created by the turning chain.

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

So you treat it like a normal stitch that you’re just putting two dc into. I’m loving that you’re trying to answer all these troubleshooting questions! It’s been a long time since I crocheted so I’m a little out of practice, and I’ve never made this large of a project before. When starting the 3rd row, should you start from the beginning of the Row 2 step, or just start with the asterisk? I completely repeated the Row 2 step, but I seem to have a wonky little tail sticking out at my turn and wasn’t sure if it would pull back in as I continued on.

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I’m really excited to see how this will turn out. Welcome back to the wonderful world of crocheting! I’m sorry it’s taken me a while to respond. I hope maybe you got it figured out? You would want to start Row 3 with only the Row 3 instructions.

Crochet Ripple Afghan Troubleshooting Guide

So when Row 2 ends, you should be at the end of the row, then turn your crocheting around so that your hook is still in the same hand as the last round and begin fresh with Row 3. While the pattern might differ a bit, you’ll be able to see the general idea of what I mean and then apply what you learn to this pattern. Hey I’m getting stuck on row 2. I got through the first dc ch 2 dc in the ch 2 space but then I’m stuck. It says go back to the asterisk but those stitches are not lining me up to get to the next ch space.

I share FREE weekly crochet and knit patterns for creative homes and families. Creating with my suggested methods, products used and tools is under your own risk. This chunky crochet blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there’s no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too! The pattern explains how to make larger sizes and it works up super quickly in Bernat Blanket Yarn. This chunky crochet blanket pattern makes a perfect timeless baby gift, but once you feel how soft it is, there’s no way you won’t want to make one for yourself too! This chunky crochet afghan pattern is a perfect crochet baby gift idea, but the pattern also includes instructions for lap throw, crib blanket, bedspread and other sizes.

If we’re Instagram friends, you might know that my sister, Mich, has gotten really into upping her crochet game recently and we’ve been collaborating on designing simple projects that build her skills, but don’t burn her out. Before busting out this beauty, she hadn’t crocheted much beyond basic beanies and scarves. THAT, my friends, is how simple this chunky crochet blanket pattern is to learn! This chunky crochet blanket pattern is great for beginners and works up very quickly in Bernat Blanket yarn. Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue.