Crochet Pattern – Rainbow Ripples Baby Blanket

Crochet Pattern – Rainbow Ripples Baby Blanket

This amazingly vibrant blanket is sure to be a pleasure to crochet as well as a timeless heirloom to wrap up that special baby. Take the extra step and create this blanket with hypo allergenic cotton yarn for an all natural and good for the planet project! This blanket used Peaches and creme yarn and Sugar and creme yarn. Colors as follows:

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Red

ocean coral

orange

gold

rosemary

sage green: SIMILAR YARN AS USED

bright blue

blueberry SIMILAR YARN AS USED

black currant:SIMILAR YARN AS USED

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Now without further babble read on for the pattern:

Rainbow Ripples Baby Blanket

Crochet Pattern by Jonna Martinez

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Materials:

  • I/9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Peaches and Crème 100% cotton yarn 1 skein of each color. Each skein: 70.9g, 120yrds

Yarn colors:

Red

ocean coral

orange

gold

rosemary

sage green: SIMILAR YARN AS USED

bright blue

blueberry SIMILAR YARN AS USED

black currant:SIMILAR YARN AS USED

 

Abbreviations:

ch = chain

dc = double crochet

dc2tog = double crochet two stitches together

st = stitch




Special Notes:

Chain at the beginning of each row counts as the first double crochet.

At the end of each row snip yarn at least 3 inches in length and pull tail through last loop to fasten off. Start next yarn color.

If you wish to make this blanket wider the repeat is 12+3.

Blocking was not done but could be beneficial to this design.

Repeat ALL instructions between stars. **

 

Gauge Pattern:

Ch 17

Row 1. dc into 4th ch from hook and into each remaining ch. Turn. (15 dc)

Row 2-5. ch 3 (counts as 1st dc) dc into each remaining st. turn (15 dc)

15 dc and 5 rows measure 4×4 inches with yarn and hook stated for this pattern.




To Begin:

Starting with Red

Ch 99

Row 1: dc into 4th ch from hook (ch 3 counts as 1st dc), dc into next 3 ch, (dc2tog) 2 times, dc into next 3 ch, *(2 dc into next ch) 2 times, dc into next 3 ch, (dc2tog) 2 times, dc into next 3 ch* repeat to last st. 2 dc into last ch. Turn.  You should have 8 hills or ripples. 96 Tops of stitches.

Row 2: ch 3 (counts as 1st dc) dc into first st. This is an increase so it should look like two dc into the same st. Next, dc 3, (dc2tog) 2 times, dc 3, *(2 dc into same st) 2 times, dc 3, (dc2tog) 2 times, dc 3* repeat to last st. 2 dc into last st. Turn. 96 tops of st.




Repeat Row 2 until desired length.

Here is a visual of the repeats. For extra help please view my tutorial.

 

At the end of each row snip yarn at least 3 inches in length and pull tail through last loop to fasten off. Start next yarn color. The yarn colors are written in order as they were used to create this blanket.




 

When you have completed the blanket weave in the ends.

View my video on finishing crochet projects HERE

Thank you for the visit! Have fun making this gorgeous blanket.

Have a lovely crochet day,

Jonna




 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Dianne

    How big is your blanket with 99 chains? I know there are many variables but you can give an approximate width.

    1. Jonna

      Yes! It is 32 inches wide and 34 inches long.

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