Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Round Granny Ripple Pattern

So I have been doing a few granny ripple doilies, and now I am sharing my pattern. Being that today is Independence day, I made my doily in red, white, and blue. Of course you can make it into a blanket. So here is the pattern, so as always, feel free to leave feedback on the pattern.
Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn
Size G hook
Row 1: ch 2, 6sc in second chain from hook

Row 2: 2 sc in each of the 6 sc from the previous row.

Row 3: slip into next sc, ch 3, 2 dc in the same stitch, *ch2, skip next sc, 3 dc in the next sc* repeat 4 more times, end with ch2 and slip stitch into top of ch 3

Row 4: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, [ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the remaining 5 ch2 spaces. Join with top of ch 3

Row 5: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, *ch 2, sc BETWEEN the next 3rd and 4th dc (or between the next 3 dc groups), ch 2, [ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space* repeat 4 more times ending with ch 2, sc BETWEEN the next 3rd and 4th dc (or between the next 3 dc groups), ch 2, join on top of beginning ch 3.


Row 6: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, *ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 space, dc in the next sc, and dc in the ch 2 sp, ch 2, [ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space* repeat 4 more times ending with ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 space, dc in the next sc, and dc in the ch 2 sp, ch 2, join on top of beginning ch 3


Row 7: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, * ch 2, 3 dc in the next two ch 2 spaces, ch 2,[ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space (corner)* repeat 4 more times, ending with ch 2, 3 dc in the next 2 ch 2 spaces, ch 2, join on top of beginning ch 3

Row 8: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, *ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, sc BETWEEN the next 3rd and 4th dc (or between the next 3 dc groups), ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2 [ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space * repeat 4 more times ending with ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, sc BETWEEN the next 3rd and 4th dc (or between the next 3 dc groups), ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2 join on top of beginning ch 3.

Row 9: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, * ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 space, dc in the next sc, and dc in the ch 2 sp, ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, [ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space* repeat 4 more times ending with ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, dc in the next ch 2 space, dc in the next sc, and dc in the ch 2 sp, ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, join on top of beginning ch 3.

 Row 10: slip stitch into first ch 2 space, [ch3, 2dc, ch 2,3 dc] in this space, * ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, 3 dc in the next two ch 2 spaces, ch 2,3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2,[ 3dc, ch2, 3dc] in the next ch 2 space * repeat 4 more times, ending with ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, 3 dc in the next two ch 2 spaces, ch 2, 3 dc in the next ch 2 space, ch 2, join on top of beginning ch 3

Repeat row 8 -10 for desired length and repeat the instructions in red one addition time for each time you repeat these rows. You can do a plain edge of sc or do a scalloped edge.

 For the scalloped edge, end with row 8.
slip stitch into first ch 2 space, ch3, 6 dc in the same space. {*sc in the second dc of the 3dc group. 5 dc in next ch 2 space* repeat until you reach the 3 dc before the ch2 space, sc, and ch2 space grouping.


sc in the second dc of the 3dc group, in the next ch2 space, sc, ch 2 space, and second dc in next dc group.

(5sc) *5dc in the next sc 2 space, sc in the second dc of the 3dc group* repeat until you reach the corner ch 2 space, 7 dc in that space* } Repeat between the brackets {} ending with sc in the second dc of the 3dc group. 5 dc in next ch 2 space* repeat until you reach the 3 dc before the ch2 space, sc, ch2 space grouping. sc in the second dc of the 3dc group, in the next ch2 space, sc, ch 2 space, and second dc in next dc group. *5dc in the next sc 2 space, sc in the second dc of the 3dc group* repeat until you reach the beginning ch 3, join with beginning ch 3, fasten off.
Round Granny Ripple

27 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and so kind of you to share the pattern. This is a to do for me. Thank you very much.

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  2. I am loving this doily - gorgeous

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  3. Beautiful pattern, and done like you have in stripes, the geometric lines are really emphasized. Thanks for sharing the pattern, I think I'll do it in icy colours as a snowflake!

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  4. This is beautiful!
    You are so kind to share.
    Thank you for joining Creative Friday
    Warm regards
    Linda

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  5. Beautiful pattern and very versatile.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  6. I love the patriotic doily.
    Now, if I would ever attempt crochet again, I would totally try this one...and with these colors. I do love red, white and blue.

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  7. That's a nice pattern. I'm guessing if you wanted you could just keep going around until you had a baby-size blanket? Something to think about.

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  8. This is a beautiful pattern. I can imagine so many possibilities with different colors. I'm definitely pinning this one. I'd love it if you shared this at my link party. http://acraftycook.blogspot.com/2012/07/1-month-of-fun-july-link-party.html

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  9. That is pretty cool. I have done a regular ripple and granny squares obviously, but this is different. Bookmarking it for later. ;)

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  11. Very cute!

    Share please!
    http://crochetatbegonvilliev.blogspot.com/2012/06/add-your-link.html

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  12. Oh, you are so talented! I never learned how to do that. Thanks for joining the Planet Weidknecht weekend hop!

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  13. Wow that's amazing! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern and linking up to The Fun In Functional!

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  14. Love this Granny... Thanks for sharing. I am following you and would love it if you could follow me as well. Thanks and happy crocheting!!!

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  17. Wonderful, I shall attempt this in soft colours for a baby blanket. Thanks for sharing

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  18. I really like this and can see it crocheted in threads to become an applique. Conversely I have already imagined joining the motifs together forming a throw.

    Thank you very much for sharing this exciting crocheted item with tons of possibilities.

    BTW I have registered to follow your blog. Would you please visit my blog and choose to follow it? Of course any comments are always appreciated. http://raggz2baggz.com

    Cathy Milne the Bagg Lady

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  19. Can I make several different stars and stitch them together and still have it be a star shape?

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    1. I really don't know, I haven't tried it.

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  20. This would make a pretty couch pillow by making two and joining them together. Might try that!

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  21. I am following your Round Granny Ripple Pattern (which I love love love!) But i can not see where I am to change colors!! I have stopped on the end of the 4th row just incase it's somewhere in this area. I also am using a H hook, will that make it smaller or larger? What is the finished size of the Round Granny Ripple Pattern?
    Thank you so much for your help. I don't consider myself a newbie but i do get confused easily! LOL.
    Debbie

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    1. You can change colors at the end of any row. The finished size can be big or small as you like by repeating rows 8-10.

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    2. Oh ok well i like the patten you have and actually zoomed into 600% to see if i could count the rows. :) and did! Haven't finished mine because i couldn't find my white! so this weekend it will be finished. Thank you so much for your help!

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  22. I would love to see a video on how to do this pattern. I'm new to crocheting and get stuck on a few parts of the pattern

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