A crochet Simple Ripple Scarf. The name says it all! An easy-peasy rippled scarf in double crochet.
This is the most relaxing scarf pattern ever, which you will be able to crochet almost without thinking.
You know those snuggly evenings on the couch, with some yarn, and chocolate, crocheting like crazy while your brain is in sleep mode? Isn’t it the most beautiful sensation in the world?
And then, when you switch your brain back on, you might find yourself with a beautiful and soft scarf in your hands. Not bad, is it?
Plus, this scarf could make a very beautiful Christmas present for a family member or a friend!
Do Crochet Ripple Stitches Scare You?
Crocheting ripples implies increases and decreases.
Now, while increases usually don’t scare anyone (you just make two stitches in the same place, right?), decreases can be the scariest thing in the world, especially when you are just starting out.
But don’t be intimidated!
I took step-by-step photos to guide you through each step and help you finally master double crochet decreases!
So, I pick up two cakes of Concept Setakid Moda by Katia or an equivalent yarn of your choice, and let’s start crocheting this simple ripple scarf!
For this pattern, the yarn choice is key. As with every simple stitch pattern, the yarn texture, its colors, and details will add extra beauty to your finished project.
Thus, I suggest you choose some nice variegated/cake yarn that also feels fluffy and soft.
Pin the pattern of the Simple Ripple Scarf to your favorite crochet board and always find it for later crocheting. Use this Pin here!
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– 8.0-mm (L/11 USA, 0 UK) Hook
– Two cakes of Concept Setakid Moda by Katia (Aran – 8 wpi). I used colorway 306.
– Tapestry Needle
– 500 – 502 yds (457 – 459 m)
Crochet Abbreviations (US Terms)
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Dc2Tog – Double Crochet Two Together
Inc – Increase
Sc – Single Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – Stitch
Yo – Yarn over
- (…) – Repeat the instructions within brackets for the indicated number of times.
- […] – Crochet the instructions within brackets all in the same st.
- If the pattern says “sc 5”, it means that you have to make one single crochet in each of the next 5 stitches.
- At the end of each row, you turn your work to crochet the next series of sts.
- The starting ch 2 does NOT count as your first stitch and it is not included in your st count
- Throughout the pattern, the stitch count is 37 sts.
One increase consists of 2 dc made into the same indicated st.
Double Crochet Two Together (Dc2Tog)
- Step A Yo, insert your hook into the indicated stitch
- Step B Yo and pull up a loop (3 loops on your hook). Yo, draw yarn through 2 loops (2 loops on your hook).
- Step C Yo, insert your hook into the next st, yo and pull up a loop (4 loops on your hook).
- Step D Yo, draw yarn through two loops (3 loops on your hook). Yo, pull through all 3 loops.
Double Crochet Two Together with a Sk 1 (Dc2Tog with a sk 1)
- Step A’ Yo, insert your hook into the indicated stitch, yo and pull up a loop (3 loops on your hook). Yo, draw yarn through 2 loops (2 loops on your hook).
- Step B’ Sk the next st. Yo, insert your hook into the next st.
- Step C’ Yo and pull up a loop (4 loops on your hook). Yo, draw yarn through two loops (3 loops on your hook).
- Step D’ Yo, pull through all 3 loops.
The Crochet Simple Ripple Scarf measures 12.25” (31 cm) by 76.8” (195 cm).
9 sts for 5 rows in 4” (10 cm).
Crochet Simple Ripple Scarf Pattern
Ch 38 (multiple of 6 plus 2).
Row 1. Sc in the back bump of the second ch from your hook and in each remaining st. (37 sts)
Row 2. Ch 2 (does not count as a st), dc2tog twice, (dc 1, dc inc 1, [dc 1, ch 1, dc 1] all in the next st, dc inc 1, dc 1, dc2tog, dc2tog with a sk-1, dc2tog) twice. Dc 1, dc inc 1, [dc 1, ch 1, dc 1] all in the next st, dc inc 1, dc 1, dc2tog twice. (37 sts)
Row 3. Ch 2 (does not count as a st), dc2tog twice, (dc 1, dc inc 1, [dc 1, ch 1, dc 1] in the ch-1 space from the previous row, dc inc 1, dc 1, dc2tog, dc2tog with a sk-1, dc2tog) twice. Dc 1, dc inc 1, [dc 1, ch 1, dc 1] in the next ch-1 space, dc inc 1, dc 1, dc2tog twice. (37 sts)
Row 4-77. Repeat row 3.
Row 78. Sc in each st including the ch-1 spaces from the previous row. (37 sts)
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Your crochet Simple Ripple Scarf is ready!
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Hygge Blog Hop
The patterns of the Simple Ripple Scarf was featured in the Hygge Blog Hop, hosted by Janne from Joy of Motion Crochet.
The blog hop was full of interesting patterns, so make sure to head over to the main roundup post on Janne’s blog and take a look around!