Crochet Ripple Stitch!!!!!

As you all know I put up poll for my next post

(P.S. if the winning post was not what you hoped for I’m going to be posting those too)

And the winner was: Crochet Ripple Stitch!

And now time for the pattern!

Supplies

Yarn (Any Kind)

A Crochet Hook (the size you need for your yarn)

Time (Just kidding)

A pattern using this stitch (Optional)

Abbreviations

DC (double crochet)

SC (single crochet)

CH (chain)

SC2DC (Pattern Stitch single double double)

The Stitch

Chain in a multiple of three

Then add one

Now in the third chain from the hook

DC two

In the next chain Single crochet once then double crochet two in the same stitch (SC2DC) this the pattern stitch

*Skip two chains

*Then SC2DC

Repeat the *starred* steps till there are only three stitches left SC 1 in the very last stitch

After working two chain stitches and turning your work, do two double crochet stitches into the last single crochet of the previous row. This stitch will be right next to the turning chain, this is how you will begin each row.

Skip over the two double crochet stitches and work the pattern stitch — one single crochet and two double crochet stitches — into the next single crochet . This is how you will work the entire body of your piece, except for the beginning and end of each row

At the end of the row, work a single crochet into the top of the turning chain from the previous row as shown above. This is how you will end every row.

It’s called a ripple stitch because the SC2DC makes bumps

P.S. if you thought this was chevron stitch it’s not sorry

Thanks for reading my blog!

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