This collection of Stylish Crochet Waves explores the most attractive patterns for blankets. As you can see, they feature stunning ripples and waves. One of the coolest aspects of yarn crafts is the multitude of different styles and stitches.
You can play with all of them once you get fluent in the yarn language. Having the craft in your hand is something! Today, we have chosen amazing patterns that can be a starting point for your ideas. Grab your crochet hooks and yarn, and try these patterns today.
Crochet wave pattern ideas will suit both beginners and advanced crocheters. Many patterns include a video tutorial, and the repeat rows are easy to memorize.
Learning a crochet wave stitch may come in handy in many future projects. As you may soon notice, they come in many shapes and sizes. From delicate waves to zig-zags and long wave stitch patterns. Ripple waves crochet pattern is among the most popular motifs for blankets.
Wave Blanket Free Crochet Patterns
1. Clara Ripple Blanket
Ripple blankets are so great for strollers and nurseries! No matter if you are crocheting for a girl or a boy, this color mix will certainly be on point. If you are not familiar with the famous ripple stitch yet, what better time than now to try it?
Level: upper beginner Author: Krista Cagle
2. Lazy Waves Blanket
Who said that waves must always resemble a simple zig-zag? By making basic stitches taller and shorter, you can achieve this cool wavy pattern. It’s very original in our opinion. We love this mix of dark green, yellow, and pink because it’s a stunning palette.
Level: upper beginner Author: Dedri Uys
3. Breaking Waves Afghan
This version of the marine-inspired, wavy crochet blanket is the ultimate classic! The beautiful ripple design makes us all think of the bubbling sea, right? If you want to spice this project up a bit, add some structure to your waves for a more dramatic look.
Level: upper beginner Author: Michael Sellick
4. Random Waves Crochet Blanket
What a great pattern – just take a look at the photo. Inspired by oceans, seas, rivers, and their incredible beauty, this project is one of a kind.
If you are a person who loves water, you will feel great with a handmade accessory like this one. Yarnspirations Design Studio rocks!
Level: intermediate Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Find this pattern on yarnspirations.com.
5. Alima Blanket
A pastel rainbow dream is every crocheter’s dream. This square blanket is a true pleasure to make and look at, especially if you’re a fan of crochet afghan patterns.
We have fallen in love with this wavy rainbow blanket by K.A.M.E. Crochet! We are pretty sure you will too. Especially if you are a craft-loving parent or grandparent!
Level: upper beginner Author: K.A.M.E. Crochet
6. Mandala Waves Baby Blanket
Throw blankets may use basic crochet stitches and still look amazing. It all depends on the type of yarn you choose and the stitch pattern. This lovely blanket by Kim uses rainbow colors and simple stitches, such as double crochet. It’s a great choice for adventurous beginner crocheters who don’t mind a small challenge.
Level: upper beginner Author: Kim Guzman
photos by Kim Guzman / ravelry.com
7. Gentle Waves Stroller Blanket
Crocheter behind the name NLMcKain used this free crochet blanket pattern and made it her own. Gentle ripples in gradient colors will look better than granny squares. You can modify the blanket size by changing the number of pattern repeats.
Level: upper beginner Author: NLMcKain
photos by NLMcKain / ravelry.com
7. Echo Waves Baby Blanket
The subtle texture of Heather’s baby blanket goes hand in hand with its delicate color palette. Wavy stitches create a rippling effect, which reminds me of the sea, and the shades of blue only strengthen this vision. Although it may look complex, this pattern is in fact quite easy to learn, so don’t hesitate to try it even if you’re a beginner.
Skill level: upper beginner Author: Heather Hamlin
photo by Heather Hamlin / ravelry.com
8. Sunset Waves Blanket
I’m a big fan of the crisp and graphic design of Sarah’s baby blanket because it’s so eye-catching. As you can see in the photos, working with four colors only doesn’t mean the project will be boring. The pattern features colorful scalloped waves – easy to achieve with basic stitches.
Skill level: beginner Author: Sarah Ruane
photo by Sarah Ruane / ravelry.com