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Wavy Ripple Dishcloth Pattern

Posted on August 16, 2013

Here is my free crochet pattern for a wavy ripple dishcloth. I first used this wavy ripple style to crochet a lapghan and just love the look of the stitch pattern. So after some trial and errors, I came up with a dishcloth using blue tie-dye cotton Sugar ‘n Cream yarn.

Here is another dishcloth I crocheted using the wavy ripple pattern. I ran out of the pink twist cotton yarn so I only crocheted 13 rows. I added a white edging around the entire dishcloth by working single crochet stitches around evenly. I worked 2 single crochet stitches in the corners. This trim edging gives the dishcloth a little different look and may be useful it you are trying to use up scrap pieces of cotton.

My crochet pattern may be used to make a wavy ripple dishcloth or washcloth. Mix and match colors to create your own unique crocheted cloths.

Free Crocheted Wavy Ripple Dishcloth Pattern

Description: 9-1/2” by 9” dishcloth
Hook: H (5 mm) crochet hook
Materials: 2 oz ball of cotton yarn such as Sugar n Cream

Ch 36.

Row 1
DC in 3rd st from hook, and in each of the next 2 sts of chain. Then work 2DC tog (1 Dec made), work another 2DC tog (1 Dec made), *DC in the next 3 sts, 2 DC in each of the next 2 stitches, DC in each of the next 3 stitches. Now work 2DC tog (1 Dec made), work another 2DC tog (1 Dec made).*
Repeat between * once. Row ends with a DC in the last three stitches of the row.

Row 2
Ch 3 and turn (counts as 1st DC). Then DC in the next two stitches, 2DC tog, 2DC tog, *DC in each of the next 3 stitches, 2 DC in each of the next 2 stitches, then DC in each of the next 3 stitches. Now work 2DC tog , work another 2DC tog.*

Repeat between * once. Row ends with a DC in the last two stitches and in the top of the turning Ch-3.

Tip: You basically have 2 DC in that last st as you work 1 DC in the last st and another in the st at the top of the Ch-3 from the prior row.

Repeat Row 2 for a total of 14 rows for a 9 Inch long dishcloth. FO.

Abbreviations:
Ch – Chain
DC – Double Crochet
Dec – Decrease
Ea – Each
FO – Fasten Off
Sc – Single Crochet
St – Stitch
Tog – Together

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9 Responses to “Wavy Ripple Dishcloth Pattern”

  1. Nick
    Aug 19, 2013

    They are like waves :D


  2. Clara
    Aug 21, 2013

    Love the ripple effect. It’s nice when everyday objects are pretty.


  3. Zuleika
    Aug 23, 2013

    Thanks for the pattern, such a cute washcloth. I’ve been crocheting for over 20 years, yet for some reason have never done the ripple stitch! hehe


  4. Cindy
    Aug 24, 2013

    Zuleika – That was me too. I had never crocheted a ripple until I made my lapghan recently. And now I’m hooked and love the stitch and have crocheted several of these dishcloths already. Thanks for the comment and for stopping by my blog.


  5. Raza Rizvi
    Sep 01, 2013

    Thats so beautiful especially the blue cloth. I wont use such a cute thing as a dishcloth. :D lol JK :D


  6. Naomi
    Sep 28, 2013

    I love this pattern. I first came across it in a crocheting magazine and so far have made a king sized blanket with it along with a carriage blanket (big enough for in a baby carriage.) I had forgotten about this pattern so thank you kindly for posting it!


  7. Joan
    May 21, 2014

    I’ll join the crowd. I’ve been crocheting for more than 20 years and never tried a ripple anything. I love any cotton dishcloth and this one is already at my sink. I am a hdc nut so I did change this to a hdc rather than a dc. Great pattern and fun to work up. Thank you for sharing.


  8. wrong
    Jun 26, 2014

    I consider myself a beginner though I have made several scarves, hats and such. I am doing something wrong. I can’t get it right past the second row! I am decreasing and never have enough stitches to do the ending 2 DC’s. What am I doing wrong? Please help.


  9. Cindy
    Jul 04, 2014

    I sent you an email with more details and hopefully it will help. Let me know if you were able to get row 2 to work for you.



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