Monday, January 30, 2012

Tutorial ♡ Ripple pattern

Happy Monday!
Finally here in Eindhoven the winter is arrived..it's snowing! And what's better to start a new crochet project? Since a friend of mine asked me how to do the ripple pattern, I've decided to make a simple tutorial to help her.
I hope that you like it and for any questions, please add a comment below!


Buon lunedì!
Finalmente qui a Eindhoven l'inverno è arrivato..proprio in questo momento sta nevicando! E quale occasione migliore per iniziare un nuovo progetto all'uncinetto? Siccome una mia amica mi ha chiesto come fare il pattern a onde (o zig zag che dir si voglia), ho deciso di fare un semplice tutorial per aiutarla.
Spero che sia sufficientemente chiaro, ma per qualsiasi domanda vi invito ad aggiungere un commento qui sotto!


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23 comments:

  1. Thanks for the easy tutorial! This is great! I was looking for a pattern for a baby blanket. Sweet! By the way, loving the new banner on your site too.

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  2. Ottima idea, mi ricorderò del tuo tutorial se mai dovessi cimentarmi...grazie Ila! :-)

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  3. grazie per la scritta inglese-italiano cosi si impara qualcosa in più !!! Barbara D'Amico !! <3

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    1. Io con quelli in inglese/americano faccio un po' fatica, percio' li propongo anche in italiano!

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  4. Gracias Ilaria. Está muy claro el tutorial. Voy a intentarlo yo también.
    Un saludo desde las islas Canarias

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  5. grande, Ilaria! tutarial da provare al più presto!

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    1. Facilissimo e veloce, molto nel mio stile direi!! E il risultato e' davvero carino!

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    2. sto per iniziare una copertina a zigzag per Alessandro, che nascerà il 31 maggio :)

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  6. It's a lovely pattern isn't it! you always want to make another wave (just one, aha)...

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    1. Oh yes, it's true!! And it's so simple ;-)

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  7. Hello Ilaria, do you use uk or usa terminology for crochet?

    In Australia (UK same)our treble - is the same as dc in USA
    our dc - is the same as sc in USA

    The colours of your ripple are lovely.

    Looks like it done in our dc (sc USA)

    Did you crochet it in treble (Aus, UK) or dc (USA)

    Hope I haven't confused you :)

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    1. Hi Patricia,
      for dc. I mean this one:
      http://youtu.be/o1txJLRPfuE
      I think it's the UK terminology, but I'm not sure ;-)

      Normally, I translate them to italian.

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  8. How does one calculate how many chains to start with? What is the multiple needed for the pattern repeat?

    Thank you!

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    1. Emily, to be honest I don't know.. Normally I made a longer fundation chain and at the end I cut the extra that I don't need..

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  9. Hello,

    thanks for the tutorial. I have one question, maybe totally stupid : How do you make multiple rows? At the end of the row, I chained 2, turn and dc but doesn't work. So, I ch 1, sc all stitches around, ch 2 and followed the pattern, but still not convince.
    Could you help, please?
    Thanks a lot,

    Sophie

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    1. Sophie, follow these instructions:

      ROW 1:
      Work 3ch (count as 1tr), 4 tr, 2ch and starting from the last tr, 5 tr. Skip 1ch and *5 tr, 2ch, - starting from the last tr- 5 tr, skip 1 ch* and repeat until the end.

      ROW 2:
      Work 3ch (count as 1tr), 4 tr, 2ch and in the same space 5tr. Enter in between the 1st and the 2nd stitches below *5 tr, 2ch, - in the same space - 5 tr, skip 1 ch* and repeat until the end.

      ..and go on

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  10. Hello, I was wondering how many chains you originally make on the starting row? - Sarah

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    1. Sarah, the answer is few comments before! ;-)
      "Emily, to be honest I don't know.. Normally I made a longer fundation chain and at the end I cut the extra that I don't need.."..simple and practical!

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