Friday * December 19th 2014

Ripples of happiness: graphic pattern

Hello hello hello!

I’m slowly but surely progressing on my ripple and I thought about sharing with you the pattern I’m working on. It is a very old pattern from an old french magazine I found in my mother stash. And because the pattern is explained in french I decided to draw a graphic for you my friend !

The pattern is similar to Lucy’s one but it is more wavy. The concept is still the same… it is still  about rippling and rippling :)

How soothing it is to ripple…mmmh…a delicious feeling after a rough day :)

So, here it is:

First you have to make a chain multiple of 14 + 3… I advice you to make a small sample so you can try out the pattern and once you’re confident about it you’ll start with a longer chain for your future blanket to be…

So let’s start with a small sample…. always always always let it be a multiple of 14 + 3… This is the magical formula! Here it is 31 (14×2 + 3 = 31)

These are the first 2 rows… you continue with the others like for these first two …

and one last thing:  Always remember to crochet 3 treble in the last stitch of every row…

A very easy pattern to follow you’ll see…You have to try it to discover how simple it is …

and remember…I’m always ready to help if you have any question… ;)

Happy crocheting!

Sucrette

P.S: All my graphics are made using Corel Draw, a graphic design software!

88 Comments »Crocheted blankets, free patterns, Ripple

88 Responses to “Ripples of happiness: graphic pattern”

  1. paula says:

    Thank you for sharing this, I love ripple patterns.

  2. paula says:

    …and, I wanted to add, your blanket is looking lovely :-)

  3. Lina says:

    Thanks for de pattern. I´ve included in my Future Project List http://www.puntosapunto.com/p/lista-de-proyectos-futuros.html

  4. Rie says:

    Oh wow. This is the very first pattern that I can understand.. I’ve been looking at everyone’s blogs trying to find a ripple pattern that I understand & bingo! Found the pattern with you!
    I might try a couple of samples to test the pattern (well, actually testing me) and also some colour choices as well. Maybe I can ripple a couple of placemats!
    Thanks for your inspiration, I’ll let you know how it goes!

  5. Fiona says:

    Thanks for the pattern .. my last attempt at a ripple didn’t work, so I’ll give this one a try and hope for better! Your blanket looks great!

  6. sonieta says:

    your graphics are always so clear!!!
    thank you very much

    kisses

  7. Debbie says:

    That does look like a fun afghan to make. What kind of yarn do you use? The colors are so bright and blend well together.
    Thanks for sharing the pattern!
    Debbie

  8. Séverine56 says:

    Thank you for this pattern ! I’m sure this blanket will be wonderful too, like all what you do !
    Have a good day !

  9. Earendil says:

    thanks for the pattern, i’ll definitely try a blanket like this one some day! :)

  10. Adri says:

    Hi Angie,
    Thanks for sharing, I have never make a ripple blanket but now I can try!
    Greetings Adri.

  11. Debi Y. says:

    Your ripple is coming out very pretty. Thanks for sharing the graph pattern. :)

  12. Elly says:

    Your Ripple is looking wonderful :)) Thank you so much for the graphics to your pattern. Hugs Ellyx

  13. TracyMarie says:

    Wonderful graphic – thank you so much for sharing it along with your explanatory notes!

  14. Maga says:

    As always I’m enchanted with your blog and your colored way of life :)) tnks for making my day more bright.

    I started mine today, it will be a baby boy blanket, gift for a pregant friend…

    I hope a can show it soon…

    hugs

    Maga

  15. Mo says:

    Thank you so much for the graphic pattern. I’ve made a blanket with the lovely Lucy’s pattern, so will use your one next time as I like the idea of it being more wavy with more ripply ripplesomeness ;0)))

  16. Jen says:

    Thank you or sharing your pattern. I’ve been following your blog for a while and I appreciate the time you take to make graphic patterns. I find them so much easier to follow. The designs and colors you choose for projects are really beautiful. I bought new yarn over the weekend I’m ready to start my first ripple blanket.

  17. Busir says:

    Je crois que vous parlez Français ?je viens de terminer le “Blooming flower cushion”..les bords gondolent,je suis donc retournée sur le blog Attic 24 et il semble que je me sois complètement trompée dans mes augmentations ; en anglais j’ai mal lu et fais une augmentation 1m sur 2 tous les deux rgs alors qu’il fallait sans doute comprendre une progression soit la deuxième augmentation 1sur 3 puis 1 sur 4 et ainsi de suite .Pouvez vous me confirmer ?C’est beaucoup plus facile lorsque vous donnez un”graphic pattern”.Merci pour toutes vos explications .Y.S

  18. Tammy says:

    Happy rippling to you. Your blooming pillow turned out beautifully too. I don’t think you are lazy for using a pillow form — I think you are smart to cut down your work time so that you can continue to create and ripple along. Best wishes, Tammy

  19. Susana says:

    Hola y gracias por el gráfico, cuando tenga un poco de tiempo, me gustaría hacer una manta de ondas.
    Un saludo.

  20. Tracie says:

    Thank you for posting this! I just made a sample bit out of this pattern and LOVE it! I am going to get my yarn together now and start a ripple. Oh and this was my first time following a graph and it was so very easy to understand. ;-)

  21. Saritha says:

    Another beauty from you!!

  22. Barbara Reichard says:

    Angie-
    First, thank you for the graphic for the ripple afghan.
    Seondly, above in the picture that has the pink ripple row on top, there is another crochet mat shown. Have you ever shared the pattern or the full picture for that project? It looks very sharp.Thanks for answering. Regards, Barbara

  23. Esther says:

    LOVE this pattern! I am way betterwith graphics than we descriptions (yes… I could be a man, ACK!) ;-)
    Esther.

  24. [...] fin me he decidido a empezar una rippler. La culpa es de Angie Su última rippler es preciosa y su tutorial es claro y sencillo. He elegido lanas más bien gorditas (estoy tejiendo con un gancho nº 7), [...]

  25. Jordana says:

    I’ve made this pattern into scarves for all the women in my family. You can check out my versions at http://tastingjewishtassie.blogspot.com/2011/12/step-away-from-that-saucepan.html

    Thankyou for this pattern and the bright spot that is your blog!

  26. Rima says:

    Bonsoir ,très jolies couleurs pour ces ondulations…je me souviens il y a très longtemps ,je faisais des coussins avec ce point…mais je ne me rappelle plus …je faisais un rond en mailles serrées..et je terminais avec des ondulations…bonne soirée.
    ps ,j’ai fait des petites chaussettes …je les ai mis sur mon blog…
    http://faunaflore.over-blog.com/article-chaussettes-fantaisies-93043741.html

  27. K-Sue says:

    I’ve made Lucy’s pattern, and love it. Now I want to try this one, too!

  28. Victoria says:

    Lovely..just lovely…thank you for sharing.

  29. Carla Maas says:

    I really like the Ripples of Happiness Afghan but I am not sure of what is ment by 14+3. Don’t you start out with a chain? I would really like to crochet this afghan but I would need you to explain it in a little more simpler instructions.
    Sincerely Carla Maas

  30. Jennifer says:

    I am pretty new at crocheting and think this will be a great 1st blanket for me. What size hook did you use? Is it just up to your own personal preference?

    Thank you for your website, it is very helpful and inspirational!

    Regards,
    Jennifer

  31. Mia says:

    What an incredibly talented lady! I just LOVE your blog! So inspirational!! Off to the shops tomorrow to buy some yarn.

  32. Thanks for the pattern .. my last attempt at a ripple didn’t work, so I’ll give this one a try and hope for better!
    Your blanket looks great!
    I have just startet on one, thanks to you

  33. Christa says:

    I am new to crocheting and have tried several swatches of ripple patterns – and none of them are working out for me! This is the first graphic pattern I have ever seen and it makes it so easy to understand! I cant wait to try this one! My five year old son saw this blanket and said “Ooo, MOMMY! I want that one!!!” Who can refuse that? Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

  34. MARIA APARECIDA PADUA says:

    SITE SENSACIONAL, NEM SE COMPARA COM OS BRASILEIROS, COISA DE PROFISSIONAL, PARABENS

  35. Donna says:

    Can’t seem to get the directions for this ripple afghan. Would very much like to see it so I can see if I might be able to do this one. Thanks.
    Donna

  36. Marcia says:

    Love it. Thank you for the pattern and congrat’s for your awsome blog!!!

  37. CAN YOU PLSE. E-MAIL ME THE DIRECTIONS FOR THE RIPPLE BLANKET. I NEED TO MAKE IT.

    THANKS

    LUCILLE

  38. Ashley says:

    Thanks so much for posting graphic patterns! I started crocheting in Japan where graphic patterns are popular and am having trouble finding graphic patterns in English! Thanks for sharing!

  39. Akhila says:

    Thank you so much for posting the graph its such a big help. my ripples are looking awesome. I have the confidence now to do 154in a chain. I want to also thank Debi Y. for leading me to your site. I am going to start following you. YOur awesome teacher thank you saved my life!!

  40. Diana Speed says:

    Hi Sucrette,
    This is my first attempt to crochet using graphics, so with that said, I have a few questions…
    what size crochet needle and how much yarn
    for a large size blanket? Also is there instructions
    for changing the colors for this blanket, by the way yours is a master piece, just loving it :)
    Diana Speed

  41. Tea says:

    It’s beautiful. Will start it now. Thank you.

  42. jeanne says:

    Love your ripple. Are you going to post the pattern for the squares in the picture above your ripple. I really like the look.
    thanks jeanne

  43. Stina says:

    I am so excited to have found your site. I have been searching for the right pattern to use for a rainbow colored blanket for my son and I know that this is the perfect one! Except I am not sure that I am doing the decreases correctly. I have tried to look up the directions for doing treble decrease stitches and can only find info on decreasing 2 stitches not 3. If at all possible, can you please explain the steps for doing the “3 st tr decrease” that is used in this pattern. Thank you so much. I am so eager to start this projectbut want to get it right!

  44. Bethany says:

    I have a question. Am i crocheting into the 3rd or 4th chain- not counting what is on the crochet hooks? Thank you!

  45. Victoria Gonzalez says:

    Gracias por compartir tus obras y darnos tus gráficos para poder realizar las que no somos expertas como tú, felicidades y bendiciones

  46. barbara penatzer says:

    i was wondering what is the beautiful other crocheted item in the picture it is so delicate and beautiful thanks. barbara

  47. Coucou, je crois que vous parlez français quel crochet doit on utiliser svp?

  48. Annika says:

    First, i will send you a BIIIIIIG thank YOU, for your pattern. I love it. Today i start it, with neon colours (have it found in my stash and think that your ripple pattern is the best for this yarn).

    Did you know a border for your ripple pattern, that you would share please?

    Lovely, lovely greets,
    Annika

  49. Wish your pattern was at the end, because when I copy I waste a lot of ink copying all those comments. Love your patterns! Can,’t wait to make some for preemies. And vets! Thanks for listening!

  50. Esther says:

    Wow, another beautiful pattern! I’m working on the poncho right now but was already browsing for my next project. My attention was drawn to the tablecloth/blanket (?) on the right site of the picture. Can I find that pattern anywhere? It was just what I was looking for!
    Thanks!

  51. Rusty says:

    how do i dec tr crochet……3 in the beginning 3 single ..then 3 tr in 1 sp 3 tr 1 sp..3 single this next step…. the upside down 3 tr in 1 st 3 tr upside down in another stitchs…don’t understand

  52. Dominique says:

    Merci pour le tuto, pour les jolies couleurs et pour la bonne humeur que l’on ressent en lisant ton blog.
    Bon après-midi (ici il est 13h15 en France, dans les Ardennes où il fait bien gris).
    Dominique.

  53. [...] Filatura DiCrosa Zara 8 ply (yes my favorite yarn), a clover 4.5mm crochet hook. and im using the ripple pattern that Lemonde de Sucrette used for her ripple blanket, it’s a nice easy 3 x 3 x 3 pattern, [...]

  54. Minou says:

    Merci pour les explications !!!!

  55. Janine says:

    J’aime beaucoup ta couverture zigzag en couleurs variées. Je suis en train d’en faire une avec les couleurs mauve et lilac, je trouve que c’est très beau. Mon patron n’est pas tout à fait le même, moi j’ai des petits trous dans le creux du bas. J’aime beaucoup la tienne et je conserve ton patron. Merci.

  56. Linda says:

    OK im need this in English please i want to do this blanket sooooooo bad but i dont get it after the 1st valley i can go up the side but i dont understand the mountain…..PLEASE help me : (

  57. dj hixson says:

    doesn`t a treble in UK = a double in US?

  58. abejados says:

    porfin entendi, he estado buscando en todas partes. Gracias.

  59. [...] is called Ripples of Happiness and I LOVE how it looks!! It’s my new favorite pattern plus it shows off the colors of the [...]

  60. Nowadays, as I observe most styles and designs of kids’ swim wear, they are becoming more like the styles of swim suit for adults.

  61. Kate Pongonis says:

    Dear Sucrette,
    I am about half way through making an afghan with your nana square pattern and love it. I have decided to start ripple of happiness for a change of pace. Can you tell me if you flip the work for row three, or just turn it? It just feels wrong to turn (and not flip). I can’t seem to get going on that row three.

    Thanks, Kate

  62. darcee says:

    I LOVE making ripple afghans! And my pattern is very similar, but I’ll have to try yours some day. Right now I’m finishing a lap blanket for my husband’s niece’s wedding, using Lion Brand Homespun in OCEAN color (chain 129 – 14×9+3). I am continuing my mother’s tradition (ripples); the only difference is that I double crochet (‘triple’ in Europe) and my mother only did single – so hers took longer to complete! This is my first time to comment, and I want to THANK YOU for sharing your talent w/us via your blog; I LOVE IT!!!! :0)

  63. Stacey says:

    Hi Sucrette

    Can you please tell me, after you do the long chain, do you do a double stitch or just go straight into the trebles?

    Thanks Stacey

  64. […] working on this slowly since before she was even a thing. I saw the pattern on Ravelry (it’s from the blog LemondedeSucrette) and thought it would look so beautiful in rainbow colors, so I started it, assuming I’d need […]

  65. […] je vous le dis, elle en fait presque 3 ! 2,90 pour être plus exacte. Et donc voilà que je "ripple in happiness" depuis plusieurs mois, dans le métro, dans le bus… en attendant l’un où […]

  66. Holly Botner says:

    Love the pattern. If I can get myself to stop cooking for a spell I’ll try it out. Very Missoni like.

  67. […] merci à Sucrette pour ce beau modèle ! D’ailleurs mon frangin à commandé la même… Les couleurs sont […]

  68. […] donc pas de danger à poster avant le 24 au soir !), suivant le modèle de couverture proposé par Sucrette. Les couleurs sont venues de son coup de cœur pour le bleu pétrole et le rouge profond, que […]

  69. Tami says:

    Hello. Thank you so much for posting this pattern. All of your projects are beautiful! I am still a bit new to crochet and often have to refer to YouTube for help. I am having a hard time finding one on the Treble 3 decrease. The only one I have found so far has a “bobble” effect. Do you have any videos/links you would recommend or would you mind breaking the stitch down in directions? Thank you so much!

  70. Mindy says:

    I really enjoy your creativity, you create such beautiful things! I’m having difficulty understanding your patterns, but desperately want to start crocheting many of your patterns. Can you please do a written pattern? I’m trying to find a pretty basic pattern to crochet my 37 yr old aunt a throw afghan she can keep on her couch, yet snuggle under while she is relaxing. I thought this patten would work great! I’ve only been crocheting about 7yrs now, so I’m yearning to learn & try new patterns, just getting not understanding the diagrams. She has chose 6 rustic like colors (dark brown, spearmint green, a dark deep red, off white, mirage, & Country blue) do you or any of my fellow crochet lady friends have any suggestions? I would love some pointers or ideas for this throw:) Thanks so much!!!

  71. […] Here is the link to her free ripple pattern: ripples of happiness […]

  72. […] Mullen (Ambassador Crochet)3. Crochet and Weave Houndstooth Check Plaid – Maria Merlino4. Ripples of happiness – Sucrette5. Shepherd’s knitting – Amore Fecit6. Stained Glass Afghan – Pat Linn […]

  73. njt88 says:

    hello,
    me being silly but what is a 3 stitch treble decrease…only ever done them over 2. How do you do it over 3 stitches?

    thanks
    Naomi

  74. xxx says:

    Jе peuҳ vous dire quee c’est cօnstamment de la joie de passer sur votre site

  75. Maria Shaikh says:

    Dear Sucrette
    This ripple pattern is awesome and I will definitely try it. I have a question. In the last photograph in this pattern, above the ripple, is a doily, or a tablecloth made up of lovely lacy flowers, beautifully joined. Do you have a pattern for that and would you like to share it? I would really appreciate it if you could do so.
    Thanks and regards
    Maria

    • Sucrette says:

      Dear Maria
      I am very sorry but this is a doily I made many years ago when I learnt to crochet and the pattern was from an old friend’s magazine and I don’t have it :(
      Sorry again for not being able to help…
      Angie

  76. ainda umtanto prematuro para diser;,amuito venho pesquisando oponto ripple,,,mais encontrei oseu ,perfeito;ele ensina o direito eavesso;,acredito ,agora vou ter acerteza de dar certo,sonho em faser uma manta desteponto obrigada ,estou entendendo ,fiz uma amostra ,agora o esquema das ondas ,ea quantidade exata ‘um abraço ;lisagatti

  77. obrigada ,finalmente encontrei oripple ,que precisava ,muito generoza ,em compartilhar conosco este ponto’,;um grande abraço”;lisagatti

  78. lindo ,seu trabalho gostei muito ,espero ter outra oportunidade de receber outras peças lindas igual aessa

  79. […] Anyway, in the bargain of looking for ripples I came across this pattern: http://www.lemondedesucrette.com/2011/10/20/ripples-of-happiness-graphic-pattern/ […]

  80. Linda says:

    This is a beautiful pattern and I can’t wait to try it .

  81. […] de todo el trabajo. Es muuuy sencillo, y el resultado queda monísimo. Yo encontré un patrón en esta página. Es todo en punto alto.Está en inglés y francés, pero como es un dibujo se entiende bastante […]

  82. […] de todo el trabajo. Es muuuy sencillo, y el resultado queda monísimo. Yo encontré un patrón en esta página. Es todo en punto alto.Está en inglés y francés, pero como es un dibujo se entiende bastante […]

  83. […] * Pattern: Ripples of happiness. HERE […]

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