Want to crochet spectacular chevron, zigzag, ripple and wave patterns? Check out this list of
books, patterns, videos and instructions for crocheting fabulous undulating designs.
This stitch dictionary teaches you how to crochet 50 truly cool ripple designs. Many of these stitch patterns are ideal for crocheting blankets and afghans, although there are zillions of other possible ways to use them. You’ll have to put on your “designer’s hat” to make use of these designs.
There are two different formats I’m aware of for this book; one is the original paperback version of the book, and the latest is a CD-rom bundle that also includes bunches of other fantastic stitch dictionaries. I have the cd-rom bundle and I highly, highly recommend it. Learn more HERE.
If you’re a beginner to crochet, and you’re looking for a no-nonsense, straightforward, from-the-beginning, in-depth lesson on how to crochet ripples, zigzags, wave stitches and chevrons, this video class is exactly the resource you’d want to consider using. The class includes patterns and instructions for making multiple lovely crochet ripple stitch projects including a blanket, tote bag, washcloth and scarf.
So there you have it: Those are the resources we recommend for learning how to crochet chevrons, zigzags and ripples. Hope you found some information you can use!
About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer who holds a degree in textile design and previously enjoyed a career in the textile industry. She has been crocheting and crafting since childhood, and knitting since she was a teenager. Her work also appears at AmySolovay.com, ArtsWithCrafts.com and Crochet-Books.com.
This page was last updated on 10-6-2020.