Textured Ripple Granny Square

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Materials: Stylecraft batik dk

Hook: 4mm

Abbreviations in UK terms: dc-double crochet,  tr-treble crochet,  fpdtr-front post double treble crochet,  st-stitch(es),  sp(s)-space(s), ss-slip  stitch,   rep-repeat

Special stitch: fpdtr is worked around the post of the tr 2 rows below by wrapping yarn over hook twice and working from the  front, around the back of the post and back to the front, yarn over pull through 2 loops, yarn over pull through 2 loops and yarn over and pull through 2 loops

There is a very good You Tube tutorial showing how to make this stitch pattern here .

Pattern

ch5 and join with ss

Rnd 1: ch3 (counts as 1 tr), 2tr into ring, ch2 (3tr into ring, ch 2) three more times. Join with ss.         (4 groups of 3tr plus 4 ch2 corner sps.)

Rnd 2: ch1 ( does not count as a stitch) dc in same st, dc in each st around making (dc, ch2, dc) in each 2 ch corner sp. Join with ss. (5dc on each side plus corner sps.)

Helpful hint: On rounds 3, 5, 7 and 9 there should be 3 trebles before and after each corner ch2 space. After that, the stitches alternate fpdtr, tr, fpdtr, tr …

Rnd 3: ss to next st, ch3, fpdtr around post of tr 2 rows below, tr in next st, (2tr, ch2, 2tr) in ch2 corner sp, [tr, *fpdtr, tr,* rpt * to *  to 2ch corner sp , (2tr, ch2, 2tr) in 2 ch corner sp] rpt from [ to ] twice more, tr, fpdtr, join with ss. The last fpdtr should be around the ch3 from 2 rows below.       (7tr and 2fpdtr plus corner spaces on each side.)

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Make sure you put a tr in the last dc of the round below.
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After making 2tr, ch2, 2tr in the corner space, the next tr goes in the first dc which is nearly hidden.
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Then you alternate fpdtr and tr making a tr in the last dc from the round below before making 2 more tr in the corner space.

 

 

 

Rnd 4: rpt rnd 2. (11dc plus 2ch corner sps on each side.)

Rnd 5: ss to next st, ch3, *fpdt, tr * rpt from * to * to 2ch corner sp, (2tr, ch2, 2tr)in 2ch corner sp, [tr, *fpdtr, tr* rpt from * to * to 2 ch corner sp, (2tr, 2ch, 2tr) in 2 ch corner sp], rpt [ to ] two more times then *tr, fpdtr * rpt from * to * to end, join with ss. The final fpdtr should be round the starting ch3 2 rows below. (10tr and 5 fpdtr plus 2ch corner sps on each side.)

Rnd 6  : rpt rnd 2. (17 dc plus corner spaces on each side.)

Rnd 7: rpt rnd 5. (13 tr and 8 fpdtr plus 2ch corner sps on each side.)

Rnd 8: rpt rnd 2 (23dc plus 2 ch corner sps on each side.)

Rnd 9: rpt rnd 5: (16 tr and 11 fpdtr plus 2 ch corner sps on each side.)

Rnd 10: using a contrasting colour make 1 dc in each st and 3dc in each 2 ch corner sp. (29 dc on each side plus corner stitches.)

Sew in ends to finish. The finished square should look something like this.

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7 thoughts on “Textured Ripple Granny Square

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  2. Thank you for sharing this!

    Are these directions referring to 2 separate slipstitches or is it the same one? :

    (end of rnd) Join with ss.
    (start of rnd) ss to next st

    My counts are a bit off and I’m wondering if I got this part wrong.

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