Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to crochet a 3D ripple stitch, for a 3D crochet design part 1/7.
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How to Crochet a 3D Ripple Stitch Part 1/7
I am working on a cover for my couch and I am calling this the Couch Kiddie and basically, I have both of the stitches which I’ve demonstrated before in the past. This is a zigzag ridge stitch here and you can see that add this double sided. Don’t worry about the ends I just haven’t clean those up. And you can see, it’s a really mix match but it actually has a beautiful pattern to it but it takes a little bit in order to see it.
And then what I've done is that because this is a ridge stitch, it take—the material tends to—it takes along longer to build for every three lines, you are actually only making two because each line is overlapping the other. Then this here on this side is the ripple stitch and we have done that before as well. I get a lot of videos that question to both this particular stitch because a lot of people don’t take it that’s clear so I'm going to attempt to reshow you how to do the ripple stitch.
The ripple stitch is only one sided. You can see this, this is the bad side and because you don’t see any ripples on this side but you can see how the materials connecting together, where on this side it seems to be very flowing a lot carefully. So each color is actually two lines and you don’t have to change the colors every two if you don’t like too but I'm going to show you how to do that. So this is a demonstration on the ripple stitch.