Let it ripple. That’s the idea behind kindness, prosperity, happiness, and so many other life enhancing concepts, including this lovely Ripples Scarf. Like spreading goodness, this scarf is basic at its core with results that are anything but.
Simple rows of double crochets create this wonderfully furrowed piece. And in Season Alpaca’s Trout Brown, a moody blue with warm undertones, the effect is like ripples across a pond’s broken surface… Beautiful!
Our 100% baby alpaca is a light and gentle alpaca, the perfect heft for wrapping effortlessly around your neck. Season Alpaca is ideal for a sturdy, everyday scarf whose decadent softness belies its practicality.
There’s a rhythm inherent in crocheting the Ripples Scarf that comes out in the stitches themselves. As your hook moves in and out of the stitches, dipping and pulling, it creates notes, and bars and lines of music. Get into the rhythm and let it ripple!
This project designed for Purl Soho by Jake Canton.
- 4 skeins of Purl Soho’s Season Alpaca, 100% baby alpaca. We used the color Trout Brown. (Please note, Alpaca Pure is no longer available. We recommend using our new Cashmere Tend or a similar worsted weight yarn! As always, be sure to check your gauge when substituting yarns.)
- US F crochet hook
- Unblocked: 20 double crochets = 4 inches
- Blocked: 19 double crochets = 4 inches
Finished dimensions: 11 1/2 inches wide x 72 inches long
Make a Foundation Single Crochet Row of 342 crochets.
Set-Up Row: Chain (ch) 3 (counts as 1 double crochet), 1 double crochet (dc) into each single crochet (sc) to end of row. [343 dc total, including ch 3 at beginning]
Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as 1 double crochet), 1 dc into top of each dc to end of row. [343 dc total, including ch 3 at beginning]
Repeat Row 1 until piece measures 12 inches from foundation edge.
Next Row: 1 sc into top of each dc to end of row.
Cut yarn and pull tail through final sc.
Weave in ends and block as desired.