Crochet Wave – Scalloped Raised Wave Stitch

99 thoughts on “Crochet Wave – Scalloped Raised Wave Stitch

  • What a great tutorial! I got so fascinated I bailed on my Pilates class to keep watching. I've seen others working in the tails but they did it super quick and I couldn't see how it was done. You're awesome and you have a new subbie. Thank you and cheers from San Diego.

  • another great tutorial Mikey, and the visual pattern i get along with much better than the text type, plus of course your verbal bit, hehe!

  • Mikey, question. How do I get to the graph. With processing disabilities, if I could print that I could get started. Please let me know as I am anxious to get started. I love the look of this afghan. I tried the octagon, but it was too confusing. Please le me in on how to find that. Thanks Marilyn

  • the graph for this is available on the website … we are doing major website construction to include printable patterns at this time so you may have trouble accessing it but please keep checking back…
    [email protected] Crochet Crowd 🙂

  • Love the pattern. An easy way to keep track of the mountain and valley would be to mark the middle set of 3dc in 1 st. with a large safety pin. They are easy to move at the end of each row as you turn and the few seconds will keep you from frogging so often. We all have safety pins somewhere around the house. I've use bobby pins before but they slide out sometimes not as good an idea.

  • Вещи красивые но не понятно сколько петель набирать !? Хотя бы писали… их смотрят все…. говорят то они на своем языке и понять трудно о чем идет речь.

  • gracias por estos videos estan preciosos lo unico seria que por favor les pusieran subtitulos o los doblaran al español por que a qui en México nos gusta mucha ReadHeart pero aparte sus etiquetas siempre bienen en inglés cuando bienen aun mercado de habla hispana

  • Mikey can you please help to get this Rose pattern posted for us? tried to share link, but was told No. lol I Posted the site below.

    Rose In Bloom Afghan by Red Heart with Kathleen Sams

  • this video keeps crashing on me is there a way you i want to watch it for the chart because i get how to do the stitches now i was wondering if you could sent it to my email because i cant find it on the website

  • in the first row after the second " 3 double crochets in the next 3 stitches" I only have 4 chains left, while Mikey seems to have more chains left. I also used the same amount of chains (30 + 4). Can anyone help me out here?

  • i am having problems downloading the free pattern when i download it all i am getting is a bunch of numbers and letters and stuff written in chinese

  • I just checked all of the links on our new website and they seem to be working fine… if you are trying to download form red hearts website you may want to let them know about the issue if you were using our website then the issue seems to be fixed already …Let me know if you still having trouble and need more help [email protected] The Crochet Crowd 🙂

  • When you added that helpful little stitch counter (3:56) it said "Twin: 244", and when it says, "All include chain 4", is it already there or do you add it?

  • I really like Mikey's Videos:) Gonna try his pillow hehe. Excellent work! I am currently trying this wave…hehe.:) Frusterating but i will get it.

  • Mikey, just watched the video & you take the pattern to a new level for me. You explanations & techniques are very clear & succinct. Thank you!

  • When your doing the first row, what is the pattern to keep going, because, I'm doing the twin size blanket, and I need to finish my row thanks

  • there is a link to our website in the more info section under this video …if you find this pattern/info there it will give you the stitch counts for all different size afghans… [email protected] The Crochet Crowd 🙂

  • Thank you for this tutuorial. It explains the pattern very well and makes it easy to follow. I just started with 15 stitches and one colour and I'm going to keep going with those 15 because it looks as though it is going to make a nice scarf pattern and by the time I've done the scarf, I should be ready for the full sized afghan! :-0 Sarah

  • Thank you for this video. Your explanation of the pattern is so great that I've just finished a baby size blanket and it turned out great!!!

  • another scrubby can be made for pans or facial cleaning of dead skin using the type of lace that goes under wedding dresses and little girls dresses to make them fluff out. It is stiffer and you can buy denser lace for pans. Hope that makes sense, since I can't remember the correct name of the material. But it works great. Help! Mikey!

  • Thank you for this tutorial. I'm just learning crochet and find your tips very helpful when discovering mistakes several rows later!

  • Being a visual person, I find it a lot easier now to read and crochet an afghan with your video  tutorials.  You are a very good teacher.

  • I am currently  crocheting a Oean Wave Afghan for my grandson ,its going to be   queen size,he wants me to use maroon and white colors only, no problem  but I need help trying to decite if i go maroon,white,maroon,white.maybe if after making 6 rows of maroon and white,maybe i should crochet maroon for several rows and then white, instead of maroon and white,maroon and white? Any ideas? Please,Micky,anyone

  • I went to download the actual pattern and it said that "This pattern was created before 2008 and therefore does not follow our current pattern format or image size." Is this the pattern you followed or do you have an updated one?

  • Where can I find the printed pages of the pictorial pattern not the wording pattern?? The pages Mickey shows at about 12 1/2 minutes in tell the whole picture, I love it.

  • Thank you for this tutorial, Mikey!  You saved the day!  I found the instructions very difficult and came here for clarification– thanks!  

    By the way, I wanted to mention that I think, before starting an afghan with a new pattern, it's a really great idea to make a sample first, for practice, just to be sure you understand the pattern.  Anyone who has ever gotten 139 (or 244, etc.) chains in and looks at the pattern only to find they are lost knows what I mean.  By making a practice swatch, you can avoid this in future.  

  • I have spent many hours trying to get this pattern to work. I have followed both the video and the written pattern Ripping it apart and starting over. It works for the first 2 rows. Is there are mistake?? Please post correction or any help you can give!! I now have to abandon this as I am totally frustrated!!

  • great video, great aghan, i've crocheted for many, many years,and it is nice to have someone talk me thru it and i can relax and enjoy crocheting.  for me it's not about going fast or hurry up, i'm retired and it's really great to just do it in my own sweet time.  i used to sell, but now i just donate so i pick easy projects. wish you had been there 40 years ago 🙂  thank you so much for being there now,

  • Hi Mikey, I'm very new to following patterns and have a question concerning this wave pattern. In the beginning of the video it says for a baby blanket to chain 109, which includes the 4 extra chains. I just checked out the pattern & there are no directions on how to convert pattern for baby sized afghan. Can you help me with this? Thanks 🙂

  • What does frog it mean? Also, on your last tip "cheat" you crocheted an extra 3 dc in one stitch, but i don't understand how you fixed it?

  • I have taught myself to crochet but never to read patters. I was wondering if there was someone that could translate a pattern for me. I am trying to make an American Flag afghan for my boyfriend while he is in Afghanistan. I cant read the pattern at all!

  • Thanks for the video advice. I have had more trouble in keeping these consistenty. I seem to always be show or over the decreases I need. I think I am not paying enough attention, but even when i stop and recount, I still get fouled up? Don't know why, have torn out rows numerous times, and even with your great video and cheating ideas, it still doesn't come out right. but, I am deternmined to master this simple technique.

  • Your tutorial video is very helpful in learning to increase and decrease to make this wave. However, this pattern you are teaching does not make the afghan on the left which raises to a peak and looks more wave like. I am trying to find the pattern for this older afghan which apparently was made before 2008. Anyway to get that pattern??

  • I honestly am not sure to go when we get to the second row. I can't tell what hole were supposed to double crochet together and etc. in order to line it up properly. Can someone please explain exactly where to go?

  • I'm new at this I don't understand why I can't get this I really want to learn this I watch your videos all the time because I want to learn you have beautiful work

  • Hello, Mickey.. HELP!..I started an afghan with your tutorial but have lost it.I was sure I had subscribed to it but can't find that either..I believe it was a "Ripple" pattern but it was different than others. the foundation row & second row were SC ..

  • does anyone know if you can do this pattern with the bernat blanket style yarn? or would it be too thick to work right?

  • Mikey will you please be my son…what fun it would could answer any question I have at the exact moment…lol…you are great

  • Hi Mikey LOL it's me again! I'm wondering how can I lose stiches on the ocean wave. I WANT tutu make the mermaid tail for my itsy bitsy granddaughter. But I'd like it to appeart to have scale.. Can you help?(I watched other video
    Liked it So much but then stumbled on one with shell stitch. (Honestly only thing liked was the she'll.. .wavey effect. Didn't transition to tail shape properly) what to do Mikey what's a nana to do? Can you help me out? By the way without the diagrams I could not confine crochet

  • Hey can I customise the size ? I was planning to do count of 165 and added 4 extra at the end so it's of 169 but when I do the wave form of 15 stitches at the final edge I couldn't do it mean lotta chain is left over what to do?

  • I've never been keen to look at charts and listen to directions on how things work but I really found it helpful, and I too would love the chart. Thank you Mikey

  • The pattern does not match the one in the picture with the lady which is the ocean wave.

  • Question if want to make it more like a beach and wanted to do more then just two rows before a color change do I still do back loop on third row??

  • omg….Mikey I'm glaaaad i found a video . Because I started it and but i was putting 1 dc in nxt 3 chaind omg 😂😂😂😂. thats y i love u and ur tutorials

  • Great to finally see your smiling face. You are my favorite tutorial. You are clear and never disappoint. You don’t waste time too, like others. Thank you!

  • I made a lovely baby blanket in sea colours using this pattern. I then crochet'd some starfish, seaweed and fish and sewed them on. Thanks for the lovely pattern. 🙂

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