Chevron Blanket Crochet Pattern


Chevron Blanket Crochet Pattern


Chevron Blanket Crochet Pattern
Chevron Blanket Crochet Pattern

You'll have sweet dreams every night with this Chevron Blanket Crochet Pattern. This picturesque, easy crochet pattern will light up any bedroom or living room with its bright and splendid design. You won't be disappointed with this lovely crochet craft that also makes a great DIY gift idea. This is one free crochet pattern you won't be able to resist making for yourself, your kids, or your grandkids. Create a snuggly and thoughtful gift that'll be the softest creation you'll ever make. For a simple yet charming blanket, look no further than this crochet blanket pattern.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love Chevron blankets such as this one! This would be a great afghan to make with your scrap yarn. I have tons of yarn left over from various projects that would be perfect for this. I do have to say most chevron blankets I have seen previously are using double crochet stitches. I may try this pattern to see what it is like, but I do know the double crochet chevron is my favorite.

I love the stripes done in different colors. I love how the colors were placed one after another. It is so uniquely lovely. This will definitely be in my queue of projects. This is perfect for my living sofa, it will be an interesting conversation piece and it will be the envy of my lady guests, friends and family. Can't wait to start this. Loooove iiiiiiit!

My youngest son loves chevrons and has been asking me to make him a blanket and matching curtains (in white, green, and teal shades). I think he would love this blanket. The single crochet stitches, instead of half double crochet or double crochet stitches, give it a warmer, thicker look and feel too. I am going to show him this and get him to stash dive for colours.

As soon as I saw the word Intermediate I thought it would be too difficult. But I have done a test piece (which I always do when I am not sure of the pattern) and it is not at all difficult. And I have so many yarns left over from previous projects and have realized that I can make good use of them if I make the stripes a bit narrower than the pattern indicates. So here goes, wish me luck! Lol.

This is a stunning blanket! I am really impressed with the look- full of color and random striping. It seems there's no wrong way to work this blanket. This is one project where you can get away with the inexpensive Super Saver yarn. It's not soft, but as long as you don't crochet really tight stitches, your finished project won't be too "hard".

I found that I had to continue to count as I worked through the pattern or the peaks and valleys did not line up. I had to remove stitches a few times in order to get back on track. The second time I created this blanket, I was not as rigorous in keeping count and instead of backing out stitches, I just compensated for the mistakes by skipping more than the required stitches to get back on track. The finished work was not perfect but it was still beautiful and only I knew the pattern was not followed exactly.


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