Crocheted Chevron Bedspread

Crocheted Chevron Bedspread


Crocheted Chevron Bedspread
Crocheted Chevron Bedspread
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In the Designer's Words:"Zigzags are perennial favorites with crocheters. This bed-sized blanket stitched in a soothing woodland palette features chevron stripes of varying widths to keep things interesting. Feel free to design a different color palette to match your boudoir!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I see chevron print on so many decor pieces and I'd love making this bedspread. I love that the chevron widths are made with varying thickness so if you switch them up every other row, you can create your own unique pattern. Since they make great gifts, customize the colours when you're considering on making it a gift item.

This Crocheted Chevron Bedspread is beautiful! I love how easy the pattern is and the colors are so nice to look at. I'm thinking of pinks for the girls room and the blues for the boys. This pattern reminds me of the Indian hose blankets that I love and tend to buy every year. Now I can make my own.. Thank you so much for this beautiful free pattern.

I've made several of these. Pay attention to the ending and beginning of each row and the project will come together easily. I use team colors and they make great gifts. #BestIdeaEver

Wow, this is eye-catching! I'm in love with chevron, and I really like the earthy tones of this blanket.


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