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Granny Inspired Chevron Baby Blanket

By: Kristin Omdahl of Styled By Kristin

The Granny Inspired Chevron Baby Blanket is one of the most unique crochet baby blanket patterns we've come across.  The crochet pattern features a beautiful scalloped edge and a specially designed granny inspired chevron stitch.

Granny Inspired Chevron Baby Blanket



  • One skein of Pound of Love (100% baby acrylic)
  • US 10 (6.0mm) crochet hook

Special stitch instructions:

shell: 3dc, ch2, 3dc in same ch2 space

decrease group: working over 2 spaces, work 1dc in 1st space, work dc2tog over both spaces, work 1dc in 2nd space.

dc2tog: work a dc into the next space without completing the very last step (keep all three loops on hook), then dc in the next space without completing the last step. You should have 3 loops on the hook, then yarn over and draw through all the loops.

Note: 'space' refers to the space between each grouping of 3dcs.
Gauge: 3dc = 1", 1 row in dc = 1"
Finished size: approx. 40" square

Multiple of 12 sts + 3
Chain 159



Row 1: Work 2 dc into 3rd chain from hook (counts as 3dc)m skip 2 chains. *3dc in next chain, skip 2 chains, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next chain, skip 2 chains, 3dc in nex chain, skip 2 chains, 3dc in next chain, skip 2 chains. Repeat from * to last chain: work 3dc in last chain. (13 shells, 41 3dc groups).

Row 2: skip 1st st, slip stitch into 2nd st, and into chain space between last 2 groups of 3dc in previous round (hereafter referred to as 'space'. Ch3 (counts as dc) and work 2 dc in same space. *Work 3 dc in next space, work (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next ch2 space, work 3dc in nex space. Work the following decrease group over 2 spaces: work dc in 1st space, work dc2tog over both spaces, work 1 dc in 2nd space worked. Repeat from * to last space: work 3dc in last space. (13 shells, 28 3dc groups, 13 (dc, dc2tog, dc) decrease groups.

Row 3 - 43: repeat row 2.

Fasten off. Weave in loose ends. Wash and dry.


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This pattern combines two of my favorite blanket patterns chevron and granny squares. My sister is expecting her first baby in October, and I think this would be the perfect baby blanket pattern to make for him. I will have to pick up some baby yarn in a boy color, since I currently only have pink or purple.

Is there another photo or link to another photo of the whole blanket to get an idea of the overall shape of it, I like challenges of new patterns but I like to know what the end result needs to look like so i know I m on the right track, thanks

Row 1: Work 2 dc into 3rd chain from hook (counts as 3dc)m skip 2 chains. What does "m" mean?

It is a typo, it should have been a comma....(m and , are right next to each other on the keyboard)


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