The Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie

The Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie

Updated 8/29/22

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The Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie
The Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie
This image courtesy of lionbrand.com

The Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie has got to be one of the best crochet baby blanket patterns you can find. It's the perfect size not only for your baby on any given day, but also any time they are in the stroller.

Use this baby blanket crochet pattern when you're trying to change a pesky diaper in public, going for a stroll in the park, or laying down for a nap at home. Chevron patterns are ever-popular and bring adorable colored stripes into your baby's life. Learn how to crochet a baby blanket to always have one on hand.

Notes1. Blankie is worked in a ripple crochet pattern. The ripple pattern is easy to do, but it’s important to remember that you may need to work several rows before the ripple pattern becomes clear. The ripple pattern consists of alternating peaks and valleys. Take care to keep the peaks and valleys of each row aligned.
2. When working in ripple crochet, your piece probably won’t lay flat until you’ve worked a few rows (how many rows depends on your yarn and gauge).

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge2 ripples = about 4 in. (10 cm) measured from peak to peak.

Finished SizeAbout 24 x 32 in. (61 x 81 cm)

Materials List

  • 923-202 Lion Brand Ice Cream: Lemon Swirl balls 
  • Lion Brand Crochet Hook - Size G-6 (4 mm)  
  • Lion Brand Large-Eye Blunt Needles (Set of 6)

Don't forget to give this Cozy and Easy Crochet Baby Blanket a try next!

Blanket

  1. Ch 132.

  2. Row 1: Work 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 2 ch, *(sc2tog) twice, sc in next 2 ch, 2 sc in each of next 2 ch, sc in next 2 ch; rep from * to last 7 ch, (sc2tog) twice, sc in next 2 ch, 2 sc in last ch. At the end of Row 1, you will have 13 ripples.

  3. Row 2: Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, sc in next 2 sts, *(sc2tog) twice, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in each of next 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts; rep from * to last 7 sts, (sc2tog) twice, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in last st.

  4. Rep Row 2 until piece measures about 32 in. (81.5 cm) from beginning.

  5. Fasten off.

Finishing

  1. Weave in ends.

Abbreviations

sc2tog (sc 2 sts together)
Insert hook into st and draw up a loop. Insert hook into next st and draw up a loop. Yarn over, draw through all 3 loops on hook – 1 st decreased.

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I shared this pattern with my Aunt, I have never made it. We can not undersstand how much yarn would be needed for the Cutest Chevron Stroller Blankie. Thank you !

So lovely!

I love the ripple or chevron stitch! It is really one of my favorite patterns to make. I love to change the colors I use and make many different afghans. This stroller blankie is so cute, just the right size for a new baby. You can make it with any colors you like, and any yarn you like. What colors would you use to make this?

The rating on this project is correct. The chevron, or ripple design is one of the easiest ones to make. It was the very first pattern I used to make my first afghan. If you use a variegated or ombr yarn, it will stripe it's self. This is a smaller size so it will be done in no time.

Super cute stroller blanket. I think this size would also work great for car seats or just a lap baby in general. New babies love to be swaddled and given lots of attention. Lion brand yarns are great to use and come in a variety of colors. This pattern is definitely a keeper and I will be making one soon.

Can be one of those collectible baby blankets. I have started making a ripple baby blankie for a forthcoming grandniece/nephew. Thanks for the pattern which is just on the front page.

What are the multiples for this if I want to make a larger size? Thanks

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