Simple Chevron Blanket

Simple Chevron Blanket

Add brilliant pops of color to your home with an easy chevron crochet blanket.

Simple Chevron Blanket
Simple Chevron Blanket
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Bring in spring with this Simple Chevron Blanket that is easy to work up and has just the right amount of color to brighten up any room in the house. Chevron is a popular pattern, which makes this easy crochet blanket pattern even more attractive than it already is. You can't go wrong with lots of bright colors, a single crochet chevron pattern, and a fun reminder of your great hobby. Your living room is probably screaming for just the right pop of color, and you just found it with this easy crochet chevron tutorial.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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


Other Awesome Chevron Crochet Blanket Patterns

Chevron stitch crochet patterns are a fun way to add some visual interest and retro vibes to your living space. Crocheting chevron designs is usually pretty easy for stitchers familiar with basic crochet stitches, but ready to tackle a slightly more complicated tutorial. Chevron crochet is also known as the ripple stitch due to the rippling texture created by the chevron's zigzags. Once you've crocheted the Simple Crochet Blanket and are addicted to the delightfully mindless chevron stitch, work up one of these other chevron crochet blanket patterns.

  1. Addicted to Chevron Afghan - Use any two colors of worsted weight yarn to work up this bold and beautiful chevron crochet afghan pattern.

  2. The Best Chevron Blanket - The chevron stripes of this pattern are softer than in most chevron designs, giving this blanket a serene ripple effect.

  3. Triple Ripple Crochet Afghan Pattern - This light and breezy blanket features a chevron design in bright colors worked up with an airy stitch.

  4. Rainbow Ripple Baby Blanket - Work up a cute and colorful ripple blanket in gender-neutral colors for the perfect gift for any new mom and baby.

  5. Tricolored Crochet Chevron Afghan Pattern - Doesn't this serene, rippling chevron blanket remind you of a beach? This neutral afghan is a great way to showcase your stitching skills.

  6. Textured Chevron Throw - Create a thick and squishy afghan to curl up under using front post treble crochet stitches that give the pattern a cool texture.

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I'm working on a chevron blanket right now and the ends of the rows keep increasing. It is a terrible pattern and it seems as though if I keep going, my blanket will just end up looking like a triangle. I am going to ditch that pattern and start over with this one which looks so much easier.

As a rule, I dont like Chevron afghans (I lived through the 1970s), but this one really catches my eye. The gorgeous colors and varied widths of the rows make it very different from most Chevron projects Ive seen. This would make an interesting bag or even a pillow, too. Theres nothing surprising in the instructions themselves. I actually liked this project so much I downloaded the .pdf. It probably wont make me a convert, but Im definitely a fan of this one.


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