Do you want to expand your crochet skills and create a unique blanket? A chevron pattern will be it! Learn to crochet a modern chevron blanket with the simple blanket pattern below! Are you looking for more chevron blanket designs? Try the Easy Crochet favorite Wonders Chevron throw or the Chevron Single Crochet Blanket too.
I am so excited for you to try this pattern since it is one of my all-time favorites. Have fun and happy crocheting!
Simple Chevron Crochet Blanket Pattern
This is the perfect throw blanket for your home since it’s easy to work up and has a neutral color palette that works for most spaces!Learn how to crochet this chevron blanket today with my free pattern, and you’ll have a beautiful afghan fast!
Make This Chevron Stitch Pattern in Different Sizes!
This chevron afghan is available to make in all sizes (directions are below on how to do this!) and uses a single crochet chevron technique. Read on down to learn how to crochet a chevron throw today with my free pattern!
The Neutral Colors of This Chevron Throw Fit in Any Room
I designed this blanket to be the perfect throw for any room because of the neutral and natural-looking colors! If you are making this throw for a gift these neutral and safe colors would be perfect! You could also pick out a new color of yarn to match your room and make the blanket personalized just for you.
Check Out Some of My Other Chevron Crochet Blanket Designs
If you like this blanket design, you probably will also like some of my other chevron designs too!
The Yarn That’s Perfect for This Chevron Blanket Pattern!
To make my blanket, I used my favorite yarn Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand because of the great selection of colors and how well it holds up in the washing machine! The chevron design looks great with a mix of colors so be sure to have fun designing your new blanket!
Learn more about Vanna’s Choice Yarn in my free guide.
Other Crochet Blankets You May Like
If you like this the style of this chevron ripple blanket, you may like my other crochet blanket the Neutral Striped Blanket that I designed in March. I guess I have a thing for neutrals! This particular blanket would be considered intermediate, but once you get the flow of the stitch pattern you will have this beauty done in no time!
Are You Ready to Get Started?
If you are ready to tackle this chevron crochet blanket, go grab your crochet hook and get ready! Just keep on scrolling down for the full, FREE Chevron Crochet Blanket Pattern & photo tutorial!
Chevron Crochet Blanket Pattern
Skill Level: Intermediate
To make the lap size version you will need.
- Five skeins of Lion Brand Yarn, Vanna’s Choice Yarn.
- I used (2) dark grey heather, (1) oatmeal, (1) grey marble, and (1) barley.
- Size J crochet hook 6.00 MM
- Yarn needle
- Gauge is 16 st’s for every 4″
- Finished Size is approximately 38” x 24” when using a beginning ch of
101 (I use this size as a throw over the back of the chair)
- If you would like to make a sample to practice on ch 17 + 16 st and
follow along with the pattern
- Your sc 3 in one st will always be in the 2nd sc of the sc3 from the
previous row (this will make your hump)
- If you would like to make this blanket smaller or larger start with a beginning chain that is a multiple of 17. For example: 17, 34, 51, 68, 85, 102, 119, 136, 153, 170, 187, 204, 221, 238, 255, 272, 289, 306, 323, and 340 and then add on an additional 16 chains to whichever length you have chosen.
- Written in standard US terms.
Here are the abbreviations I use
- ch= chain
- sc= single crochet
- st= stitch
- sc2tog = single crochet two stitches together
FOUNDATION ROW: with the first color of your choice ch 101 or whatever length you have chosen. I started with dark grey heather.
ROW 1: starting in the second chain from hook sc2tog, 1 sc in each of next 5 ch’s, sc 3 times in next ch, *1 sc in the next 7 ch’s, skip next 2 ch, 1 sc in next 7 ch’s, sc 3 times in next ch. Repeat from * across until you are left with 7 chains, single crochet into the next five and then sc2tog. (100)
ROW 2: ch 1, starting in the 1st st sc2tog, make 1 sc in each of next 5 st, sc 3 times in next st, *1 sc in the next 7 st, skip next 2 st, 1 sc in next 7 st, sc 3 times in next st. Repeat from * across until you are left with 7 st then sc once into the next five and finally sc2tog. (100)
ROW 3 – 19: repeat row 2.
ROW 20: change colors (I used oatmeal), repeat row 2
ROW 21- 39: repeat row 2
ROW 40: change colors (I used barley), repeat row 2
ROW 41-59: repeat row 2.
ROW 60: change colors (I used grey marble), repeat row 2.
ROW 61-79: repeat row 2.
ROW 80: change colors (I used dark grey heather), repeat row 2.
ROW 81-99: repeat Row 2 for the rest of the blanket.
FINISHING: Fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends throughout the blanket with a yarn needle.
Blocking Your New Blanket
You may need to block your blanket to get it to lay flat. I suggest wet blocking with this yarn because it is acrylic.
Wet Blocking: Wash or submerge your item entirely in water. Roll out and towel dry. Pin down to a blocking board or lay flat on a towel. Let the item air dry.
Steam Blocking: Lay the item down on a flat surface. Cover your item with a wet towel. Using an iron or steamer slowly press against the wet washcloth to create steam. Shape your item as you go. Let dry. This method is recommended for natural yarn products versus acrylic yarn.
Spray Blocking: Lay item flat on a towel or blocking board. Spray with a water bottle while shaping as you go. You may pin to a blocking board if you’d like. Let dry.
You Are Done
If you prefer video tutorials, you can also find me over on YouTube!
You May Also Like
If you love simple patterns like the one above then you will love the Modern Ripple which is an easy chevron crochet baby blanket!
You may even want to crochet the blanket above into a crochet chevron baby blanket using a smaller starting chain! The possibilities are endless!