Learning the chevron stitch in crochet is easy and fun! Follow the step-by-step chevron tutorial below, and you will be crocheting a chevron in no time at all!
Chevrons create amazing crochet designs and are great for all kinds of projects from hats to scarves! You could even make a crochet chevron blanket!
Scroll on down to find the easy chevron crochet pattern tutorial to get started today!
You’ll Love This Simple Chevron Stitch!
I love they way chevrons look in projects so much that last year I used the technique to make my Neutral Chevron Blanket. I also designed a unique dishcloth with this exact pattern too! Now back to the crochet chevron tutorial.
The Yarn for This Chevron Tutorial
I used a worsted weight yarn for my example, but if you have a different weight yarn that would work perfectly too! Just be sure to use the corresponding hook size to the weight of yarn you are using.
I would suggest trying Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice Yarn to get a result that is similar to this tutorial.
Learn How to Do an Easy Chevron Crochet Stitch Repeat
So what else do you think I should crochet up with this tutorial? Any ideas? I am thinking of making a fun chevron scarf or maybe even a hat with it! There are so many possibilities.
I can’t wait to see what you all come up with when using this stitch! I hope you enjoy this chevron tutorial and crochet lots of fun chevron projects!
Happy Crocheting Friends!
Simple Chevron Crochet Pattern
Skill Level: Intermediate
- I used worsted weight yarn (four) I suggest Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice!
- Size J crochet hook 6.00 MM
- Yarn needle
- sc = single crochet
- sk = skip
- st = stitch
- ch = chain
- sc2tog = single crochet two together
Written in standard US terms.
Foundation Row: start by chaining a multiple of 17, then add 16 sts to whatever length you have chosen. (my sample was 33)
Row 1: starting in the second ch from the hook sc2tog, sc once in the next 5 st’s then do 3 sc (makes the hump) in the next st. * sc once in the next 7 st’s, sk the next 2 sts. sc once in the next 7 st’s, 3 sc in the next st (hump) repeat from * until you are left with 7 sts, then sc once in the next 5 sts and sc2tog.
Row 2 – ?: ch 1, repeat row 1.
That’s It for This Chevron Crochet Tutorial
What did you think? Are you ready to make a ton of chevron projects now? If you do, please make sure to share them with me! 🙂
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Common Questions about Chevron Patterns
What is a Chevron Pattern or Chevron Shape?
A chevron pattern in crochet is a zigzag design that creates a ripple or wave with a top and bottom. There can be sharp chevrons or small chevrons as long as they create a zigzag shaped pattern.
Where Can I Learn How to Crochet a Chevron Blanket?
Learning to crochet a chevron blanket is easy. Use our easy to crochet and beginner-friendly chevron blanket design to make one for yourself.