Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket Pattern

If you love chevron patterns and are you looking for a fun but beautiful baby blanket, then you’ll want to try this easy pattern! This baby blanket pattern uses a simple stitch repeat and works up fast, so you can make a blanket for a baby shower or gift in no time.

chevron crochet baby blanket

Are you planning on making more baby blankets? Try the reader’s favorite Striped Blanket, Sea Soft Blanket, or search the baby pattern archives for more inspiration.

Find the free baby chevron blanket crochet pattern below!

Chevron Crochet Pattern Baby Blanket

Take a look below at the stitches and yarn you’ll want to have on hand to be able to crochet this blanket. I do want to mention that this blanket is considered an intermediate skill level, but if you are a beginner who wants to be adventurous, then you may wan to give it a go.

The Stitches

I think you’ll love how quick this blanket is to work up since it uses basic stitches.

The Yarn

I probably mention this a lot here on the blog but Lion Brand, Feels like Butta is one of the best yarns for baby items. It’s soft and easy to care for, which is a must for a blanket that will be used constantly.

The Yarn Colors in This Crochet Blanket

For this blanket, I decided to go with soft neutral colors. I picked the yarn colors Ice Blue, Pale Grey & White because I loved how muted they were!

How Much Yarn Will I Need?

The regular sized skeins are 100 grams vs. the bonus bundles that have 275 grams. This whole blanket only takes 269 grams, so you could actually get away with using one bonus bundle of this yarn as long as the gauge is followed correctly!

Substitute Yarn

Want to use a different yarn? If you’d like to substitute a yarn, any four weight yarn would work, but keep in mind that the Feels like Butta is a thinner four weight yarn so getting the gauge exactly like recommended may be harder. If you have trouble getting the gauge, try a 3 weight yarn instead, like Feels like Heaven.

Are You Ready to Get Started on Your New Favorite Baby Blanket Pattern?

I can’t promise that this chevron crochet pattern will be your new favorite, but I am hoping that it does.

Read on down for the full, free design and be sure to tag me on Instagram or share in the Easy Crochet Facebook Group if you do make it!

Happy Chevron Blanket Making!

Chevron Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate


  • Feels Like Butta Yarn from Lion Brand Yarn in:
    • Pale Grey – about 2 skeins or less than 200 grams
    • White – about 2 skeins or less than 150 grams
    • Ice – about 2 skeins or less than 200 grams
  • Crochet hook size F 3.75 mm (or whatever hook size is needed for gauge)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Crochet Stitches & Abbreviations

  • ch = chain
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • sk = skip
  • sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together (video tutorial below)
  • sc(s) = single crochet(s)


  • 21 sts x  10 rows = 5” x 5″. Chain 21 and follow the pattern as written below for 10 rows.
  • Use a hook size that gets you this gauge. All crocheters crochet slightly different, be it tighter or looser, so you may need a different size crochet hook to get the same gauge.
  • Learn about why gauge is important when crocheting.

Finished Size

  • Approximately 30″ X 35″ inch baby blanket size stroller blanket
  • How to Change Sizes: Change sizes by using a multiple of 21 + 20. So, that means that you will need to use a starting chain in a multiple of 21. For example,21,42,63,84,105,126,147,168,189,210,231,252,273 etc. then add 20 chains to that total.
  • or use our Blanket Resizing Calculator.


Pattern Steps

The pattern as shown in the pictures is using a starting chain of 105 + 20 (or you can use a multiple of 21 +20 starting chains to make it any size)

  • Row 1: sk the first ch, sc 2 tog, sc once in each of the next 7 chs, sc 3 x in the next ch, *sc once in each of the next 9 ch’s, sk 2 chs, sc once in each of the next 9 chs sc 3x in the next ch, repeat from * across until you are left with 9 sts, finish by sc once in each of the next 7 chs, sc 2 tog, turn.
  • Row 2: Ch 1, sc 2 tog, sc once in each of the next 7 sts, sc 3 x into the next st, *sc once in each of the next 9 sts, sk 2 st’s, sc once in each of the next 9 st’s sc 3x in the next st, repeat from * until you are left with 9 sts, sc once in each of the next 7 sts, sc 2 tog, turn.
  • Row 3: – repeat row 2 for the remainder of the pattern, switching yarn colors as indicated below.

Color Pattern for This Blanket

  • Row 1 – 6 = grey
  • Row 7 – 13 = ice
  • Row 14 – 15 = white
  • Row 16 – 21 = grey
  • Row 22 – 23 = white
  • Row 24 – 30 = ice
  • Row 31 – 32 = white
  • Row 33 – 38 = grey
  • Row 39 – 40 = white
  • Row 41 – 47 = ice
  • Row 48 – 49 = white
  • Row 50 – 55 = grey
  • Row 56 – 57 = white
  • Row 58 – 64 = ice
  • Row 65 – 70 = grey

Optional: Border of The Blanket

Do not fasten off yarn at the end of your project.

Join in the white yarn, turn your work and crochet sc’s evenly across the entire last row. At the end of the row work three sc’s into the last st to make a corner, continue sc down the whole side of the blanket evenly into the side of each row.

At every corner, do three sc’s and continue this pattern along the entire outside of the blanket. You can do two rounds of a single crochet border, or just one. Either way would look lovely!

After the border, there is only one thing left to do. Use a yarn needle to weave in all the ends of the blanket.

Blocking Your Blanket

The chevron stitch does tend to take on a wave-like appearance, so I’d recommend blocking your finished blanket. You can use the blocking techniques I talked about in my post “how to block crochet” to help you with this part.

More Free Crochet Blanket Patterns

See how easy it was? I love how this chevron stitch worked up with the higher peaks, which is what I was hoping to achieve.

I designed something similar, called the Neutral Chevron Blanket, which is also a crochet chevron blanket but with smaller peaks or if you’d like a chevron that works up faster you might like my chunky chevron blanket too!

You may also like these baby blanket patterns as well!

single crochet chevron baby blanket pattern


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  3. Hello Krista,
    I’ve never been good at figuring out the amount of chains to start out with.
    Can you please tell me how many chains to start with for a blanket about 45”-50” doesn’t have to be exact??


    1. Hi Kathie,

      There is no reason, It is just how I designed the pattern. You could change that up if you’d like a more uniform look to the color blocks.

      Happy Crocheting!


    1. Hi Mary,

      It’s a 5″ x 5″ sample swatch that is worked up by chaining 21 and following the pattern as written for 10 rows.

      If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer them.


  4. I’m having a problem with the ending of each row. I never have enough stitches. I’m sure it’s because of the single crochet two together which I don’t understand. Then of course when I turn the project there’s not enough stitches in the first group. I ripped it out so many times but just can’t get it right.

    1. Hi Nancy,

      There is a video tutorial in the sidebar (on desktop) and if you are on mobile it will be at the bottom of the post that explains how to crochet the first few rows. For any clarifications, please feel free to ask!

      Happy Crocheting!


  5. I am new to crocheting and practiced this pattern and love it!! I am looking to make a wedding gift blanket could you suggest how many stitches I would need and how much yarn I would be needed?
    Thank you!

    1. Hi Paula,

      You’d to start with 230 stitches by 100 rows to get a 50″ x 50″ wide blanket. If you are using the same yarn you’d need about 7 to 8 skeins of yarn.
      Happy crocheting!


  6. I’m having trouble changing colours. When I use a new colour the previous color can still be seen in the new row. How did you change the colours? I read the “how to change colors in crochet” article but i’m having trouble since I change the colors at the sc2tog.

    1. Good morning,

      When changing with the sc2tog it is very similar to a regular change. Before pulling through the last group of stitches you drop the old yarn color and pick up the new one to pull through to finish. Some color may show through on this but not too much.


  7. I LOVE this blanket and have some yarn I was given. I’m new to crocheting, I’m will this pattern work with bigger yarn/hook, like 8mm hook?

    1. Hi Lindsay,
      It would work, but it will turn out bigger since you are using a bigger hook. I say go for it and see how it looks. 🙂

      Happy Crocheting!


      1. Awesome! I’ve been practicing with bernat baby blanket size 8mm and am Justin LOVE with the pattern so far, especially as a beginner! Thank you for posting it!!

  8. Hi! First I love this pattern. So easy to follow. I made this pattern as the first his I EVER crocheted and it came out super small (like 23×30). I figured it was bc I was learning and probably right in my gauge. Im now a LOT more experienced and I’m trying to make it again. I m using a 4.5mm hook and I’m not right in my tension at all, but after 4 rows completed, it is only 23” wide and on track to be about 30” long (same as last time). What am I doing wrong. My test square came out and 5”wide and 3.5” high

    1. Hi! The gauge is 21 stitches x 10 rows = 5” x 5″. I’d suggest trying a different sized crochet hook to get that gauge. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.


      1. Hi thanks, but I still don’t think it’s me. I’m now a 5mm hook and added 21 stitches and I just hit the 30” (I’m now slightly over). There’s not way I could be this far off.

      2. Hi Rebecca,

        Since we all crochet a little differently or may use a different yarn then suggested in a pattern I always advise using a hook that is best for the individual to get the gauge of a pattern. I’d suggest making a gauge swatch of 21+20 by 10 rows This should yield a size of approximately 10″ wide by 5″ high. You may need to try this with a few hook sizes to get the gauge that’s needed. If you have any more questions I’d be happy to help.


  9. For the three single crochets used in the border, is that for every peak at the top and bottom or just in the principal four outer corners of the blanket? Thanks.

  10. Are you crocheting in the back loop only for this blanket? I watched your tutorial and that is what it looks like. Does that really make a difference in how this blanket looks? I am new to crocheting and trying to follow along.

    1. Hi,
      I am crocheting through both loops for this pattern. The first row is usually crocheting through only one loop on patterns because you are working into the initial chain. Hope this helps. 🙂


  11. Hi,I have a question about the multiples. The written pattern states multiples of 21+20 but in your tutorial you say 20+21. Which is right?

  12. Do you have a video of this being done? I have ripped out and started over about as many times as this thing has stitches. I keep doing something wrong.


  13. Hi couple questions I’m using a 4 hook and do u do 2 together at the beinging of each round? I feel like it’s not lining up correctly? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you.


  14. When it says to crochet evenly across for the border, does it mean a sc in each stitch or continue with the skipping and increasing like the previous rows?

  15. Hi.
    Thankyou for this pattern. I love it.
    I’m using a larger hook…… a 5mm and I have increased the starting chain but the blanket is still only measuring 25” and not 30” as you stated. I know I’ve still to add the border but am I doing something wrong? Thankyou in advance.

  16. I have started this blanket, but it is not fillng in, there is a big space between the chain 3 and the skip 2

    1. Hi Judith,
      There is a small space between where the chain two is but it shouldn’t be significant. You can see the space in my images of the blankets to get an idea of what it should look like when it is worked up.

      Happy Crocheting!


  17. I have started this project a few times. Is it normal for it to curl so much, or i smy tension too tight?
    Thank you

  18. I am excited to make this for my first baby! I am a little newer at crocheting… so maybe it is just me but I don’t get where it says Row 3: – repeat row 3 for the remainder of the pattern switching colors as indicated below.

    Should row 3 have other instructions? Or does it mean repeat row 2 for the rest of the pattern?

  19. Row 3 on this pattern say to repeat Row 3 for the rest of the blanket, changing colors. Shouldn’t it say: Repeat Row 2?

  20. I have started this chevron baby blanket three times. I am not getting a V pattern. You said you updated the pattern. Was there an error and where is the update?

    1. Hi Kathleen,

      The V pattern is created by single crocheting three stitches in one stitch (top of the zig zag) and skipping two stitches at the bottom.

      I updated the pattern with the correct hook size (if you are referring to the comment section) It was left out when it was originally published.


  21. I am interested in making the baby chevron blanket, but I’m not seeing what size crochet hook to use?
    Thanks Cindy

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