Easy V-Stitch Crochet Blanket Pattern

Are you looking for an easy v stitch crochet blanket? Do you love quick and easy patterns? If so, then this v stitch blanket is for you! If you can double crochet, then you can crochet this blanket quickly. Make this simple double crochet v stitch blanket today with the free crochet blanket pattern below!

Are you looking for even more free crochet blanket patterns? You should try my chunky crochet throw, neutral chevron or search my blanket archive for even more designs.

I am excited for you to try this simple v-stitch blanket pattern! Happy Crocheting!

V-Stitch Crochet Pattern With Basic Crochet Stitches

If you are looking for quick patterns then this double crochet V -stitch blanket might be it! If you know how to double crochet, then you can crochet up this design in just a couple of days which in crochet time which really means hardly any time at all.

The double crochet which is a basic beginner stitch is easy to crochet and makes the blanket crochet up fast.

Ready to get started? Scroll on down to find the full FREE crochet afghan pattern using the v stitch.

The Inspiration Behind This Easy V-Stitch Crochet Blanket

My son A asked me for a blanket for his (also his brothers) room, so he had something to keep cozy while reading. I had made my other son a color-blocked throw which meant it was his turn to have his own too!

He is loving Harry Potter now and reads every day! Yep, proud mama here. If he asks for a blanket to read, I am most definitely going to oblige him! Since his room is a gray, navy, and white sports theme, we wanted a blanket that would go with that color scheme.

So, we picked (OK, he did) the matching colors in yarn from Lion Brand and I had the green light to get started!  The yarn for this post was generously supplied by my friends over at Lion Brand Yarn! Thank you!

The Yarn That’s Perfect for The V Stitch Double Crochet Blanket

We decided to go with the Color Made Easy yarn line because of the current color choices plus I never can pass up a great #5 bulky yarn! It is a five weight yarn and has amazing color choices to pick from.

If you have ever worked with Woolspun from Lion Brand, this yarn has a very similar feel and look to that line. Ultimately, we ended up with the colors Shade, Birch, and Huckleberry, which matches his & his brothers’ room perfectly!

(Click the yarn images below to buy each color)

Lion Brand Color Made Easy Huckleberry
Lion Brand Color Made Easy Birch
Lion Brand Color Made Easy Shade

Need a substitute yarn? Try the Hue & Me yarn line from Lion Brand, which is also a bulky 5 yarn that has amazing colors too!

So now that you picked your favorite yarn colors and decided on making this blanket, it is time to get started! Keep on scrolling down to find the pattern to learn how to do the v-stitch in crochet and a full list of supplies.

This simple & classic v-stitch crochet blanket pattern is quick to work up and creates a beautiful textured looking piece! Enjoy and Happy V-Stitch Crocheting!

Double Crochet V-Stitch Blanket Pattern

Skill Level: Easy


  • Color Made Easy by Lion Brand = yardage is listed below for each color only for blanket shown. Yardage for total yarn is listed further down for different sizes, or any bulky 5 yarn.
  • Crochet Hook: K 6.5 mm Crochet Hook (I used a Boye Ergonomic Crochet Hook)
  • Yarn needle

Blanket Sizes & Yarn Yardage

  • Small Throw Blanket = 35″ x 48″ Ch 68 and work 65 rows. 1,000 yards (914 m) 
    • Yarn needed for Throw Size: Birch = <247 yards or 1 skein, Huckleberry = <494 yards or 2 skeins, Shade = <494 yards or 2 skeins
  • Twin Blanket = 59″ x 85″ Ch 154 and work 85 rows.  2,620 yards (2,395 m)
  • Queen Blanket = 80″ x 90″  Ch 204 and work 90 rows. 3,700 yards (3,383 m)
  • King Blanket = 96″ x 90″ = Ch 244 and work 90 rows 4,440 yards (4,060 m)


  •  6 stitches for every 4″  or 6 double crochets

Finished Size

  • 34.5″ width x 48″ length (throw size).
  • Change the size by using an even # starting chain. I don’t have the size listed for a v stitch baby blanket but it would be easy to adjust the pattern for by changing the starting chain.



  • Written in standard US terms 
  • Read up on my tutorial on how to change colors in crochet because it will come in handy for this blanket design.
  • I did carry the yarn through with the birch row & huckleberry small rows, so I didn’t have to weave in those ends, but the rest of the rows I followed the method above. 
  • Yarn yardage will change when making a different size than the one shown.

Easy Double Crochet V-Stitch Crochet Pattern

Foundation Row: Ch 68 with Grey (or if you’d prefer to make this pattern smaller or larger any even # of a starting chain will work)

Row 1: In the fourth ch (counts as a ch 3) from the hook make 2 dcs, sk a ch, * in the next ch make 2 dcs, sk a ch, rep from * across the row ending with a sk ch, then dc in the last st, turn. (65)

Row 2: Ch 3, *Working between the two dcs from the row before make 2 dcs in between them (it makes a V!) Do you see it?, rep from * across ending with 1 dc into the top of the ch 3 from the row before, turn. (65)

Row 3- 65: Repeat Row 2. Follow the color guidelines below to change colors for rows. (65)

  • Row 15: Grey
  • Row 16: White
  • Row 17 Navy
  • Row 18 White
  • Row 19-47: Navy
  • Row 48: White
  • Row 49: Navy
  • Row 50 White
  • Row 51- 65: Grey
Step by step v stitch tutorial by Easy Crochet - Free Crochet Tutorial!
Visual Steps to this Pattern

After Row 65: Fasten off yarn the ends and weave in thee ends throughout the blanket.

You did it! You are now done with your v stitch blanket pattern! See how easy it was? I hope you liked this blanket pattern and learned how to crochet a v stitch. If you have any questions about the pattern, please feel free to comment below.

More Free Crochet Blanket Patterns

The Jane Throw

If you liked this blanket, then you will LOVE the Jane Throw blanket too. I can’t wait for you to check it out.

PS: Looking for something a little different? You should try one of these seven bobble stitch patterns! Happy Crocheting!


  1. Cindy Oyler says:

    I wonder do you not add a border to feel finished off on your V stitch blankets?

  2. Using the same colors and design how many skeins for a twin size blanket. Thanks

    1. Hi Pam,
      The recommended yardage is listed in the pattern in the beginning for a couple of different sizes. Happy Crocheting!


  3. on the fishbone afghan you keep using the letter A, I am a novice in, and what is that a suppose mean. Love to try this afghan.Thanks for listening

    1. Hi Phyllis,
      I am not sure what you mean? Could you show me the part of the pattern you are talking about?


  4. Shirley Caldwell says:

    I would like to see the pattern for the pink scarf I just saw the video on. You used 2 balls of wool together. You said the pattern would be below but it wasn’t there.

  5. Shirley Caldwell says:

    I love all of your patterns.

  6. Bettyann Martin says:

    Love your v stitch afghan. Could it be done with worsted weight yarn also? Thanks for the pattern

  7. I love your pattern I will try it

  8. Krista, what a beautiful pattern! I love these colors for a boy, but it would be so easy to switch up the blue and grey with other colors to make it work for a girl also. I’ve been looking for something to make for my newly teenaged nephew who just got his own room and I think this is it! Thank you for the free pattern!!

    1. Thank you Susan! It would look awesome with other colors too for sure. You are so welcome and thank you for leaving such a nice comment. 🙂


  9. Awesome colors! Thanks for sharing…need to make this one soon!

  10. Wow! I love this blanket. The V-Stitch is one of my favourite stitches. I just love the colourway you used. Thanks for sharing

  11. Lovinging your designs,could we have more free baby patterns

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