Chevron Baby Blanket. Crochet blankets have become popular for a variety of reasons. They are cozy, warm and stylish all at the same time. Also, they are easy to make. In this blog post, we’ll teach you how to crochet a Chevron blanket using basic crochet stitches.

    This Chevron Crochet Blanket is a simple, easy-to-follow pattern that will take less than an hour to make. It’s perfect for using up leftover yarn, and the finished blanket is so soft it’ll make you want to snuggle into it every time you sit down.

    Chevron Baby Blanket. To make this blanket you will need:
    -About 220 meters of fingering wire in light blue, dark blue and yellow (or any other color that works well together)

    • Crochet hook size G/6
      -point marker
    • Measuring tape or ruler
      -Sewing needle
    Chevron Baby Blanket
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    This Chevron Crochet Blanket is a quick and easy project that uses basic crochet stitches. It’s perfect for using up leftover yarn or for adding some color and interest to your home. The pattern is simple to follow and only requires 3 colors of crochet thread (black, brown and white). The blanket is worked in the round from bottom to top, so it’s a great way to use up all your scrap yarn while also making one big piece.


    -350 yards [297 meters] of black, brown and white crochet thread
    -1 large crochet hook (8mm)

    • Point markers


    1. Start by crocheting the foundation chain (chain) using black yarn. You will need 106 chains. Do not join the ends of the chain yet.
    2. Next, work 2 single crochets into the top of each chain from Step 1. You should now have a total of 108 stitches. Note: This is NOT your final stitch count – you will add an extra stitch at the end to create the Chevron design. Continue crocheting in this manner until you reach the desired length or until all strands are gone (whichever comes first). Make sure you keep track of your starting chain so you can start over at Step 1 if needed. When you’re done, break off any remaining strands, leaving a long one.

    This Chevron Crochet Blanket is a perfect way to use up any leftover yarn! It’s easy to do and only takes a few hours to complete. If you’re new to crochet, this pattern would be a great place to start. The finished blanket measures approximately 66 inches wide by 92 inches long.

    Beginners can knit a simple Chevron crochet blanket with this tutorial. The blanket is knitted in the round from bottom to top and ends with a scallop border. When you’re ready to complete your project, check out our video for tips on creating the Chevron pattern.

    Mount 120 points. Gather to knit in the round, being careful not to twist the stitches.
    Line 1 (RS): K1, p1; repeat along the line.

    Line 2: Purl.

    Repeat rows 1 and 2 for the entire width of the blanket. Finish off with a rolled stitch at the end of row 54 or when desired size is reached. Weave in all ends loosely.

    Crochet is a centuries-old tradition that can easily be adapted to the modern day. It’s a great way to use up scraps of fabric and it’s also a great way to unwind after a long day. If you don’t know how to crochet, there are many tutorials available online.

    Learn how to make Chevron Baby Blanket:

    Access the free pattern / Chevron Baby Blanket

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