Chevron Blanket (3 options)
Do you want to learn how to crochet a Chevron Blanket? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, in the last tutorial we teach the Crochet Tutu Dress (see more) and if you like the first tutorial you will love this perfect and cute Chevron Blanket.
I love Chevron Blanket, because of the many different design and color combinations that are possible! I think that’s why I can’t stop making them! Growing up, my grandmother made so many for everyone in our families.
The following blankest are made by Laurie Richardson most have been made with Red Heart Super Saver (RHSS)* and an I 5.5mm size crochet hook.
RHSS in white (2-7oz. skeins) 6 rows on the ends and 2 in the middle, turquoise (2-7oz. skeins) 2 rows and macaw (2-10 oz skeins) 10 rows. Starting chain 177, approximately 34×36 inches.
I used all red heart super saver in turquoise (2-7oz skeins-2 rows) and anthracite ombré (4-10 oz skeins-8 rows). My starting chain was 235 and it’s about 48×60 with an I(5.5) hook
RHSS in gold (1-7oz skein) 2 rows, grey heather (1-5oz skein) 6 rows, soapstone (2-5oz skeins) 10 rows and soft white (1-7oz skein) 2 rows, and 6 rows at beginning and end. Starting chain 177, approximately 34×40 inches.
She made different versions of the chevron blanket too! You can see them here.
I love working handmade pieces because in fact they give an incredible charm to any environment, I like to see crochet as the art of creativity, it’s i’m in the business to undertake, work my mind, my balance and all my will to grow.
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This crochet blanket is soooo pretty. Where do I find the instructions. patern?