Chevron Knitted Baby Blanket – Ideas and Free Patterns

Chevron knitted blankets with their graphic designs are making a comeback and becoming increasingly popular. These revived classic patterns are perfect accessories for babies. It’s time to embrace them! Cotton yarns are soft and cuddly and come in a variety of luscious colors. If you don’t know where to begin, Chevron Knitted Baby Blanket Ideas will surely inspire you to grab your needles. Bright and cheerful designs will look exquisite in a cot or a pram. You can also use them while relaxing on the beach and in the garden. Moreover, they are quick and easy projects that will make a perfect gift for newborn babies. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections for knitters: Knitted Ripple Baby Blankets and Easy Knitted Shawls.

Chevron Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This modern chevron blanket pattern uses worsted cotton in order to create a soft and cuddly texture. Delicate colors will surely work for both girls and boys. And be a perfect accessory to any nursery, undoubtedly. Try today!

Level: beginner Author: Purl Soho

The original pattern and the photos are on Purl Soho. More info on Ravelry.

A Tisket A Tasket Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Do you remember the classic nursery rhyme “A-tisket, a-tasket, a green and yellow basket”? Without a doubt! With a lacy design and basket weave pattern, this blanket by Shannon Dunbabin will be an ideal gift for baby showers. Along with the song!

Level: intermediate  Author: Shannon Dunbabin

The original pattern and the photos are on Cascade Yarns. More info on Ravelry.

Easy Knit Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Easy chevron knitted blankets with free patterns are everyone’s favorites, right? Obviously! Even experienced crafters need relaxing projects for evening sessions with their beloved TV shows. Add this awesome design by Shannon Dunbabin to your list of things to try!

Level: intermediate  Author: Shannon Dunbabin

The original pattern and the photos are on The Sweater Collective. The top photo is on Instagram.

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