Free Crochet Chevron Blanket Patterns

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Crochet chevrons, ripples, or zigzags – they all consist of valleys and peaks. They can be soft or sharp. Whatever their size or shape, they are beautiful. The classic chevron motif is perfect for beginners because it uses basic stitches only. Its style is timeless! These exemplary Crochet Chevron Blanket ideas will prove that as they show the true beauty of chevrons. Colorful blankets will brighten up any room. Do you need it in your baby’s nursery or in the master bedroom? The blankets can be perfect handmade gifts because they are very versatile. Moreover, chevrons have a great texture and look well in any yarn, so they can even be ideal stash-busting projects. So many possibilities, right? Evidently! Isn’t it exciting? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Rainbow Blankets and Mosaic Blankets.

free chevron crochet blanket patterns

1. 6-Day Sweetheart Rainbow Baby Blanket

Betty doesn’t stop with her creative journey of coming up with new 6-Day motif ideas. This time her new design is a baby blanket in rainbow colors and adorable pointy edging. If you’re a fan of this combination, make sure to follow her instructions to create your own version. Rainbow colors look great, but if you have other ideas, don’t hesitate to try them!

Level: upper beginner Author: Betty McKnit

chevron blanket in mixed crochet stitches

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2. Sandstone Shadows Blanket

A classic chevron blanket will be a timeless addition to your home. Jess’ eye for colors is one of a kind, so look closely at how she built this palette. As you can see, she chose earthy tones with pops of pink and blue, but what makes it so nice is the black in between. The contrast creates a dramatic look and makes it more modern.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jess Coppom

chevron blanket in contrasting colors

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3. Chevron Fade

This color palette is a work of art! Doesn’t it make you think about stunning sunsets at the beach? The timeless chevron motif is brought to life by this combination of fiery shades. If you need a stylish throw on your porch, you know what to do. Follow Beata Jezek’s instructions!

Level: upper beginner Author: Beata Jezek

Crocheted Chevron Throw

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4. Chevron Breeze Afghan

The classic chevron blanket looks not only sweet but also modern and stylish. Bright candy colors show off the great texture of this gem by Yarnspirations Design Studio. Every birthday girl would love a crocheted blanket like this one!

Level: beginner Author: Yarnspirations Design Studio

Chevron Afghan

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5. Waterfall Ripple Blanket

This gorgeous blanket is crocheted in panels first and then joined together. Choose your favorite color sets or go for a solid shade instead. We stand by Naztazia’s choice, this lime green is electric! Do you love it as well? Crochet some chevron blankets to figure out your preferences. We are curious!

Level: beginner Author: Naztazia

Crocheted Ripple Blanket

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6. The Merrick Blanket

Have you ever tried this stitch? It guarantees hypnotizing effects, without a doubt! Every fan of classic patterns for crochet blankets will fall in love with this project by Meghan Ballmer. What color combinations will you go for first?

Level: upper beginner Author: Meghan Ballmer

Crochet Blanket

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7. Eldoris Chevron Blanket

Delightful chevrons in delightful colors! If you feel your best around warm shades, you are certainly a fan of the color combination the author behind Knitting with Chopsticks went for in this project. Will you recreate it? Try!

Level: upper beginner Author: Knitting with Chopsticks

Chevron Blanket

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8. Marled Crochet Chevron Blanket

This color palette is a dream come true! Certainly for all the artistic souls who love the ombre effect in crochet projects. If you like experimenting with original yarns, this pattern is for you. We think you will keep it in your repertoire for a long time!

Level: upper beginner Author: Christine Laukaitis

Crochet Chevron Blanket

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