18 Paid and Free Crochet Chevron Patterns To Try Today
by Kelsey Mlnarik
Chevrons are just such a fabulous stitch pattern, giving a nod to the history of the craft as well as providing a graphic pop for all projects.
Worked in solid colors or muted tones, the chevron can provide a subtle sense of texture; worked in bright color changes, it almost vibrates.
You can certainly find free chevron patterns and tutorials on the internet. Here’s one that is worked in single crochet only – slow work, but great for a beginner, for working while you’re watching TV, or for when your mind is otherwise wandering.
This one works out to a slightly different, looser-weave chevron pattern and uses single, half-double, double, and treble crochet. This pattern also includes instructions for a border.
This pattern adds extra visual interest to the classic chevron blanket by using a puff stitch, double crochet stitch, and a front post double crochet stitch. It also has large tassels hanging from the chevron points on the short edges of the blanket.
Done in sunny yellow and blue as designed, this is a perfect blanket for curling up when a summer breeze is blowing, or for spreading out to have a picnic.
This gorgeous afghan is built by connecting many chevron strips. Each strip is made from a full ball of sock yarn.
The muted color and dense weave make this a warm, cuddly blanket that anyone can enjoy using. If you're not a fan of working with super fine yarn, directions are also included for using other types of yarn.
This is an especially lacy, frilly take on a chevron blanket. It's finished with a ruffled edge and would be ideal for a girl's bedroom or as a decorative touch in a living room. It uses basic stitches and is suitable for confident beginners.
If you're looking for something a little more intricate and involved than a basic chevron, try this basket weave chevron blanket pattern. This stitch produces a blanket that is warm and richly textured. It's ideal for curling up on a cold afternoon or for use as a beautiful photo prop.
This vintage pattern comes right from the heyday of chevron crochet- the 1970s. It's a unique twist on the classic chevron design, featuring tier after frilly tier of lacy stitches. This super feminine blanket would be the centerpiece of a girl's room.
This cute and modern chevron bag is the perfect breezy tote for all of your summer adventures. Toss in a towel and your shades and take it down to the beach, or bring it to the farmer's market to carry your produce.
Crochet one of these chevron beanies and stay warm and stylish this winter. This hat has a ribbed brim, narrow chevron stripes, and a fuzzy pom-pom on top. It comes in six sizes from baby to adult, so you can make a matching set for the whole family. It would also make a great gift!
This chevron blanket pattern features repeating rows of different stitches with a raised line of stitches running through each peak and valley. The result is a beautifully textured blanket that looks unique without being busy or distracting.
The example blanket is lovely in a combination of neutrals and muted jewel tones, but the varied textures would also look stunning in a single color. This pattern in all white or cream would make a perfect wedding gift!
This chevron blanket embellished with hearts would make a perfect Valentine's day gift, wedding gift, or accessory for your own home. You can use red for every row, or mix up the colors to match your decor!
We love the gentle chevron ripples and slightly wide sleeves of this cropped sweater. It's perfect for anyone with a retro fashion sense and could be comfortably worn in warm or cool weather thanks to the open weave.
If you have fond memories of chevron crochet afghans over the back of your grandmother's couch, then you will love this pattern! It's a vintage pattern for a throw with thick chevron stripes and fringe on the short edges. You can't go wrong with this classic!
This oversized chevron blanket looks sharp in a single neutral color. It has a classic look while also fitting seamlessly into modern decor. It's a beginner-friendly pattern that will make a real statement once completed.
1970s fashion is back in style, so be sure to check out this vintage sweater set crochet pattern! A long-sleeved cardigan with a chevron pattern pairs with a v-neck top in coordinating colors for this retro set.