The Simple Chevron Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #38

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All increases are done at the seam in the back. This will cause the back to measure taller than the front. Most human bodies are made with a little more fullness in the back side and this will help the cocoon to ride evenly across the back. There are several special stitches used. The instructions for each stitch are listed below with their abbreviations. Do NOT turn at the end of the row unless specifically told in the instructions. The only difference is the length of the body.

2 loops on hook, yo, insert hook from the back of the next st, around the post, coming out again at the back, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through 3 loops . Yo, insert hook from the back, around the post, coming out again at the front, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook, yo,  insert hook from the front of the next st, around the post, coming out again at the back, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through 3 loops. Rnd 1: Ch 4, 11 dc in 4th ch from hook. Sl st in top of beg ch 4 to join. Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in 1st st, 3 dc next st BLO. Sl st in 1st sc to join.

Dc in same st as join. Sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join. 1 st, 5 dc BLO next st, sk 1 st, sc next st. Sl st in first sc to join. 2 dc in same st as join. 5 dc BLO next st, sk 2 sts, sc next st, sk 2 sts.

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Sk 1 st, sc last st, 2 dc in same st as join. Rnd 7: Repeat Rnd 6 INCREASE ROUND. Rnd 8: Ch 1, sc same as join. 2 sts, 5 dc BLO next st, sk 2 sts, sc next st. Sl st in top of 1st sc to join.

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Rnd 9-28: Repeat Rnds 5 through 8. Rnd 29-37: Repeat Rnds 5, 6 and 8. NOTE: at the end of round 37 the piece will NOT measure 20 inches across. But the piece will continue to grow to the correct width even though you will not be doing any more increase rounds after this point. Sl st in top of sdc to join.

The Simple Chevron Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #38

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St st in top of first st to join. Repeat Rnd 2 six more times. Beg ch 1 does not count as a st for all of tail fin. Have Body face down, with seam centered before beginning tail fin.

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Row 1: Using image 2 as a guide, join with a sl st, 12 sc across base of tail. 2 times, dc next 4 sts, 2 dc last st. 4 times, hdc in sp before next st, 4 times. Fp-bp dc dec over next 2 sts.

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Bp-fp dc dec over next 2 sts. For second side of fin attach yarn at end of row with a sl st, using image 3 as a guide. Work rows 8-15 the same as the first side of fin. Rnd 1: Ch 4, dc in 4th ch from hook. Ch 1, sl st in top of beg ch 4 to join.

Rnd 2: Sl st to ch 1 sp. Ch 13, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sc next 2 sts, hdc next 3 sts, dc next 4 sts, trc next 2 sts, sl st in next ch 1 sp. Finish off, leaving a very long tail for sewing to the cocoon. A lot of hard work goes into writing patterns. Please feel free to share the link, but do not copy and distribute this pattern by any other means. If you like getting my FREE patterns and don’t want to miss out on any future ones, you can subscribe to my blog and have all of my new entries delivered straight to your email inbox! Just type your email address into the field on the right hand column under the heading “follow by email” and click submit.

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You’ll Be Amazed When You See How This Crochet Square Is Done! Subscribe to our daily newsletter to get free patterns links and articles straight in your inbox. 2018 Knit And Crochet Daily All Rights Reserved. I love the look of chevron patterns for baby blankets, but I’m not a huge fan of the pointy ends.

That is why I came up with this pattern for a baby blanket with a tiny bit of wave to it. This pattern is also great if you are just starting to crochet or want an easy, repetitive, quick to build project. I have written out and posted the free pattern for this baby blanket below on this page. Disclaimer: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links. Measurements This blanket measures:  26 Inches X 39. Note: This pattern uses the wavy chevron stitch.

The Simple Chevron Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #38

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2 DC in the third ch of turning chain. Repeat row 2 until you have worked 9 rows in total. Switch to colour B and work 9 more rows in pattern. Switch to colour C and work 12 more rows in pattern. Switch to colour A and work 9 more rows in pattern.

Thank you for this beautiful pattern I can’t wait to get started. We just found out what my daughter was having on yesterday. I love the Chevron but not a fan of the pointy ends either. Enjoy the pattern and congratulations on your future granddaughter!

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I love the chevron baby blanket pattern. I want to be able to make a larger sized blanket. Hi there, It is a multiple of 8 plus 3 for the beginning chain. I am wondering what size yarn you are using?

The Simple Chevron Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #38

Very unique, and I adore the colour scheme. 278 instead of 139 and just repeat all the stitches to the end? Can you tell me what the multiples are for this? I can get the size I want. I’m stuck on figuring this one out! What is the weight of the yarn you used?

I can’t find the exact yarn you used and I’m wondering if something like Red Heart Super Saver is too heavy, and if I should use a baby or sport weight yarn instead. Hi Angela, I used worsted weight yarn for this blanket. You will probably want to try something soft but a baby or sport weight will be too light. At the end of first row, i have 1 dc. If not what is the end? No, if you have worked the pattern correctly, you will end with 2DC in the last chain.

How did you like the yarn for this blanket? Very soft and the price was great. I liked that it is machine washable too. And thank you so much for sharing your talents. Are rows worked in back loop only or both loops? Im not sure I’m understanding the twice. You need to double crochet two stitches together, twice.

So you are decreasing 4 stitches into two stitches. I am anxious to get started on this beautiful stitch pattern. I do have one question though. After I do the initial Row 1, will I only be crocheting Row 2 throughout the remainder of the pattern or do I alternate row 1 and row 2? Sorry, I know even simple patterns are difficult to write as everyone interprets them differently. Hi Joyce, I meant that you simply repeat row 2.

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Row 1 is just for working on the foundation chain. Is this US dc so UK tc? How many ounces are the skeins if yarn you used? Thank u so very much for this pattern. I made it for my daughter and it turned out beautifully! It was so very simple to make and the instructions were especially easy to understand.

She chose colors I would never have chosen but it turns out she knew what she wanted and it looks great. I’m very excited to find this pattern. I’ve done a few chevron stitch baby blanket but I wanted something softer. I’m starting my new blanket today. I started on this blanket and I’ve done 3 rows.

The Simple Chevron Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #38

Does it start off really wavy? It’s not laying flat like a blanket. Just wondering if this is normal since it’s starting out? That could make a big difference in how the blanket lies. I would recommend using the same yarn that I used to make the blanket for the same results. Do you DC2TOG twice in the same stitch or do you DC2TOG twice with two different stitches?

I DC2TOG in 2 different stitches. Do I need to do it in one single stich? I’m looking for an easy baby blanket pattern, and one where I can just get my momentum going and not have to think too hard. I’m an experienced but out of practice crocheter. Will it become obvious once I do it, lol? Your website is the best I’ve encountered! Does Row 2 end with 2dc or the second of two dctog?