Learning the chevron stitch in crochet should be on every crocheters to try list! They create amazing crochet design patterns and would be great for all kinds of projects. Scroll on down to find the chevron crochet pattern tutorial and even some ideas for fun chevron projects!
I love they way chevrons look in projects so much that last year I used the technique to make my Neutral Chevron Blanket. I also designed a unique dishcloth with this exact pattern which can be found “Here“! Now back to the crochet chevron tutorial….Learn how to do the Chevron Stitch in Crochet! Click To Tweet
I used a worsted weight yarn for my example but if you have a different weight yarn that would work perfect too! Just be sure to use the corresponding hook size to the weight of yarn you are using. I would suggest trying Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice Yarn to get a result that is similar to this tutorial.
So what else do you think I should crochet up with this tutorial? Any ideas? I am thinking of making a fun scarf or maybe even a hat with it! There really are so many possibilities. I can’t wait to see what you all come up with!
I hope you enjoy this chevron tutorial and make lots of fun chevron projects!
Happy Crocheting Friends!
CHEVRON CROCHET PATTERN
I used worsted weight yarn (4) I suggest Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice!
sc = single crochet
sk = skip
st = stitch
ch = chain
sc2tog = single crochet 2 together
Written in standard US terms.
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Foundation Row: start by chaining a multiple of 17, then add 16 sts to whatever length you have chosen. (my sample was 33)
Row 1: starting in the second ch from the hook sc2tog ,sc once in the next 5 st’s then do 3 sc (makes the hump) in the next st. * sc once in the next 7 st’s, sk the next 2 sts. sc once in the next 7 st’s, 3 sc in the next st (hump) repeat from * until you are left with 7 sts, then sc once in the next 5 sts and sc2tog.
Row 2 – ?: ch 1, repeat row 1.
That’s it! What did you think? Are you ready to make a ton of chevron projects now? If you do please me sure to share them with me! 🙂
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