Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket Free Pattern

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This Chevron Blanket is reminiscent of the classic chevron blankets crocheted by grandma. Even the autumnal color way of this striped chevron brings back memories of her handmade throw draped on the couch.

To give this classic chevron a modern look I chose to create larger stripes, banding them together with one slim stripe in the same colorway throughout.

The Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket is an easy way to get your feet wet when it comes to chevon crochet. I’ve included a video tutorial so even if you’re brand new to crochet or even chevron crochet you’ll be working this one up in no time.

With easy instructions for how to adjust your starting chain (and therefore create a baby, throw or larger size) this chevron blanket has all your needs covered.

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I must admit, I almost kept this soft squishy blanket for myself. It’s baby size, but a perfect lap blanket for one! We were blessed with a new little nephew recently though so I couldn’t deprive him of it. I pray he enjoys many snuggles in this blanket for years to come.


  • 1 skein each of Lion Brand Heartland* in Acadia (Color A), Joshua Tree (Color B), Everglades (Color C), Yellowstone (Color D), Grand Canyon (Color E) or about 1000 yds of #4 worsted weight yarn
  • 6mm J Hook*
  • Yarn needle*
  • Measuring tape
  • Scissors


  • Finished size is 40” x 33”
  • Ch 2 doesn’t count.
  • To adjust the width of your blanket, add (or subtract) stitches in sets of 24 for one peak and one valley, so if we take the starting chain for this size-123 +24=147 or 123-24=99 etc.
  • Stitch multiple is 24, plus 3 for the foundation chain, so one adjustment example to create a larger blanket would be 24×8=195+3=198, to go smaller 24×4=96+3=99

Video Tutorial

Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket


Click on any of the below links to view a video tutorial.


dc-double crochet

Dc2tog-double crochet two together

Dc3tog-double crochet three together

ss-slip stitch


2” x 2” = 7 dc x 4 rows

Downloadable Blanket Sizes Chart

Crochet Blanket Sizes chart with text in pink and white.


Ch 123

  1. Dc2tog in the 3rd & 4th chs, (two skipped chs don’t count) dc in next 10 chs, 3dc in next ch, dc in next 10 chs, *{dc3tog in next 3 chs, dc in next 10 chs, 3dc in next ch, dc in next 10 chs} rep from * til last 2 chs, dc2tog, turn. (121)
  2. Ch 2 (doesn’t count), dc2tog starting in the same st and next, dc in the next 10 dc, 3dc in the next dc, dc in the next 10 dc, *{dc3tog in the next 3 dc, dc in the next 10 dc, 3dc in the next dc, dc in the next 10 dc} rep from * til last 2 dc, dc2tog, turn. (121)
  3. Rep row 2 until you’ve reached 70 rows or 40,” or your desired length. Finish off. 

To follow the same color scheme I did:

Color A 1-16

Color B 17-18

Color C 19-34

Color B 35-36

Color D 37-52

Color B 53-54

Color E 55-70


I’d love to see your makes tag me @christacodesign on Instagram if you post a pic! Or share it to my Facebook Group, I love to see your work! 


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