I just finished making this beautiful gray, blue, and white chevron blanket for our future little bundle of joy, and I love it so much that I thought I’d give you all the pattern so that you can make one as well!
The size of this blanket is very easy to adjust, so whether you want a baby blanket or a full size adult afghan, the possibilities are endless!
I used three different colors, but you can use just one solid color if you want, or several different colors!
So without further ado, here is the pattern for this chevron blanket.
Chain a multiple of 14 stitches (I did 140 stitches to make it baby sized).
Row 1: (I started with blue) Turn. Ch 2. 2 dcs in 3rd ch from hook, *3 dcs, dc3tog 2 times, 3 dcs, (3 dcs in next st) 2 times*; repeat from * to * across, ending with 3 dcs in last ch.
Row 2: Turn. Ch 2. 2 dcs in first dc, *3 dcs, dc3tog 2 times, 3 dcs, (3 dcs in next st) 2 times*; repeat from * to * across, ending with 3 dcs in turning ch.
Repeat row 2 until blanket is to desired length.
I added a white border around my blanket using the same pattern from row 2 along the top and bottom, and a row of dcs along each side (in the end of the rows).
To get the color pattern, I crocheted 3 rows of blue, one row of white, 3 rows of gray, one row of white, and so on.