15 Amazing Free Chevron Crochet Patterns
Okay. Now when I say there is something for everyone in the roundup of free chevron crochet patterns, it’s because we have something for baby, child, momma, dad, and even your house! Don’t we love crocheted housewares? Don’t we love making stuff for our family and friends? Don’t we just go gaga over chevron?! Well, be sure to make your way through every image below because you won’t want to miss this roundup. Bookmark it.
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Don’t be intimidated by any chevron crochet pattern you see here. Even the seasoned crocheter needs a little practice if it’s been a while and Amy brings us a great project to help us learn or freshen up our skills, if needed. About her chevron crochet pattern, she says, “Learn the peephole chevron stitch pattern with a full photo tutorial and get the instructions for this fun and bright Citrus Splash Dishcloth!” Thanks, Amy! It’s perfect.
Have you always wanted to try a Chevron stitch pattern but have not been confident enough to give it a try? Give this Zig ‘n’ Zag – A Sleeved Wrap a try! It really is a very simple pattern repeat and works up rather quickly! Check out this chevron crochet pattern: Zig ‘n’ Zag – A Sleeved Wrap by KatiDCreations.
Tamara says, “…a happy tummy full of bacon is just begging for a nap. I can’t imagine what you’ll dream about when you doze off with this pillow…” Try this chevron crochet pattern: Bacon and Eggs Pillow by Moogly.
Chevron Flare Blanket I’m seriously falling in love with chevron again, but the texture in my Chevron Flare blanket is what is really doing it. Note that this is a FREE crochet pattern complete with a sizing guide for Baby blanket (30” L x 24” W) up to King (76” W x 80” L), yarn amount suggestions, and convenient pdf for your personal stash. Go to this chevron crochet pattern now – Chevron Flare Blanket crochet pattern – Baby to King Size by (me!) Simply Collectible
I love this blanket from JessieatHome. Jessie says, “This ripple pattern puts a new twist on a classic afghan stitch pattern. Faded ripple is a great stitch to use with stripes, as it give a pretty detail to color changes. It can be used with just about any size yarn and the coordinating hook.” For this chevron crochet pattern, check out – Faded Ripple by JessieAtHome
This is a beautiful shawl and Kathy says, “Sands by the Sea Shore is a fun pattern because there is no symmetry with the color changing row. It’s a fun and easy pattern and with a little practice of dc3tog….it could be attempted by a beginner too!” You must see this chevron crochet pattern – Sands by the Sea Shore
This bag is amazing! Lorene tells us, “This fat bottom bag uses a chevron stripe in an unusual way, instead of the traditional horizontal stripes, I have emphasized the chevron in a vertical pattern.” Check out this chevron crochet pattern: Pop of Pink Vertical Chevron Bag by Cre8tion Crochet
Don’t you just love these colors together? Lazy Daisy Baby Top is a precious little piece for 12 months to 18 months. You can find this chevron crochet pattern here: Lazy Daisy Baby Top by CrochetKim
Beautifully textured, this lovey is quick n easy to make just in time for a perfect baby shower gift. You are going to love the feel and ease of working with these stitches. Stitch video is available with the pattern. You must see this chevron crochet pattern: Lovey Shells and Chevrons by (me!) Simply Collectible
A gorgeous little dress from Pia Thadani. She says, “A wrap style front creates a double layer across the chest, giving this dress a little added warmth for chilly spring weather. It also allows the top of the dress to stretch and move – perfect for active toddlers!” Go see this beautiful dress chevron crochet pattern: Free Pattern – Rainbow Ripple Wrap Dress
Here is a great sassy accessory! Kati says,”A fun quick belt that is worked using 2 strands of size 10 thread. Buttons are used to close it and make it really easy to adjust the size in case one of your girlfriends want to borrow it!” Get that chevron crochet pattern now: Chevron Belt by KatiDcreations
Oh my goodness! Now here is a special treat from Melody who says, “This tutorial style crochet pattern includes instructions for how to make all sizes Newborn through 1-2 Years. Using this pattern, you can make the Chevron Lace Romper using ANY size hook or yarn! The pattern takes you deeper into the design and helps explain why you are doing the steps behind any traditional pattern.” You can find this chevron crochet pattern: Chevron Lace Romper Crochet Pattern by Melody’s Makings.
Here is another adorable work of art from Kim Guzman. Her style and flair is both classic and elegant which describes every piece she makes. This little gem is for your little gem, 3-6 months with adjustment instructions. It’s a Must See chevron crochet pattern: Tulip Chevrons Baby Dress by CrochetKim
Now you can cover your home in Chevron! Just imagine the wonder this chevron crochet pattern can bring in all sorts of color combinations. Tamara is absolutely right when she says, “If you’re looking for a longer curtain, it’s easy to just keep adding rows in the pattern… all the way to the floor if you like!” Check out her chevron crochet pattern: Big Bold Chevron Curtain by Moogly.
Last, but certain not least, is this fantastic, sassy bag. Rebeckah says, “Looking for quick and easy crochet project to carry your spare change and mini trinkets? Try this fun Chevron Coin Purse pattern!” You can find this chevron crochet pattern here: Chevron Coin Purse by Rebeckah’s Treasures.