Have you seen the Crochet Chevron Baby Blanket I made in this post from January 2017? It has been one of my most popular posts and I finally made a baby girl version of this fun pattern.
I love the soft, wavy chevron in this pattern. The free pattern is available here at Leelee Knits.
To make my blanket, I used Yarn Bee Soft Secret Yarn in Soft Pink, White, and Mist and an H/5mm hook. Each color block has 9 rows. I stitched 7 blocks of color – starting with pink, then white, mist, pink, mist, white, pink for a total of 63 rows. I crocheted a border of 2 rows of single crochet, although a border is totally optional.
I bought 2 skeins of each color of yarn, but did not use all of it. I had more than enough left over to make these sweet beanies I shared in this post and still have some yarn left over to make more!
This is such a versatile pattern. You can make it in any color combo – or only one color! You can make your color blocks with different numbers of rows. You can also adjust the size by how many rows you make.
It’s also one of those patterns that once you get started, it’s easy to memorize so you can watch your favorite Netflix show and just crochet away. 🙂