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Vintage Chevron Blanket

Hello, beloved! Today we are here to share with you another beautiful amazing crochet pattern so you can have this stunning piece. It is a beautiful idea, a delicate work that you will enjoy doing and that will delight everyone. The Vintage Chevron Blanket Pattern. It is an easy job to do, great for beginners, as it is very practical, excellent project for those who are starting to crochet.

A blanket is a great company for cold days, for afternoons accompanied by a good book or a fun movie. I also like to snuggle up in blankets during the cold days while I warm up by crocheting and drinking tea. This model that we provide her is an incredibly beautiful, stylish and modern pattern. It matches any environment and has a touch of sophistication that Chevron patterns bring. With very beautiful colors and details, this piece is ideal for you who want to decorate some environment in your home.

Often used on top of a sofa or bed, blankets give the living room or bedroom an air of sophistication, and they are always ready to be used when the cold knocks on the door. We love crochet so it always allows us to create amazing and totally useful pieces that can completely change the look of your home and bring comfort and warmth. The Vintage Chevron Blanket is totally special because it meets all these requirements exactly.

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Vintage Chevron Blanket


You don’t have to limit yourself to decorative blankets, you can also use this pattern to make a nice gift for someone, or make a beautiful baby blanket that matches this very versatile crochet pattern. In this case, you will just have to change the colors you are going to use, bet on lighter tones in the case of blankets for babies or you can use the favorite color of the person who is going to gift the blanket.

The work we leave here was done with beautiful colors, but this is just a suggestion. You can work with the colors you want and prefer and that match your beautiful decor. Your choice of colors will give the project an exclusive personality, leaving it with your face or the face of the person receiving the gift.

Pay attention to all the instructions written in the pattern so that you can execute it in the best possible way, we also recommend that you use some yarn you have from another previous project and test a lot, do and undo as many times as you need before running the project for real. As it is not a very difficult job, we know that you will do very well and your blanket will be a true masterpiece.

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This project is ideal for beginners in the realm of crochet because it employs only fundamental stitches like single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc).

Here are the instructions with a clearer format


Here are the sizes for different items:

Baby: 28 inches x 36 inches

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Throw: 36 inches x 50 inches

Child: 40 inches x 50 inches

Twin: 45 inches x 72 inches



J/6mm crochet hook

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Worsted weight yarn as your preference

1 (2, 2, 3) skeins in color Gray/Pewter

1 (1, 1, 2) skeins in color Red

1 (1, 1, 2) skeins in color White


Yarn needle


The pattern repeats every 8 rows, resulting in a square that measures 4.5 inches on each side.


Sk – Skip

St – Stitch

Sc – Single Crochet

Dc – Double crochet



  • Prior to starting, please ensure that you read all the provided instructions.
  • To replicate the pattern shown, you will need three colors: A (grey), B (red), and C (white), as indicated.
  • These pattern instructions are provided for creating blankets in baby, throw, child, or twin sizes.
  • You have the flexibility to adjust the blanket’s size by chaining a multiple of 16+4


Start with Color A: Ch 100 (132, 148, 164)

For the first two setup rows:

Row 1: Start with a double crochet (dc) in the 4th chain from your hook (skipping chains counts as a dc). Then, dc 6, skip 1 chain, dc, skip 1 chain, dc 6. Next, *work 3 dc in the next stitch, dc 6, skip 1 chain, dc, skip 1 chain, dc 6; repeat from * across. Finally, work 2 dc in the last stitch. You should have 97 (129, 145, 161) stitches in this row.

Row 2: Begin by chaining 1 (this doesn’t count as a stitch), then turn your work. In the same stitch as the chain, work 2 single crochets (sc), followed by sc 6, skip 1 stitch, sc, skip 1 stitch, sc 6. Now, *work 3 sc in the next stitch, sc 6, skip 1 stitch, sc, skip 1 stitch, sc 6; repeat from * across. To finish the row, work 2 sc in the chain-3 space from the previous row. The stitch count remains (97, 129, 145, 161).


You will now replicate the Chevron pattern outlined below as instructed:

  1. Begin with 8 rows in color A.
  2. Follow with 2 rows in color B.
  3. Continue with 4 rows in color C.
  4. Then, 2 rows in color B.
  5. Extend with 10 rows in color A.
  6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 a total of 2 more times, resulting in a sequence of 4 repetitions (4, 4, 6).


Row 1 – Begin by Ch 3 (this counts as a stitch), then turn your work. Double crochet (dc) in the same stitch, dc in the next 6 stitches, skip 1 chain, dc in the following stitch, skip 1 chain, dc in the next 6 stitches, then work *3 dc in the next stitch, dc in the following 6 stitches, skip 1 chain, dc in the next stitch, skip 1 chain, and dc in the next 6 stitches. Repeat this pattern from * across, and finish with 2 dc in the last stitch. (97, 129, 145, 161 stitches)

Row 2 – Chain 1 (this chain does not count as a stitch), then turn your work. Begin with 2 single crochets (sc) in the same stitch, sc in the next 6 stitches, skip 1 stitch, sc in the next stitch, skip 1 stitch, sc in the next 6 stitches, then work *3 sc in the next stitch, sc in the following 6 stitches, skip 1 stitch, sc in the next stitch, skip 1 stitch, and sc in the next 6 stitches. Repeat from * across, and complete with 2 sc in the top of the chain 3 from the previous row. (97, 129, 145, 161 stitches)

Optional Trim: Using color B, single crochet evenly down the straight sides of the blanket.

Please note that the stitch counts are provided in parentheses for different sizes.

Access the PDF/ Vintage Chevron Blanket

Dear reader, we still strongly recommend that you watch the video tutorial of this wonderful pattern to better follow the techniques on how to make your beautiful chevron blanket. The video is from the Amanda Crochets channel and will serve as a compass for you, guiding you in the right direction. It is available below for you to watch.

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Have you worked with the vintage Chevron blanket pattern before? What do you think of this beautiful pattern? Tell us everything in the comments, we love to read what you have to say and your comments can inspire others. If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know, we are always on the lookout for everything here.

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