There’s just something about chevrons that really appeals to me. Maybe it’s the fact that they are actually really easy to crochet. Even beginner crocheters can quickly get the hang of increasing to form the peaks and decreasing to form the valleys.
Plus, a lot of chevron crochet patterns use just basic crochet stitches like single, half double, or double crochet. And yet, despite their relative ease, chevrons always look kind of fancy to me. Whether you are crocheting stripes of all in one color, the bold chevron design has a way of standing out in a crowd. We even have a few lovely lace designs for you today that showcase the chevron stitch pattern in a whole new way!
You’ve probably seen free chevron crochet patterns for blankets before. Or maybe you’ve seen chevron patterns for shawls. It might surprise you to see just how versatile chevron patterns can be. As it turns out, chevrons can pull off just about anything!
We’ve got a fantastic variety of free chevron crochet patterns for you today with scarves, bags, pillows, wearables, bags, accessories and more! Sit back, relax, start scrolling, and get ready to be inspired by all of the beautiful free chevron crochet patterns we have in store for you today!
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25 Bold and Beautiful Chevron Crochet Patterns
1. Chevron Lace Wrap
A lace wrap is just the thing for brisk summer mornings on the porch and chilly summer evenings out on the town. This beautiful pattern is surprisingly easy. My favorite part is the two row repeat, since it’s so easy to memorize. This pattern is also quite accessible. It’s available in written, charted and video instructional formats.
Yarn: Article 984C Honeysuckle Cotton (Fingering Weight #1)
2. Ocean Waves Blanket
For big projects like blankets, it’s nice to have a more interesting pattern to follow so it doesn’t get too tedious. The Ocean Waves Blanket fits the bill quite nicely with chevron and lace. I also like how the tassels are perfectly at home on the points of the chevrons. It just makes the blanket look more finished, don’t you think?
Yarn: Caron Big Cakes (Aran Weight #4)
3. Pinwheel Pillow
Free chevron crochet patterns worked in the round form a delightful pinwheel design. The Pinwheel Pillow is a vibrant and playful design that’s perfect for using up scrap yarn. The pattern only calls for single crochet stitches, so it’s easier than you might think! You’re going to have so much fun picking out the colors for this one!
Designer: The Loop
Yarn: Cascade Yarns Cascade 220 (Worsted Weight #4)
Lightweight yarn is perfect for lacey summer projects that won’t weigh you down. I can totally see myself wearing this cute wrap on a windy day at the beach or at brunch with the gals. I prefer free crochet chevron patterns that use half double crochet like this one, because they work up twice as fast as single crochet stitches.
Designer: DROPS Design
Yarn: Garnstudio DROPS Baby Alpaca Silk (Fingering Weight #1)
5. Ripples in the Sand Afghan
Think you don’t have time to make a blanket? Think again! This free crochet chevron pattern has three time-saving tricks up its sleeve. First, you’ll be using double crochet instead of the more traditional single crochet. Second, every other row is lace (kind of like filet crochet). Third, you’ll be using a nice bulky weight yarn!
Yarn: Bernat Maker Home Dec (Bulky Weight #5)
6. Chevron Chic Baby Dress
Crochet chevron patterns are perfect for playful baby dresses. This easy and adorable design features a solid-colored circular yoke and a striped chevron skirt. The pattern calls for half double and double crochet stitches along with some easy increases and decreases. It’s available in sizes 3-24 months.
Designer: Cre8tion Crochet for Yarnspirations
Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver (Aran Weight #4)
7. Car Seat Cover
Here’s a fun and functional design for a cute car seat cover. Essentially a blanket with straps, this easy crochet chevron pattern is beginner-friendly and perfect for using up leftover scraps of yarn. The design calls for just basic crochet stitches – single, half double, double and treble – along with easy increases and decreases.
Designer: Skein and Hook
Yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice (Aran Weight #4)
8. Chevron Pillow Pair
Brighten up a room with this bold design choice – free crochet chevron patterns for a matching pillow set. The design uses single crochet stitches to keep holes to a minimum so that your pillow form won’t peek through. This is a fun and easy pattern that starts out as a rectangle. Finish with a bit of sewing and you’re done!
Designer: Marianne Forrestal for Yarnspirations
Yarn: Red Heart With Love (Worsted Weight #4)
9. Ripple Bag
Crochet chevron patterns are perfect for fun and funky accessories. This messenger style crochet bag is a good medium size. You could use it for books, a small laptop, or whatever you want! The generously sized flap makes it so that you don’t have to worry about zippers or buttons. Single crochet is the stitch of choice for this design.
Designer: Michele Maks for Yarnspirations
Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver (Aran Weight #4)
10. Moss Stitch Ripple
Did you know that you could incorporate other stitch patterns into crochet chevron patterns? The moss stitch chevrons look amazing here in all different kinds of yarn. I’m always on the lookout for great crochet scrap yarn patterns, so this is a nice find. Plus, when you work lengthwise you can disguise your yarn tails in with your fringe.
Designer: Made by Mriek
Yarn: (Sport Weight #3)
11. Chevron Yoga Bag
There’s more than one way to make crochet chevron patterns! Instead of the more common increasing and decreasing method, you can simply switch between two colors of yarn to form the signature peaks and valleys. You’ll be using the tapestry crochet technique for the colorwork on this single and double crochet design.
Designer: Yoga Hound
Yarn: Patons UK Wool Blend (Aran Weight #4)
12. Dragonfly Chevron Blanket
Lace dragonfly motifs and a lightweight yarn help keep this cute chevron blanket from being too heavy. I love the bright color choices here – pink, green, and purple against a white background. The contrasting colored border uses shell stitches for a nice decorative finish. Only basic crochet stitches are used.
Designer: Pattern Paradise
Yarn: Baby Bee Sweet Delight (DK Weight #3)
13. Chevron Waves Lacy Wrap
A beautiful self-striping yarn and 4 row repeat keep this crochet chevron pattern fun and interesting from start to finish. The generous size of this wrap is perfect for showing off long color changes. I love the soft drape and the decorative lace stitchwork. The design calls for linked half double crochet, single crochet and double crochet stitches.
Designer: Marly Bird
Yarn: Red Heart It’s a Wrap Rainbow (Sport Weight #3)
14. Bacon and Eggs Pillow
Our next design puts a whole new spin on the concept of “breakfast in bed.” It turns out that if you choose the right colors, then crochet chevron patterns are perfect for mimicking the signature waves of yummy bacon. I think that this would make a fun crochet gift – especially for a guy. The pattern calls for single crochet stitches worked into the back loops only.
Yarn: Caron Simply Soft (Aran Weight #4)
15. Chevron Infinity Scarf Cowl
Bright blue and sultry red pair nicely in this long infinity scarf design. Double it up around your neck and you’ve got yourself a cozy cowl. I like this design a lot because you don’t have to cut your yarn every time you switch colors and the chevrons are worked with double crochet stitches to save time.
Designer: Knit & Crochet Ever After
Yarn: Blue Sky Fibers Baby Alpaca (Sport Weight #3)
16. Chevron Cuff
Here’s a quick and cute project that you can make using scrap yarn. Crochet chevron patterns like this bold chevron cuff are perfect for statement jewelry. You can choose between a loose-fitting bangle style bracelet or a more fitted cuff with a fastening. The design calls for just single crochet stitches.
Yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton (Aran Weight #4)
17. Calming Chevron Blanket
Pink & white are a classic color combination for crochet baby gifts. This unique chevron crochet pattern for a baby blanket mixes wide pink stripes with skinny white stripes for a fun twist on the traditional chevron stitch pattern. You’ll be using single and double crochet stitches for this design.
Designer: Pine Tree Crochet
Yarn: Bernat Premium (Worsted Weight #1)
18. Boho Flower Headband
A monochrome chevron design forms the base of this adorable Boho Flower Headband. Adorned with tiny crochet flowers, this accessory is perfect for photoshoots, weddings, and other special occasions. The band is worked in all single crochet stitches. You’ll also be using double and treble crochet stitches for the flowers.
Designer: Make and Do Crew
Yarn: Patons North America Grace (Sport Weight #3)
19. Down in the Valley
Chevron crochet patterns form a beautiful star shape when worked in the round. It’s a good size for a lap blanket, and for cuddling on the couch. The chevrons are worked in double crochet and there’s a few special stitches sprinkled in for added interest. These stitches include shell stitches, post stitches and v-stitches.
Designer: JR Crochet Designs
Yarn: Caron One Pound (Aran Weight #4)
20. Columbia Chevron Super Scarf
Go big or go home with a supersized scarf made with super bulky yarn. The bold design features a chevron design with asymmetrical stripes and pom pom ends. You’ll be using double crochet stitches for this chevron crochet pattern along with a clever turning chain replacement that gives you a nice straight edge.
Designer: Two of Wands
Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick (Super Bulky Weight #6)
21. The Willow Crop
Look closely at this cute crop top and you’ll see the signature peaks and valleys of chevron crochet patterns. The light and airy stitch pattern drapes beautifully and gives the edges a soft ripple. My favorite design element of this gorgeous top has got to be the dramatic bell sleeves. This pattern is available in sizes XS-2X.
Designer: Crafting for Weeks
Yarn: Lion Brand Coboo (DK Weight #3)
22. Rainbow Stripes Tablet Cover
Can you think of another stitch that you can make chevron crochet patterns with? How about half double crochet in the 3rd loop! Also called camel stitch, this stitch pattern gives great texture and gives more visual separation between each row. This really highlights all the individual colors in this beautiful rainbow tablet cover!
Yarn: Lily Sugar’n Cream (Worsted Weight #4)
23. Sands by the Sea Shore
Discover a different style of crocheting that doesn’t follow a strict format. This gorgeous shawl design uses 3 colors of yarn – shown here in the colors Blue Topaz, Hazelnut, and Pecan. Switch to a new color whenever it feels right to recreate the asymmetrical chevron stripes. Each shawl will be unique!
Designer: ELK Studio Handcrafted Crochet
Yarn: Baah Yarn La Jolla (Fingering Weight #1)
24. Juniper Wall Hanging
Crochet wall hangings have been really popular lately. They are just such a fun way to decorate your space. Crochet chevron patterns made with the granny stitch are so beautiful and distinguished – perfect for home decor. My favorite thing about this design is the fun strand of beaded tassels!
Designer: DeniMade for Clover USA
Yarn: Knit Picks Brava Worsted (Worsted Weight #4)
25. Granny with Radiant Stripe
Granny squares and bold chevron stripes form a striking pair for this cozy and colorful afghan. The colors the designer chose remind me of the beach. I think this blanket would look right at home in a guest bedroom with coastal decor. The panel construction also makes it easier to work with.
Designer: Bernat Design Studio
Yarn: Bernat Waverly (Aran Weight #4)
Chevrons are never going to go out of style, right? I am totally digging all these fabulous and free chevron crochet patterns. I know it’s hard to choose, but which free crochet pattern did you like the best? Do you have other favorite free chevron crochet patterns that you’d like to share? Let’s dish in the comments below!
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