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Chunky Chevron Blanket

As one of the many wedding gifts I have been making recently, I chose to make a super chunky chevron queen bed sized blanket. This blanket works up quite quickly and in incredibly warm! The look I was going for here was geometrical, yet random at the same time. Due to this the stripes of blue are all variable thickness and spacing. The pattern is written out below in both US and UK terminology. It is an easy beginner pattern for those looking to make their first chevron balnket, using only Double crochet (Or Treble crochet if you use UK Terminology).

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What you need

I used a total of 14 balls of Creative PL Super Chunky 3Ply yarn.

  • Colour A: 10 ballls (I used grey)
  • Colour B: 4 Balls ( used blue)
  • 20mm Hook
  • Yarn Needle

Pattern – US Terms

Starting with colour A.

R1: Foundation crochet 65 SC stitches. CH2 and turn. If you are not familiar with foundation crochet chain 66, skip the first stitch from hook and then work one SC in each chain to the end.

R2: DC in first stitch [CH2 from previous row counts], 4DC, *Decrease 3 in next stitchDecrease 3 in next stitch, 8DC, 3DC in same stitch, 8DC* repeat from * to * until a total of 3 repeats are worked. Decrease 3 in next stitch,4DC, 2DC in last stitch. CH2 and turn.

R3-4: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R5: Repeat row 2 in Colour B. Change to Colour A.

R6-8: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R9-10: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

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R11-15: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R16: Repeat row 2. Change to Colour A.

R17-18: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R19-22: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

R23-25: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R26-27: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

R28-31: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

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R32: Repeat row 2. Change to Colour A.

R33-35: Repeat row 2. Final row omit CH2.

Border: CH1, SC evenly around the border and add 3SC in each corner.

Pattern – UK Terms

Starting with colour A.

R1: Foundation crochet 65 DC stitches. CH2 and turn. If you are not familiar with foundation crochet chain 66, skip the first stitch from hook and then work one DC in each chain to the end.

R2: DC in first stitch [CH2 from previous row counts], 4TR, *Decrease 3 in next stitch, 8TR, 3TR in same stitch, 8TR* repeat from * to * until a total of 3 repeats are worked. Decrease 3 in next stitch,4TR, 2TR in last stitch. CH2 and turn.

R3-4: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R5: Repeat row 2 in Colour B. Change to Colour A.

R6-8: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R9-10: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

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R11-15: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R16: Repeat row 2. Change to Colour A.

R17-18: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R19-22: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

R23-25: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

R26-27: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour A.

R28-31: Repeat row 2. Final row change to Colour B.

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R32: Repeat row 2. Change to Colour A.

R33-35: Repeat row 2. Final row omit CH2.

Border: CH1, DC evenly around the border and add 3DC in each corner.

I hope you love this pattern and enjoy making this pattern!!

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