One of my favorite topics to talk about right now is the Feathered Chevron Blanket. This pattern has been a real labor of love from the get go. My initial inspiration came from a towel in our hallway bathroom. I was sitting on the toilet one day as my girls took their baths and I began to really look at it. “I could crochet that.” I just knew that surely there was a way to get that same look in a beautiful crocheted fabric.
Fast forward two months. My other projects were done and it was finally time to sit down and try this out. I could sit here and go into all of the little details on what I tried first, what didn’t work and so on and so on but I will skip all that boring stuff. The point is that it took some trial and error but it made the final result that much sweeter.
Today I am here to share the final result with you. This pattern can work up in so many ways with so many color combos that I think you are just going to love it! I would love to see how you decide to work it up and with what colors. Use the hashtag #9603makers so that I can see all of your beautiful blankets or add a project to the pattern in Ravelry.
Before I share the pattern with you, I want to include that this is also available in a pdf version in my Etsy and Ravelry shop (clink button above). Why pay for a pattern that is free you ask. The paid pattern comes with a printer friendly pdf and a screen friendly pdf that are both easy to read and full of pictures to help you as you crochet. You will also receive a link to a full video tutorial on Youtube. It is well worth the small fee to get all of the extra help for the pdfs and video can offer.
Before I ramble on too much more, let’s get into the pattern!
The Feathered Chevron Blanket
Baby Blanket: 30in by 32in
Throw: 60in by 64in
Hook: J (6mm)
Big Twist Value (Worsted Weight)
White (MC): 538 Yards
Dark Teal (CC): 458 Yards
Double the yarn for the throw.
5.5 rows of 9 Dc should make a 3in square.
Sc: Single Crochet
Dc: Double Crochet
MC: Main Color
CC: Contrasting Color
Dc2Tog: Double Crochet Two Together
Hdc: Half Double Crochet
Dc2Tog: Yarn Over and insert hook into next St. Yarn over and pull through the first two Sts on your hook. Yarn Over and insert hook into next St. Yarn over and pull through the first two loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through the remaining three Sts on hook.
-You must be able to carry your yarn in order to crochet this blanket, but have no fear! It is simple. Carrying your yarn means that one must hold the color of yarn that they are not using really close to the previous row in order to crochet over it.
-The yarn you are crocheting over can sometimes bunch up. You may want to give it a slight tug before changing colors to make for a smoother look. Make sure you don’t pull too tight or that will give your piece and bunched look as well.
In MC-Chain 114 (Baby Blanket) or 226 (Throw)
(If you are wanting to customize the size, chain any multiple of 16 and then add two for
the beginning chain.)
Row 1. 2Sc in second ch from hook. *1Sc in next 7 chains. Skip 1 chain. 1Sc in next 7 chains. 3Sc in next chain. Repeat from * until the end of the row placing 2Sc in the last chain. You should have 7(14) dips and 7 (14) peaks (the beginning 2Sc and final 2Sc count as one peak) at this point. Ch2 (does not count as first Dc) and turn.
Row 2. 1Dc in the first st. Begin another Dc in the same St and then switch to CC. *While crocheting over the MC, 1Dc in the next 5 Sts. Begin your Dc2Tog over next two Sts. Once you have three loops left on your hook, pick up your MC again, yarn over and pull through all three loops. While crocheting over the CC, Dc2Tog over the next two Sts. Pick up the CC again, yarn over and pull through the last three loops on your hook. While crocheting over the MC, Dc2Tog with the CC in the next two Sts. With CC, 1Dc in the next 5 Sts. Begin the 5th Dc, pick up the MC and pull through the last two loops of the 5th Dc. With MC, 3Dc in the next St while crocheting over the CC. In the last Dc of the three, pick up the CC, yarn over and pull through the last two loops. Repeat from* across the row until you have one St left. Before that last St, drop and cut the CC. Place 2Dc with the MC in that last St. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 3. With the MC, 2Hdc in the first St. *1Hdc in the next 7 Sts. Skip the next St (the MC St) then 1Hdc in the next 7 Sts. 3Hdc in the next St. Repeat from * until there is one St left. 2Hdc in the last St. Ch 2 and turn.
Rows 4-65 (129). Repeat Rows 2 and 3. Cut and weave in all ends.
(Note: the border and the tassels are completely optional)
Border. Note - you will want to crochet along one of the flat sides first. Slip St into any corner and then Ch1. 1Sc in each Hdc row and 2Sc in the end of each Dc row. Ch 1. On the ends of the blanket, each St/Ch will get 1Sc. 1Sc will be skipped in each dip (Like Row 1) and each peak will get a (Sc, Ch1, Sc). Sl St to first Sc to join, cut off end and weave in tail.
Tassels. Each tassel consists of 12, 12 in pieces of yarn. While holding all 12 pieces, fold yarn in half and bring through (from front to back) the chain 1 space on each peak. Bring loose strands through the loop that you’ve just made and pull tight. Trim to even lengths. Those pictured are 3 inches from top of the knot to bottom of the fringe.
After reading through this pattern, you have decided that you would like to purchase it, you can find it:
-on Etsy here
-on Ravelry here
-on Pinterest (to save for later) here.
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Copyright ©2018, 9603 Design Company. Please note that this pattern is an original design by 9603 Design Company. Please do not sell or claim the pattern as your own. You are free to sell finished products but please give credit to whom credit is due. Thank you!