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Chevron Panels Crochet Blanket
Chevron Panels Crochet Blanket

Crochet Chevron Panels Blanket

Crochet this fabulous Chevron Panels Blanket. The blanket is made up of 6 panels that are rectangles. The sloping looking is using the moss stitch or granite stitch. The panels are then sewn together to create this look.

Gray seems to always be in trend and works with most home decor situations. Using the Bernat Home Bundle yarn, you can have a beautiful look and it’s intriguing to crochet and wave the yarn change on its own.

Pattern

Crochet Chevron Panels Blanket
Crochet Chevron Panels Blanket. Click the picture to get the pattern.
Crochet Through the Forest Afghan
Crochet Through the Forest Afghan

If you prefer your afghan to be a solid wave completely across using the moss stitch, we have the Through The Forest Afghan. Just use the same yarn and recommended hook size. You don’t need to double up on the yarn for the forest version.

Either blanket will turn out lovely.

Tutorial

Join Panels without Sewing with Blanket-ez

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4 thoughts on “Crochet Chevron Panels Blanket + Tutorial

  1. The link to get the pdf, the ‘click on the picture’ to get the pattern (I assume it’s a pdf like always before) doesn’t work. I saved the image but some of the directions are cut off. Tried Safari and Chrome on both an iOS device and a Mac. Weird, eh? Did I miss something incorrect?

  2. Has this video for the Chevron panes blanket been available or is it new? I only ask because I bought some of the Bernat blanket bundle yarn about a year ago because of it having this pattern on the ball bands. I started it and had issues with the panels being of different lengths even though I used the same measuring tool to measure out my 62 inch length of the panels. I only have two panels that have the same number of rows. I still have to rework the third panel to get it to length along with the final three panels. Can you give an actual row count and not just a measurement for each panel as it would make this blanket so much easier to work up. Mine has been on hold now for almost a year.

  3. Thank you for your Lives and tutorials. I have been crocheting since I was in college. I’m always looking for new afghan patterns. And baby afghans patterns too. I like to find new stitches. I never knew there were so many. I am making baby afghans to include in Baby-Loss Boxes for families that just lost a baby. My daughter lost a baby at birth. She started these boxes.

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