Chevron Afghan


Chevron Afghan


When thinking of classic crochet afghan patterns, the ripple stitch is definitely one of the most fun. Just take this Chevron Afghan for example! Keeping it simple, this vintage crochet afghan pattern uses just three colors to create a simple and unique ripple pattern. If you're new to crochet, then you won't want to miss this beautiful pattern. In a few easy steps you'll be able to complete this wonderful crochet afghan.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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So chocolatey! By now, I have mastered the ripple stitch, wave stitch whatever you call it. I have just finished doing throw pillow covers in ripple stitch and they are so beautiful. This Chevron Afghan will just be a walk-in-the-park project should I decide to start it. I love the colors used here. Thanks.

The ripple pattern is so beautiful. It adds dimension with the ridges formed. I always enjoy crocheting the chevron pattern. The colors chosen are very complementary but could be changed out for any colors to match the season or a favorite. I have found that the ripple patterns take a little extra care when crocheting so that the stitches are not stretched out.


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