Big Bold Chevron Blanket

Apr 4, 2014
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Author

Tamara Kelly

Introduction

The open mesh of this pattern is absolutely perfect for cool spring days and summer nights, when you need a little something - but a regular blanket is way too much. Plus it works up fast fast fast, and uses hardly any yardage compared to similar sized blankets! I made the throw size, and used less than 4 skeins of Red Heart With Love! So with no further ado, here's the Big Bold Chevron Blanket!

Materials List

  • US – K, 6.5mm hook
  •  245 - 4620 yds total Aran weight yarn in 2 colors (equal amounts of both colors)

Finished Size

Preemie/Lovie (24″ x 24″) – 245 yds; Ch 81; 21 Rows; 7 stripes
Baby Blanket ( 34″ x 38″) – 545 yds; Ch 119;  33 Rows; 11 stripes
Afghan/Throw (Shown, 50″ x 66″) – 1380 yds; Ch 176; 57 Rows; 19 stripes
Twin Blanket (66″ x 94″) – 2610 yds; Ch 233; 81 Rows; 27 stripes
Queen Blanket (93″ x 100″) – 3906 yds; Ch 328; 87 Rows; 29 stripes
King/Cal. King (110″ x 100″) – 4620 yds; Ch 385; 87 Rows; 29 stripes

Gauge

14 sts = 4"; each stripe is 3.47" thick

Notes

Video tutorial and chart included for the stitch pattern.

The Pattern

For the full written instructions, please visit http://www.mooglyblog.com/big-bold-chevron-blanket/ Thank you so much! :D


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