There are so many variations of the chevron or ripple stitch patterns and so many uses for them. I have collected 7 free crochet patterns that all use variations of the chevron stitch.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Ripple Candy Baby Blanket by Kim Guzman
This pretty striped baby blanket is sure to keep your new one warm and cozy.
2) Crochet Double Sweet Ripple Blanket by Naztazia
“This blanket is extra sweet because it works up quickly using double crochet stitches and two strands of yarn held together. You can also blend yarn colors to create a softer effect when changing colors”
3) Green Tea Scarf by Beatrice Ryan Designs
“Fun, Fresh and a Free Crochet Pattern!! The Green Tea Scarf is a simple chevron pattern made with “X” stitches…. This gives it a nice lacy, feminine look!!”
4) Summer Fling Throw by Moogly
“Have a summer (or winter) love affair with the ripple stitch when you crochet the Summer Fling Throw! This easy to memorize blanket pattern can by made in any size – and in cool cotton, used year round!”
5) Chevron Clutch Purse by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts
“I knew I would be going out with my husband soon on a date night and need a new clutch purse. So, I thought a chevron stitch pattern would be perfect for that and that’s how my new pattern the Chevron Clutch Purse was designed in my head.”
6) Granny’s Wave Cowl by Jessie At Home
“The Granny’s Wave Cowl is great for those cold days ahead. Stay warm in style! The granny wave stitch is a cross between a chevron and a granny stitch, and it creates a lovely look, especially when worked in 2 colors.”
7) Spacey Chevrons Cowl by The Unraveled Mitten
“This crochet cowl pattern was one of the first I put on paper and one of my favorite to wear. It uses only double crochets and chains which makes it a great easy project for the beginner!”
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