Chevrons are classic, visually interesting to look at & fun to knit.
These projects combine the chevron design with gradient color shifts – workable as a scarf or shawl, baby or lap blanket, or large blanket. Instructions for all three variations are included.
Dive into your stash and gather together your favorite hues.
Each project outlines a different option for combining colors. Follow along exactly as written, or mix and match to create something wonderful!
The scarf uses 600 yds (540m.) fingering or dk weight, & is worked at a gauge of 22 sts/4”(10cm) in chevron pattern.
color A - 300 yds (270m)
color B - 200 yds (180m)
color C - 100 yds (90m)
The baby blanket/lap robe uses 400 yds (360m) chunky (or 800 yds (720m) light worsted, held double. Gauge is 14sts/4” (10cm) in pattern. 4 colors are used, 100 yds (90m) each.
The large blanket/throw uses 1700 yds (1530m) chunky weight yarn, worked at a gauge of 14sts/4” (10cm) in pattern
color A - 570 yds (515m)
color B - 850 yds (765m)
color C - 140 yds (126m)
color D - 140 yds (126m)