Chevron Fade by Beata Jezek

Chevron Fade

Crochet
July 2020
yarn held together
Fingering
+ Fingering
= DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet
6.0 mm (J)
4921 - 5249 yards (4500 - 4800 m)
one size, easily modified
US
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This pattern is available for free.

Not a very wide blanket, but lovely on a bed. Or if you are sitting side by side on a couch!

The blanket is created by crocheting separate chevron strips which you’ll join together at the end. This makes the pattern size very flexible, you can make any size blanket you want! I used Hedgehog Fibres Sock Yarn held double to achieve the ombré effect, the colours pictured were a part of a HHF Fade Club.

Hedgehog Fibres offers club subscriptions every 3 months, or you can get a Fade Set - these pop up on the website. Best to follow on Instagram or to subscribe to the newsletter to get notified. You can create your own fade, or even use DK weight if you don’t want to hold sock yarn double.

Yarn: 9 skeins of HHF Sock Yarn in a fade arrangement, 1 skein of HHF Sock Yarn in Pucker, 1 skein of HHF Sock Yarn in Jelly, 1 skein of HHF Sock Yarn in Graphite. 12 skeins in total. Yarn held double throughout the project.