If you want to practice the chevron stitch without wasting the swatch, a crocheted scarf would be a great idea. Like any other scarf, it will also be warm and cozy but super colorful and stylish. So, check out this roundup of free crochet chevron stitch scarf patterns to learn alot of fashionable variations in this scarf that everybody will love. All these patterns will need the basic techniques, so beginners and, too, crochet them. You will also find a guide for the chevron stitch (don’t confuse it with the V-stitch). So, let’s get started!
How to Crochet Chevron Stitch For Scarves?
Chevron stitch is largely independent of which stitch we use to crochet it. Because it is a pattern (not stitch) that looks like stripes of ripples or waves in a row. You can use any basic stitch to complex crochet stitch in the scarf to make it. In crocheted scarves, you start with a smaller number of foundation stitches according to the width of the scarf you want. Then you simply use the crochet chevron stitch as you practice it. Here is a video tutorial for it:
Techniques to Know
What are the best yarns for the crochet chevron stitch scarf patterns?
You can use many weighs and fibers of yarns for crocheting the chevron stitch scarves. Below are some of the recommendations:
Wool: This yarn can be used if you get a high-quality one (that is a little expensive). These will be soft, warmer and very elastic. Low-quality wools, although warm, are irritating to the skin. So, avoid using them.
Acrylic: If you do not have enough money for wool, acrylic is a cheap alternative. It is less warm than wool but great to use for chevron stitch scarves where alot of colors are needed.
Tip: Try to change the color in every row or after some spcific number of rows to highlight more the chevron stitch on scarf.
Bargello Striped Scarf
Uses: Whether you wear it to keep warm during the chilly months or as a distinctive accent to your ensemble, this scarf exudes an undeniable charm that appeals to everyone.
Red Heart Super Saver yarn
6mm crochet hook
Drawing inspiration from the Bargello style, you create this scarf with a blend of basic techniques such as chains, double crochet, and slip stitch, bringing to life the engaging striped pattern. The use of three colours provides room for customization, allowing you to personalize the scarf to fit your style or mood.
Uses: This beautiful scarf can be draped around your neck to keep the chill at bay or folded in half and passed through for additional warmth. Its distinctive chevron design and cheerful colourways make it a practical winter accessory and a fashionable piece that pairs well with casual and sophisticated looks.
Worsted weight Yarn
5.00mm Crochet hook
The scarf begins with a base chain. You’ll start with 2 double crochet stitches in the 3rd chain from the hook (skipping chains do not count). Following this, the scarf relies on a repeated pattern of double crochet stitches and double crochet 3 together over the next 3 chains. After this, you’ll double-crochet in each of the next 4 chains to create the pleasing “peaks and valleys” inherent to the chevron design. This pattern repeats across each row. The colour changes that show off the chevron design are handled by the yarn itself. Specifically, the yarn used in the sample (Caron Cotton Cakes) is a self-striping yarn, which automatically changes colour as you continue crocheting.
Neeta Chevron Scarf
Uses: With the Neeta Chevron Scarf in your wardrobe, preparing for a crisp winter morning stroll or a sophisticated gathering is easy. Its bold design, featuring black and white chevron stripes with purple borders, makes it the star attraction against a simple outfit.
Worsted weight Yarn
8mm Crochet hook
The Neeta Scarf follows the overlay Tunisian mosaic crochet technique. This means you’ll work on each row lengthwise, creating a long scarf. The pattern includes a repeat of 6 rows for the mosaic section. White, black, and purple yarn are introduced strategically to create the striking chevron design and purple borders. You can tweak the length by adding or removing rows in multiples of 6! For the width, add or remove stitches in multiples of 8. Once you’ve completed the desired scarf size, you’ll fasten it off and weave the ends in.
Uses: This soft, lightweight piece is quick to prepare, and its fun chevron design makes it a delight to wear. With tassels at both ends, the Chev Scarf brings a dash of whimsy that hints at ease and sophistication.
4.5mm Crochet hook
Start by chaining 17, which will form the base of the Chev Scarf. Creating the pattern: Work the chevron pattern using double crochet (dc) stitches and double crochet 2 together (dc2tog) over three chains or stitches. The pattern takes shape by repeating Row 2, which consists of a mix of dc, dc2tog, and chain 1 stitches. Ensure that you maintain consistent tension while working on the scarf. This helps to create an even and clean chevron pattern throughout the project. Create tassels or fringe by wrapping the yarn multiple times around an object of your choice and cutting the strands through the middle. Use a large crochet hook (or your fingers) to secure the strands through the points at either scarf’s end. After the tassels are in place, your Chev Scarf is complete, exuding style and comfort.
Uses: Boasting bold chevron stripes and adorned with four delightful tassels, this 70-inch-long scarf adds an air of style to your appearance. It’s the perfect statement piece for women who appreciate vibrant colors and cherish an accessory.
Caron Simply Soft Yarn
Crochet hook suitable for the yarn weight
The process of creating the Chevron Scarf is engaging, as you work with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet front post techniques. Begin by crafting two separate sections of the scarf, each featuring a distinct color. The sections are then joined in the middle to form the scarf’s beautiful chevron-striped pattern. To complete the project, attach four lush tassels, providing a chic finishing touch.
Soft Waves Scarf
Uses: The Soft Waves Scarf is a fashionable accessory that offers warmth and style! Emulating sea waves, the patterns add a touch of nature-inspired elegance to dress outfits, making them a fitting choice for any weather.
Red Heart Super Saver
6.50mm Crochet hook
The scarf is defined by a sequence of double crochet, double crochet 2 together, and chain stitches in specific multiples. Repeatedly work through Row 2, which consists of these stitches, until you have 97 rows in total. Ensure the scarf dimensions align with the finished measurements — excluding tassels: 62” Length x 7.5” Width. Cut 20-inch-long yarn strands, group them into sets of 9, and secure each set onto the scarf! Both ends of the scarf should have space for 9 tassels each. Use the steaming method to block your acrylic yarn scarf, avoiding getting too close to the stuff. This completes the Soft Waves Scarf, ready for the cold or for coordinating with your favorite outfit.
Chevron Tube Scarf
Uses: Featuring a classic chevron stitch pattern, the scarf differs from typical designs as it is constructed in a tube shape. This round form gives the scarf an extra plush feel, making it not just a chunky accessory but also a comfy one ideal for chillier days.
Lion Brand Yarn
5mm Crochet hook
The Chevron Tube Scarf creation involves essential crochet stitches such as the Chain, Double, and Slip stitches, all coordinated in joined rounds to produce the tube shape. The pattern is easy to follow and adjustable, allowing you to vary the scarf’s length based on your preference. An intricate finish is achieved by sewing the ends neatly, resulting in a plush and stylish accessory.
Simple Chevron Scarf
Uses: It wraps comfortably around the neck, radiating an elegance that enhances your outfit! Interestingly, its pattern appears intricate, but the stitch rhythm is simple and quick.
Worsted Weight Yarn
4mm Crochet hook
Start by chaining 47. This action forms the basis for the scarf! Using Half Double Crochet stitches (hdc), stitch two hdcs in the second chain from the hook, followed by one hdc in the next five chains. The Chevron pattern gets its unique form by implementing a ‘hdc2tog over 4 chains’ technique, essentially creating a decrease over three stitches, with the middle two stitches being skipped. The colors of the scarf are switched between three colorways following a specific sequence: six rows of color A, three rows of color B, six rows of color C, and then three rows of color B again. After completing 168 rows of this pattern, end off and ensure all ends are neatly tucked away.
Stellar Chevron Scarf
Uses: This scarf claims a unique spot in the array of winter accessories, offering comfort and a chic aesthetic. Its warmer touch is perfect for frosty conditions, and its modern chevron look adds an element of taste to any outfit.
A self-striping yarn
Match the size of the hook with your yarn’s
Begin by creating the foundation chain according to the pattern. The multiple stitches needed for the pattern ensure the desired width of the scarf. Proceed to work the openwork crochet pattern in rows. This involves combining basic crochet stitches to form the chevron design. After a few repetitions, the pattern becomes easy to memorize, allowing for a smooth crocheting experience. The Stellar Chevron Scarf pattern takes advantage of self-striping yarn, which creates beautiful color transitions throughout the scarf as you work on it. After reaching the desired length, finish off the scarf by following the pattern instructions. Ensure all loose ends are neatly tucked away to create a polished final product.