Crochet Chevron Shawl Pattern

The classic chevron crochet stitch pattern is widely used for blankets and who can disagree? It’s gorgeous with it’s zig zag pattern. Did you know, though, that it can be used for shawls, too? No? Well, let me introduce you to the Northern Coast Shawl, a crochet chevron shawl pattern.

This image shows the crochet chevron shawl hung on a wooden fence, with trees and other foliage in the background. The shawl is spread wide so you can see each peak and valley of the chevron.

It’s not hard to love a classic chevron crochet pattern, whether it is worked in rows or in the round to form a star like my Rising Star Baby Blanket. It’s simple, it’s classic and it’s a fun way to bring some visual interest into whatever project you’re making.

This crochet chevron shawl is no exception. With a gorgeous half circle design, this crochet shawl pattern radiates in peaks and valleys. To add a touch of extra personality and beauty, puff stitches line the peaks and draw the eye outward.

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This image shows the crochet chevron shawl hung on a wooden fence, with trees and other foliage in the background. The shawl is spread wide so you can see each peak and valley of the chevron. Sun hits the top of the shawl, showing off the puff stitches.

The idea for a half circle crochet chevron shawl came to me and absolutely would not leave. I love shawls of all types, whether they are a triangle or a rectangle, but I loved the idea of a half circle that was more than just a half circle. I wanted elongating lines, visual interest on the edges and radiating color.

When I decided to make it a crochet chevron shawl, I was in love.

I won’t tell you the amount of different yarn I went through trying to nail down the vision I had in my head. Just know, I played with a lot of different yarns of different fibers and colors.

I finally landed on Yarn Bee’s Sugarwheel Cotton in the colorway Nutmeg Nibbles. It had the perfect stitch definition I was looking for and has the added benefit of being easily washed and blocked without too much care.

Plus, the colors remind me of the Northern coast where I’m from and of waves crashing on the beach. I couldn’t not use it, right?

A Beautiful Crochet Chevron Shawl Pattern

This crochet chevron shawl is designed by working from the center of the wingspan (the part that goes across your shoulders) outward. The shawl becomes larger and larger with each row and the peaks and valleys of the chevron pattern become more pronounced as we continue.

This crochet shawl pattern is perfect for self striping yarn, as you can see in the sample photos. It would also be fantastic in a solid color or in yarn that very slowly changes color.

Ultimately, I did design this crochet shawl using DK (Light – 3) weight cotton yarn, but you can easily use a different fiber or yarn weight if you prefer. Do keep in mind that if you change the yarn weight, the yarn usage for your crochet chevron shawl will differ and you will likely need to use a different hook size. You may also need to work more or less rows than instructed in the pattern.

This crochet chevron shawl is also fairly easy to customize. If you’d prefer a smaller shawl, you can simply stop crocheting the rows when the shawl is the size you like. If you’d prefer a larger shawl, you can continue crocheting rows in the established pattern until it reaches the size you desire.

This image is a close up of the shawl, so you can see the puff stitches.

Where to Get this Pattern

This crochet chevron shawl pattern is free in this blog post. Scroll down to view the free version.

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SKILL LEVEL

Advanced Beginner/Light Intermediate – This crochet chevron shawl uses fairly basic stitches and techniques that most advanced beginner crocheters should know. You should know how to chain, single crochet, double crochet, skip stitches, create chain spaces and work into them, and understand how to put several stitches into one indicated stitch or space.

Slightly more advanced techniques include the Puff Stitch, which is detailed in full in the Special Stitches section of this pattern.

You will need endurance as some rows have hundreds of stitches and you will need to know how to properly count stitches.

MATERIALS

Cotton DK (Light-3) yarn of your choice. You will need approximately 15 ounces/425 grams/1,005 yards.

Yarn Used
Yarn Bee Sugarwheel Cotton in colorway Nutmeg Nibbles

TOOLS

4.5 mm (G+) hook
Tapestry needle
Scissors
Stitch Markers, if you prefer them
Blocking Mats and Blocking Pins/Combs

GAUGE

16 dc x 9 rows = Approx 4 inches x 4 inches.

Special note: If your gauge is slightly off, it won’t ruin the shawl. Your shawl might be a little bigger or smaller, but you can always stop crocheting rows when your shawl is the size you like or continue creating rows if you’d like a bigger shawl. If your gauge is off by a lot, you may want to change hook size.

FINISHED SIZE

Wingspan (across shoulders): Approximately 64 inches
Length (at longest point): Approximately 30 inches.

Size is listed after blocking.

You can easily make this shawl smaller or larger.

Make the small smaller by stopping when the shawl is as big as you’d like or make it larger by adding rows.

ABBREVIATIONS

  • Ch – Chain 
  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Dc – Double Crochet
  • PS – Puff Stitch (4 yarn over closed PS stitch) * Please see special stitches.
  • Spc(s) – Space(s)
  • St(s) – Stitch(es)
  • Sk – Skip
  • (…Instructions…) – Instructions listed within parentheses in the pattern indicate to work all stitches into the same stitch or space.
  • […] – Repeats are listed inside brackets 
  • (…) – Stitch counts are listed at the end of the row in parentheses and italics.

NOTES

  • This shawl is worked from the center of the wingspan out in rows, growing larger with each row.
  • This shawl is worked in a “chevron” pattern, which has peaked points and valleys.
  • This shawl increases by creating chain 1 spaces. On rows that do not increase, there will be no chain 1 spaces made.
  • Chain 1 spaces are counted as stitches to be worked into and are included in the stitch count. For example: (36 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs). This means there are 36 stitches TOTAL, including the 10 chain 1 spaces created in this row.
  • Some rows of this shawl do not increase and will have the same stitch count as the previous row. There will be a note each time this occurs.
  • Chain 1 and Chain 2 turning chains do not count as stitches. Always start your row in the same stitch you chained out of.
  • Chain 2 spaces are always considered a “peak” of the chevron. 
  • You can use a different yarn weight or a different fiber of yarn if you prefer. Keep in mind: Your yarn usage will differ.

What are Peaks and Valleys?
A classic Chevron stitch pattern has what is referred to as “peaks” and “valleys”. This is a fancy way to say the point and the dip of the zig zag pattern.

A peak is always created by working 1 stitch into a chain 2 space, chaining 2 and working 1 stitch into the same chain 2 space.

A valley is always created by skipping 2 stitches.

What is the Slope and Why Does it Matter?
In this crochet chevron shawl pattern, the slope is the section of stitches (including chain 1 spaces) between each peak and valley. This  will be referenced in the stitch count. 

For example, you will see a full stitch count as “(168 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 14 sts each slope)”. In this example, you will have a total of 168 stitches with 5 chain 2 spaces and on each slope there will be 14 stitches.

I’ve included this for ease of stitch counting. In the earlier rows, counting stitches is fairly quick but, in later rows, there are hundreds of stitches which can make counting your stitches difficult.

With this information, you can accurately verify your stitches by counting the stitches on each slope.

Special Stitch – Puff Stitch (PS)

This pattern uses a closed Puff Stitch (PS). Puff Stitches are worked in a few different ways – so it is important to know which PS stitch to use. For the purposes of this pattern, we will be working with a closed PS. 

To work this Puff Stitch (PS), you will: [Yarn over and insert your hook into the indicated space. Yarn over and pull up a loop.] Repeat inside of the brackets 3 more times in the same space. You should now have 9 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through 8 of the 9 loops. 2 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through 2.

Working a “closed” PS gives you an obvious top of the stitch.

Special Stitch – Magic Circle

This pattern is written to use a magic circle.  You can use the magic circle or you can chain 3 and slip stitch to the first chain made to create a circle to work into. Your choice!

If you don’t know how to work a magic circle but would like to learn, I do have a photo and video tutorial!

This image shows the crochet chevron shawl hung on a wooden fence, with trees and other foliage in the background. The shawl is spread wide so you can see each peak and valley of the chevron.

Crochet Chevron Shawl Free Pattern

Pattern Instructions
Row 1 – In magic circle, ch 2 (doesn’t count here and throughout) and place 7 dc. Pull magic circle tail tight. (7)

Row 2 – Ch 2, turn. Place 2 dc in each of the next 3 sts, 1 dc next st, 2 dc in each of the next 3 sts. (13)

Row 3 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st. [sk 1 st, (dc, ch 1, dc) in next st]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 1 st, Place 2 dc in last st. (5 “V”s | 14 dc, 5 ch 1 spcs)

Row 4 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc in first st. [Sk 2 sts, (1 dc, 1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS, 1 dc) in ch 1 spc.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 2 dc last st. (24 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs)

Row 5 – Ch 2, turn. 3 dc in first st. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc, ch 1, 1 dc next st] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts, 3 dc in last st. (36 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs)

Row 6 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc. 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc, ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc]. Repeat 5x. Sk 2 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (48 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 7 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st. 1 dc next 2 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st. (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 2 sts, 2 dc last st. (48 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs)

Row 8 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc in each of the next 2 sts, 1 dc following st. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 3 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 3 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next st, 2 dc each of the next 2 sts. (60 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 5 sts each slope)

Row 9 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 2 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 2 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 2 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 2 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (72 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 6 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 10 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 4 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 3 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS , ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 3 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 4 sts, 2 dc last. (72 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 6 sts each slope)

Row 11 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 3 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 5 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 5 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 3 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (84 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 7 sts each slope)

Row 12 Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 4 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 4 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 4 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 4 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (96 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 8 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 13 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 6 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 5 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 5 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 6 sts, 2 dc last. (96 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 8 sts each slope)

Row 14 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 5 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 7 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 7 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 5 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (108 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 9 sts each slope)

Row 15 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 6 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 6 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 6 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 6 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (120 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 10 sts each slope)


The next row does NOT increase.
Row 16 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 8 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 7 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 7 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 8 sts, 2 dc last. (120 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 10 sts each slope)

Row 17 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 7 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 9 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 9 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 7 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (132 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 11 sts each slope)

Row 18 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 8 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 8 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 8 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 8 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (144 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 12 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 19 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 10 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 9 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 9 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 10 sts, 2 dc last. (144 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 12 sts each slope)

Row 20 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 9 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 11 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 11 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 9 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (156 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 13 sts each slope)

Row 21 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 10 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 10 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 10 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 10 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (168 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 14 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 22 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 12 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 11 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 11 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 12 sts, 2 dc last. (168 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 14 sts each slope)

Row 23 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 11 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 13 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 13 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 11 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (180 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 15 sts each slope)

Row 24 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 12 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 12 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 12 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 12 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (192 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 16 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 25 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 14 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 13 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 13 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 14 sts, 2 dc last. (192 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 16 sts each slope)

Row 26 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 13 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 15 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 15 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 13 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (204 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 17 sts each slope)

Row 27 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 14 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 14 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 14 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 14 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (216 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 18 sts each slope)
The next row does NOT increase.
Row 28 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 16 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 15 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 15 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 14 sts, 2 dc last. (216 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 18 sts each slope)

Row 29 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 15 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 17 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 17 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 15 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (228 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 19 sts each slope)

Row 30 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 16 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 16 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 16 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 16 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (240 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 20 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 31 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 18 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 17 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS st) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 17 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 18 sts, 2 dc last. (240 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 20 sts each slope)

Row 32 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 17 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 19 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 19 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 17 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (252 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 21 sts each slope)

Row 33 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 18 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 18 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 18 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 18 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (264 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 22 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 34 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 20 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 19 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 19 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 20 sts, 2 dc last. (264 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 22 sts each slope)

Row 35 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 19 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 21 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 21 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 19 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (276 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 23 sts each slope)

Row 36 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 20 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 20 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 20 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 20 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (288 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 24 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 37 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 22 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 21 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 21 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 22 sts, 2 dc last. (288 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 24 sts each slope)

Row 38 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 21 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 23 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 23 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 21 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (300 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 25 sts each slope)

Row 39 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 22 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 22 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 22 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 22 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (312 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 26 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 40 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 24 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 23 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 23 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 24 sts, 2 dc last. (312 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 26 sts each slope)

Row 41 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 23 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 25 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 25 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 23 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (324 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 27 sts each slope)

Row 42 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 24 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 24 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 24 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 24 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (336 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 28 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 43 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 26 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 25 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 25 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 26 sts, 2 dc last. (336 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 28 sts each slope)

Row 44 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 25 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 27 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 27 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 25 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (348 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 29 sts each slope)

Row 45 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 26 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 26 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 26 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 26 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (360 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 30 sts each slope)

The next row does NOT increase.
Row 46 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 1 dc next 28 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 27 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 27 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 28 sts, 2 dc last. (360 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 30 sts each slope)

Row 47 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 27 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc next 29 sts, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next 29 sts]. Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 27 sts. 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (372 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 31 sts each slope)

Row 48 – Ch 2, turn. 2 dc first st, 2 dc next st, 1 dc next 28 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 dc 28 sts, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next st, ch 1, (1 PS, ch 2, 1 PS) in ch 2 spc. Ch 1, 1 dc next st, 1 dc ch 1 spc, 1 dc next 28 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts. 1 dc next 28 sts, 2 dc next st, 2 dc last st. (384 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs | 32 sts each slope)

Row 49 – Ch 1, turn. 2 sc first st, 1 sc next 30 sts. [sk 2 sts, 1 sc 29 sts, 1 sc ch 1 spc, 1 sc next st, (2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc) in ch 2 spc. 1 sc next st, 1 sc ch 1 spc, 1 sc next 29 sts.] Repeat inside brackets 5x. Sk 2 sts, 1 sc next 30 sts, 2 sc last st. (394 sts, 5 ch 2 spcs)

Finish off, weave ends. You’re done!

You may prefer to block your work to really define the points of the chevron.

I blocked mine on my Knit IQ blocking mats and I used these blocking combs (these are amazing for straight lines!). I also used T pins to pull the points of the chevron down to really define them.

Then, I sprayed the crochet chevron shawl lightly with water and left overnight.

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