A chevron runner rug pattern is also called a ripple or zigzag pattern, because it consists of a series of peaks and valleys, which looks like waves. Working this classic pattern can be described as crocheting up a mountain and looked down into a valley, and so on. Chevron carpet pattern below requires knowledge of crochet basics, but it’s easy enough for beginners. Crochet this pattern with soft, light yarn to make a baby blanket or heavier yarn to make a hot roll.
Wavy chevron runner rug pattern is a crochet stitch consists of shells and cluster worked in double chain stitch. Three double chain stitches are worked in a seam to form peaks (also called an increase); valleys formed by skip two stitches (decrease). This combination gives a soft but dense material. Pattern instructions here are for a 36 by 60 inch blanket of medium weight yarn.
Work in wavy chevron runner rug stitch until Afghan measure desired length. Pattern nails is a repeat of following series: chain three turn. Repeat next to last five stitches, skip next two double crochet stitches, double crochet seam in each of next five stitches works three double crochet stitches in next stitch, and works a double crochet seam in each of next five Sting . In last five stitches, work one double crochet stitch in next five double crochet stitches, skip next double crochet stitch and finish by working a double crochet stitch in top of turning chain stitch. Six rows measures about four inches.