Watch how to crochet the chevron stitch (video & written pattern)

Watch the video above to learn how to crochet the chevron stitch.
Chevron, or zig-zag, patterns are everywhere lately! They are on-trend and popular — so why not crochet the trendiest pattern out there? It's easy and quick, with stunning detail.
Chevron is an easy stitch to master, made up of only single crochets that produce a stunning effect. Even the beginner crocheter can make all the pretty chevron things.
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Ashleigh Kiser / DIY Everywhere
Materials
Any kind of yarn. I used worsted weight yarn.
The corresponding crochet hook size. I used an H 5 mm hook.
Pro tip: Change colors of yarn every few rows to create a striped chevron look. This will appear intricate and fun, effortlessly!
Abbreviations
st(s) stitches
ch chain
sc single crochet
sk skip
rep repeat
t turn
Written pattern
Row 1: Begin with a ch multiple of 11 +2 (I ch 22 +2, 24 total), 2 sc in 2nd from hook, *sc in next 4, sk 2, sc in next 4, 3 sc in next, rep from * across, only work 2 sc in last st, ch 1, t
Row 2: 2 sc in 1st st, *sc in next 4, sk 2, sc in next 4, 3 sc in next, rep from * across, only work 2 sc in last st, sh 1, t
Repeat Row 2 until desired length.
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