Chevron Crochet Curtains


Patterned in a cafe style, these Chevron Crochet Curtains can be worked up and tweaked for your use over any sized window. The crochet curtain pattern has a lacy feel that lets some light in while still giving you that privacy you need. Learn how to make curtains so you can cover every room in your house from the living and bed rooms to the bathroom and kitchen. You can use any colors you want or stick with classic black and white.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This curtain pattern is great! We are moving into a new house next week, and I have a feeling I will need to get some of these made quickly! I guess I will have to wait and see what I can do with what we already have. I will definitely be keeping this to make soon!

I like the idea of bringing the crochet to the windows of the room as well. I really attempt to leave a few rooms crochet free so I am running out of practical projects for myself. This is perfect because at this time I could use a pair of crochet curtains in the crochet room.

My entryway window will be so dressed up with an addition of this chevron crochet curtain. Planning to use two shades of blue to match the decor. I plan on starting later this afternoon and hope to have it completed by the weekend.

I have to admit I've never seen crocheted curtains or a pattern for them either! My first thought was nooooo...wouldn't these get too heavy? But, you know what I really like Moogly's website...guess you could say I even trust them. This would be easy to tailor to the room colors. The Moogly website even gives you the multiples to modify the size. Their links are always where you need them. I think this could come in real handy in the future!

I love this pattern! When I get done most of my house will have these curtains at the windows.

I've made a curtain using this pattern and it is lovely! My granddaughter likes purples. I found a bamboo metallic purple yarn, three different colors of purple cotton yarn, and a cream colored yarn. I held two strands together to make the curtain, with the darkest color on the bottom, lightest color on the top and the metallic yarn running through the whole curtain. My granddaughter loved it so now I get to make two more. ) It's an easy design and almost mindless to work.

I am actually in the process of making these curtains for our patio door. The sizing on this pattern is perfect for one panel and I have to make three panels to cover the width. I am also going to lengthen it down to floor length to add extra privacy at night. I am new to reading diagrams, but I found that following the diagram on this pattern is much easier than trying to understand the written instructions for the chevron.

I have also been planning to make these for quite some time now but never seemed to find the time. My youngest loves chevrons and has been wanting a blanket with matching curtains. I found the blanket on this site just a couple of days or so ago, now I just need to yarn shop.

Oh my word! These curtains are so gorgeous. They are lovely in the original colour scheme, but imagine what they would look like in jewel tones with the sun streaming through them? Deep violet, emerald, ruby red, glowing sapphire. I think it would be a signature statement for any kitchen.

Wow, I am very impressed by the look of this panel. How very original! I appreciate the detailed instructions explaining how to make the panel more narrow, what to do for a bigger window, or even a suggestion to make them much longer. This exact pattern would make an awesome lightweight throw.

I have had this pattern on my to do list for so long and I just recently moved, so i really feel like now is the time i need to get to it. I love the way these chevron curtains look and they could be made to go with any color scheme. I really need to find the time to get a set made.

Wow this is so beautiful. I want to make something like this for my living room and the girls' room. Here's the link to the pattern http//

I modified the length and width of your pattern and made a shawl. Thanks for the great chevron base.

Very creative. Thanks for sharing your work.

I have the perfect place to try out this curtain pattern in my side door window. I am wondering if kitchen cotton yarn would work as well as regular worsted-weight acrylic? Do you have any suggestions for gauge swatch when using the cotton yarn, Tamara? Thank you for sharing this pattern with your readers. Donna B.


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