I love chevrons. There’s something about them that seems nautical and summery. Stripes of any nature make my hands get grabby, so (naturally) I’ve been queuing the hell out of anything that even closely resembles them.
Have you ever noticed that someone will come out with a technique or motif, and suddenly, you’re awash in buckets of patterns utilizing that same concept? The Kate Davie’s Owls Sweater is a great example…
Luckily, someone decided it was time to create colorblocked chevrons using increase and decrease techniques instead of the standard staggering colorwork. I’m queuing them about as quickly as they’re coming out.
BEAUTIFUL for summer. So cute with jeans or shorts. I love the sidways construction on this, which makes it so interesting, visually.
Some day, I will ABSOLUTELY make this. Obsessed with how gorgeous it is.
Great for scraps!
When I saw the black and white version in a pattern search: “OOH OOH OOH I NEED IT”… I have no self control, obviously.
I love how chic this is– it reminds me a bit of Charlie Brown’s famous tee shirt, and the colors could be swapped out to match a nursery. What a trendy little baby gift that definitely transcends any “home made” judgement.
Oh chevrons… Marry me. You are sassy and geometric and just the right amount of plain for bright colors.
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