How many stitches are in a chevron pattern?
Each “peak” or increase is going to have 3 stitches in 1 stitch, so you need one stitch for the increase. Each “valley” or decrease is going to have 3 stitches worked together so you need to have three stitches for each decrease.
How is chevron pattern calculated?
Good to Know: Chevron crochet consists of repeating V shapes. The number of multiples you start with is the same number of Vs you’ll make. For example, if you choose a multiple of (12 x 6) + 2, you’ll have 6 Vs. The width of your project is based on your crochet hook and yarn choice, as well as your tension.