In case you wonder, “Herringbone” is a V-shaped pattern usually found in tweed fabrics and wooden floors. It’s similar to the “Chevron” pattern but, if you look closely you will note that the zig-zag lines are broken in Herringbone. The pattern owes its name to the herring fish, to whose skeleton it resembles.
You can add this pattern to your Ravelry library by clicking HERE.
Remember that, in case you need more patterns to add to this project, I adapted all patterns from my “12 Blocks for Xmas” blanket to the same number of stitches and rows than the “52 Square Pickup” ones. You can find them HERE.