Easy C2C Crochet Patterns
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Are you looking for new c2c crochet patterns? Corner to Corner crochet is an adaptable crochet technique that is used for a variety of projects. While most think it is only one stitch, there are plenty of options to choose from. Read on to find out more about the technique and to find your next c2c crochet project.
What is C2C Crochet?
Corner to Corner is more than one stitch? Yes. Don’t worry, you are not alone. When I first began to crochet I too thought that this was a single stitch – the traditional block stitch. As my experience and knowledge grew, I discovered the C2C technique is more widely used.
Corner to Corner or C2C Crochet is a technique that can be applied to a variety of stitches. Unlike ‘normal’ crochet, there is no long starting chain to work from. Working from side to side, you increase (and decrease) in the corners of your work, using a regular formula, to create your finished project. Great for rectangle or square projects and colourwork there really is something for everyone.
Easy C2C Crochet Patterns for all
I confess, I am not the biggest fan of the traditional block stitch, so I have got together a few of my designer friends to share some examples of corner to corner crochet using both the traditional block stitch and some other stitches to get you started on your c2c project adventures.
Home Sweet Home Potholder
The Home Sweet Home Potholder is a free c2c crochet pattern from Raffamusa Designs featuring the mini c2c stitch. To find out more and access the free pattern, hit the button below.
Corner to Corner Wattle Stitch Washcloth
Looking for a super quick c2c project to get stuck into? Check out the FREE C2C Wattle Stitch Washcloth pattern by Made by Gootie. This is a quick to work up, practical c2c crochet project, with bags of texture. To find out more hit the button below.
Granny Stitch C2C Baby Blanket
Baby blankets of all kinds are always an in demand project and this corner to corner granny stitch baby blanket by Cosy Rosie UK is a great alternative to the ‘traditional’ c2c stitch. To find out more and access the free c2c crochet pattern, hit the button below.
Cloverleaf is an easy corner to corner project designed by me. Using the V stitch, this lacy open shawl works up quickly. To find out more and access the free pattern, head over to the blog post via the button below
C2C Buffalo Plaid Blanket
I love buffalo plaid and this free corner to corner crochet pattern from A Crocheted Simplicity is a great example of that. Using the griddle stitch, if you love buffalo plaid and lots of texture then this is the pattern for you. For all the details, and to access the free c2c crochet pattern, hit the button below.
C2C Cables Crochet Pillow
Post Stitches in C2C Crochet? Yes, you can. The Corner to Corner Cables Pillow is a free corner to corner crochet pattern by Stitches n Scraps. To find out more and get started on this corner to corner project, head over to the blog post via the button below.
Sunset C2C Shawl
The Sunset C2C Shawl is a free easy c2c crochet pattern from Nikki’s Homemade Crafts. Featuring the mini c2c stitch – hdc, this colourful shawl works up quickly in dk weight yarn. For all the details and to get started on this c2c project, hit the button below.
Sweet Crochet Bolster
Bolster Cushions are life and this super cute C2C Bolster Cushion is a great way to add c2c crochet projects to your home. The Sweet Crochet Bolster is a free crochet pattern from Dora Does using single crochet. To find out more and access the free pattern, hit the button below to head over to the blog.
Martha’s Retro C2C Apron
Looking to add a touch of retro fashion to your project pile? The Martha Retro C2C Apron pattern is a free crochet pattern by Hanjan Crochet. To find out more and to make your own Apron, head over to the blog post here.
C2C Crochet Santa Blanket
Santa is always welcome in my house, and this C2C Crochet Pattern is definitely one to put on my wip list! Combining traditional block stitch with puff stitches, this corner to corner pattern is sure to raise a smile from a lucky receiver! To find out more, and make your own C2C Crochet Santa Blanket, head over to the blog post on Make and Do Crew via the button below.
Shadow Path Blanket
The Shadow Path Blanket is an easy corner to corner project using the moss stitch. With an easy repeating and striped layout, this is sure to look amazing in any colour. To find out more, and make your own Shadow Path Blanket, hit the button below.
Summer Rain Shawl
The Summer Rain Shawl is an easy c2c crochet pattern from ACCROchet. Using corner to corner crochet in the body of the shawl, you can find out more and access the pattern via the button below
C2C Suzette Stitch Washcloth
For a super simple c2c project with texture the C2C Suzette Stitch Washcloth is a great find. Find out more about the free pattern on Made by Gootie via the button below.
Candy Stripes Lapghan
The Candy Stripes Lapghan is a free c2c crochet pattern from A Crocheted Simplicity. Featuring the extended Moss Stitch, you can find out more and access the free pattern via the button below.
The Sadie Shawl is an easy corner to corner crochet shawl pattern designed by me. Featuring the puff and v stitch, this shawl pattern works up quickly. To find out more and make your own Sadie, hit the button below.
Waves of Grain C2C Baby Blanket
The Waves of Grain Blanket is a free corner to corner crochet pattern by Made by Gootie. Featuring both the v stitch and the puff stitch you can find out more and make your own Waves of Grain Blanket via the button below.
Autumn Storm Shrug
The Autumn Storm Shrug is a free C2C Crochet Shrug pattern by Blue Star Crochet. To find out more and make your own Autumn Storm Shrug, hit the button below.
Ah, see how versatile corner to corner crochet stitches can be? I hope you enjoyed the post and found some inspiration for your next C2C project.
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