Corner To Corner Crochet Southwestern Throw Blanket
Do you enjoy Corner to Corner crochet (C2C)? This Southwestern style throw caught our eye this week. The design is 100% perfect for the C2C technique – the blocks look great. This design looks really challenging, but it’s so easy! If you’ve gotten the hang of C2C crochet, and you can follow along a graph, this blanket is not going to be hard for you. The hardest part is managing the yarn, but even that wasn’t as big of a deal as I originally thought.
C2C is a crochet style which uses graphs to make patterns or designs in the crochet, arranged into small blocks. It’s often used to create very colorful or pictorial designs. Usually, you don’t get a full line by line tutorial as you might for a regular pattern because the stitch is easy and repeats for every block. But you do get a graph which shows which block should be in which color. Somethings the corner to corner blankets are called ‘graph-ghans’ because you follow the graph to make them.
- Any worsted weight yarn will be great.
- Hook used: Size H (5.0mm)
Finished throw size is approximately 45″ by 60″
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If the idea of the Corner to Corner crochet is new to you, don’t worry. Once you get the idea it’s easy! Check out this step by step picture tutorial on the Craftsy blog about how to get started in C2C crochet. Or watch this video below in which everything is explained.