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Free C2C Crochet Blanket Patterns

The free C2C crochet blanket patterns here are all beautiful, modern designs made with the fun corner-to-corner crochet technique.

C2C crochet refers to any project that is worked from one corner to the other corner, increasing on one side and decreasing on the other.

C2C is often used to describe the boxed C2C stitch, which is made up of groups or ’tiles’ of double crochet or half double crochet. But there are many different crochet stitches that can be used with the C2C technique.

Diagonal Box Stitch C2C Patterns

A half-completed c2c crochet blanket.
Photo: hookedhazel.com

Barn Quilt Blanket from Hooked Hazel

This is such a gorgeous crochet rendition of a classic quilt design. The Barn Quilt Blanket is a free C2C blanket pattern, and the instructions are provided in both written and graph form.

SIZE: approximately 53″ x 68″ (135 cm x 173 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Brava Worsted from crochet.com.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: to make the blanket as pictured, you will need eight 100 g skeins of the colourway Dove Heather, four skeins of Brindle, three skeins of Wine, two skeins of Charcoal Heather, and two skeins of Denim.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors, a measuring tape, and a darning needle.

A stack of colourful C2C crochet blankets on an old green stool.
Photo: mypoppet.com.au

Scrappy Corner-to-Corner Crochet Blanket from My Poppet Makes

C2C blankets are a fantastic way to work through all your leftover yarn scraps. This designer has made magic yarn balls from her scraps and made these colourful blankets with them. There is a tutorial on making magic yarn balls on the site.

SIZE: any size.
YARN REQUIRED: a large magic yarn ball made from scraps of DK to worsted weight yarn ( you’ll need about 600 g for a baby blanket).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a yarn needle.

Emerald green art deco style c2c crochet blanket.
Photo: eclairemakery.com

Roaring 20s C2C Crochet Blanket from E’Claire Makery

The gorgeous art deco designs of the 1920s inspired this fantastic free C2C crochet blanket pattern. The free version of the pattern is worked from a graph. If you would like the larger graph or written instructions, they can be purchased in PDF format.

SIZE: 52″ x 60″ (132 cm x 152 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Vel-Luxe from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: you will need 1493 yards of the main colour and 561 yards of the contrasting colour. The colourways used in the image above are Emerald and Silver.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6.50 mm (K-10 ½) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors, a yarn needle, and bobbins (optional).

Three different views of a chevron striped c2c crochet blanket.
Photo: eandpcrochet.com

The Unwind Throw Blanket from Evelyn and Peter Crochet

The Unwind Throw Blanket is a free C2C crochet blanket pattern and video tutorial. The design is worked in four separate panels that are then crocheted together.

SIZE: the finished size is about 45″ x 57″ (114 cm x 145 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #5 / Bulky / Chunky / Craft weight yarn, e.g., Rewind from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: four 100 g skeins of the Elm colourway, three 100 g skeins of Capri Breeze, and three skeins of Citronella.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6.50 mm (K-10 ½) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors, and a yarn needle.

A pink red, and yellow c2c crochet graphgan of a sunrise.
Photo: eandpcrochet.com

Hello Sunshine Afghan from Evelyn and Peter Crochet

The Hello Sunshine Afghan is another gorgeous free C2C blanket pattern from Evelyn and Peter Crochet with a distinctly retro look.

SIZE: 50″ x 60″ (127 cm x 152 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Basic Stitch Anti-Pilling from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: four 100 g skeins of Mustard, five skeins of Pumpkin, four skeins of Baby Pink, and three skeins of White.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape, scissors, and a yarn needle.

A c2c crochet blanket with the image of a bear crocheted in red plaid.
Photo: makeanddocrew.com

Buffalo Plaid Crochet Bear Blanket from E’Claire Makery

This plaid bear C2C crochet blanket pattern, designed by Claire of E’Claire Makery is available for free on Make & Do Crew. The free pattern is in graph form.

SIZE: the free version measures 36″ x 36″ (91 cm x 91 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Lion Brand Feels Like Butta.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: four balls of Pale Grey, two balls of Cranberry, one ball of Black, and one ball of Red.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a yarn needle.

A c2c crochet blanket of an alpaca.
Photo: makeanddocrew.com

C2C Alpaca Blanket from Make & Do Crew

The cute alpaca in this design is crocheted in fuzzy boucle yarn and uses a basic acrylic for the rest of the blanket. The designer has made some helpful video and photo tutorials on colour changes, increasing and decreasing.

SIZE: 49½” x 49½” (126 cm x 126 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g. Vanna’s Choice from Lion Brand; and #5 / Bulky / Chunky / Craft weight boucle for the alpaca.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a tapestry needle and scissors.

A pastel chevron striped c2c crochet blanket.
Photo: pixelcrochet.com

C2C Boho Herringbone Blanket from Pixel Crochet

This c2c blanket pattern is the perfect opportunity for those who love to play with colour, or you could go with the beautiful soft pastel palette chosen by the designer.

SIZE: the finished size of the blanket is approximately 60″ x 72″ (152 cm x 183 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: not listed, but there is a handy link to a post that explains how to calculate the yardage required for c2c projects.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a yarn needle.

A c2c crochet version of a traditional quilt.
Photo: premieryarns.com

Modern Bouquet Blanket from Premier Yarns

The Modern Bouquet Blanket is reminiscent of a traditional quilt design; this free C2C crochet blanket pattern includes a coloured graph to work off.

SIZE: 60″ x 60″ (152 cm x 152 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Basix Worsted from Premier Yarn.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: one 200 g ball of the Buff colourway, one ball of Aran, four balls of Chocolate, four balls of Goldenrod, four balls of Leaf, and one ball of Ember.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a tapestry needle.

A c2c crochet blanket spilling out of a leather tote.
Photo: othcrochetnook.ca

Take It Easy C2C Blanket Pattern from OTH Crochet Nook

This free C2C crochet blanket pattern is perfect for working while watching tv or relaxing – no stitch counts, no colour changes and very few ends to weave in.

SIZE: 38″ x 38″ (96 cm x 96 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Chroma Twist Worsted from Knit Picks.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: about six 100 g balls.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and a yarn needle.

C2c crochet squares arranged in a blanket pattern.
Photo: divinedebris.com

The Concentric Squares Throw Blanket from Divine Debris

Another quilt-inspired, free C2C crochet blanket pattern; small squares are crocheted and joined together.

SIZE: each square measures 8″ x 8″ (20 cm x 20 cm); a finished 6 x 7 square blanket will measure approximately 40″ x 56″ (102 cm x 142 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Basic Stitch Anti-Pilling from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: you will need 58 yards in total for each square. 34 yards of colour A and 24 yards of colour B. The colours used above are Gold Heather and Ecru.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 4 mm (G-6) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape, scissors, and a yarn needle.

A pink and white C2C crochet blanket thrown across a couch.
Photo: eclairemakery.com

Amelia Quilt from E’Claire Makery

C2C is the perfect medium for converting traditional quilt designs into crochet. And here is another fantastic quilt-inspired c2c crochet blanket.

SIZE: Baby Blanket 36″ square (91 cm), Lapghan 36″ x 48″ (91 cm x 122 cm), and Throw 48″ x 60″ (122 cm x 152 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Pound of Love from Lion Brand.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: you will need between one and two 450 4 g skeins, depending on size.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape, scissors, and yarn needle.

A c2c crochet blanket with fringing.
Photo: yarnspirations.com

Bernat C2C Crochet Lattice Blanket from Yarnspirations

The C2C Crochet Lattice Blanket works up quickly in super bulky weight yarn.

SIZE: approximately 51″ x 59″ (130 cm x 150 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #6 / Super Bulky / Roving weight yarn, e.g. Bernat Blanket.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 870 yds/796 m or four balls of the colourway Vintage White, and 941 yds/860 m or five balls of Stormy Green.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 8 mm (L-11) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape, scissors, and a yarn needle.

A crochet C2C blanket in pink and black.
Photo: pixelcrochet.com

C2C Pink Peaks Crochet Pattern from Pixel Crochet

The Pink Peaks C2C crochet blanket pattern is a free pattern worked from a coloured graph. If you want a smaller blanket, the designer suggests working the pattern in the mini C2C stitch (half double crochet instead of doubles).

SIZE: about 61″ x 75″ (155 cm x 190 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn in black and three shades of pink.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: not listed, but there is a handy link to a post that explains how to calculate the yardage required for c2c projects.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: scissors and needle for weaving in ends.

A woman sitting on steps with a black and white c2c crochet blanket on her lap.
Photo: hookedhazel.com

Fractal Throw from Hooked Hazel

The Fractal Throw is a free geometric C2C crochet blanket design that looks perfect in black and white. The pattern includes a graph and written instructions.

SIZE: about 50″ square (127 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Brava 500 from crochet.com.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: 600 yards of the Asphalt Heather colourway and 700 yards of White.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5 mm (H-8) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a darning needle and scissors.

Patterns using other C2C stitches

Cream-coloured c2c crochet blanket hanging on a line with wooden pegs.
Photo: yarnspirations.com

Red Heart Solomon’s Knot C2C Crochet Blanket from Yarnspirations

Learn how to crochet the Solomon’s Knot C2C stitch with this free pattern.

SIZE: about 55″ square (140 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, e.g., Super Saver from Red Heart.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: three 200 g balls (1080 yds/980 m).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5.50 mm (I-9) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape or ruler for checking your gauge, scissors, a yarn needle, and a &” (18 cm) wide piece of cardboard for making the tassels.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: Solomon’s Knot.

A c2c  moss stitch crochet blanket hanging on a ladder with a plant in the foreground.
Photo: ktandthesquid.com

The Lark Throw from KT and the Squid

The Lark Throw is crocheted in C2C moss stitch and has been designed so that you do not have to hasten off yarn when changing colours. The only ends you will have to weave in are at the end of each skein.

SIZE: approximately 52″ x 52 ” (132 cm x 132 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn, Knit Picks Brava.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: nine 100 g balls of the colourway Dove Heather and four balls of Persimmon; or any colours you choose.
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 5.50 mm (I-9) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a measuring tape, scissors, and yarn needle.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: C2C Moss Stitch.

A chevron striped c2c crochet blanket hanging over a fence.
Photo: hookedonhomemadehappiness.com

Horizon Blanket from Hooked on Homemade Happiness

The Horizon Blanket uses self-striping yarn and the C2C moss stitch. The blanket is made of six rectangular panels sewn together to create this chevron look.

SIZE: 46″ x 46″ (117 cm x 117 cm).
YARN WEIGHT: #4 / Medium / Worsted / Aran weight yarn., e.g., I Love This Yarn! from Hobby Lobby.
HOW MUCH YARN DO I NEED?: nine skeins (2268 yards).
RECOMMENDED HOOK SIZE: 6 mm (J-10) crochet hook.
NOTIONS: a yarn needle, scissors, and stitch markers.
SPECIAL STITCHES/TECHNIQUES USED: C2C Moss Stitch.

FAQ’s

What is C2C Crochet?

C2C crochet, also known as corner-to-corner crochet, is a technique that involves crocheting a series of connected squares or stitches to create a fabric. It is called “corner-to-corner” because the squares or stitches are worked from one corner to the opposite corner, increasing on one side and decreasing on the other.

Is C2C Crochet hard?

C2C crochet is not hard. Even though some of the patterns look elaborate, C2C is easy once you’ve learnt the basics.


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  1. Theresa Null

    Fantastic designs! I love the art deco pieces.