Hi guys! Today I am sharing 28 of the cutest and coolest corner-to-corner crochet C2C blankets that I’ve come across on social media. C2C blankets are like Kraft Mac n’ Cheese; you either love it, you hate it, or you get sick of eating it after a few meals. Some crocheters love making C2C blankets because the graphghan possibilities are endless – if you think it, you can make it.
If you are not a fan of C2C, I understand. I have tried to make graphghans before, and wound up with a tangled mess of yarn. It’s an art form that takes practice and patience.
A few weeks ago, I came across this adorable C2C graphghan, featuring a mama avocado holding her baby (the pit); it made me want to give C2C another try. I hope that one of the patterns included in this round-up will give you that same feeling of, “Maybe I should give this another try,” or, “I want to make that!”.
Some of the patterns in this crochet C2C blankets round-up are free, and others are paid. There will be a description underneath each one, so you can make an informed choice, before clicking on your favourites!
If you are inspired to try C2C, but want to create your own design, you can use StitchFiddle – a free graphing software for crocheters and knitters.
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How to Pin Your Favourite Crochet C2C Blankets to Pinterest
To pin the patterns you love to your Pinterest Boards, I created a Pinterest Board that includes a pin for each pattern in this round-up (plus a few extra graphs). Click the button below to explore this Pinterest Board, and start pinning your favourites – these pins all lead to the original pattern source.
*Note: If you pin directly from this page, your pin will lead you back here, instead of to the original pattern.
C2C Throws for the Home: Modern, Boho + Vintage
In this section of the crochet round-up, you’ll find some of the prettiest C2C Throw Blankets to add pops of colour and coziness to your home. These blankets range from modern and neutral, to colourful and vintage, with a bit of boho thrown into the mix.
1. Scrappy Corner to Corner Blanket by My Poppet – Free
Let’s kick things off with these beautiful, scrappy C2C blankets to inspire you to use from your yarn stash. Are you turned off by the thought of hundreds of ends to weave in? Cintia from My Poppet has you covered. She includes a tutorial for making magic yarn balls (using the Russian Join Method), so you won’t have any ends to weave in at the end of your project!
2. Havana Nights Crochet C2C Blanket by Zeens and Rogers – $8.85
This off-centered arrow design by Zeens and Rogers is beautiful and modern. She used a lot of colours in her blanket, so I think it’s safe to say that this pattern would make a great stash-buster project.
3. Chevron Scrap Blanket by Maria’s Blue Crayon – Free
This chevron C2C scrappy blanket is made modern with it’s herringbone pattern. Maria’s Blue Crayon designed this blanket using a join-as-you-go method, so you won’t have to seam each rectangle together at the end – bonus!
4. Colourful Carnaby C2C Blanket by Emma Leith – Free
This C2C blanket reminds me of traditional crochet granny squares, with a modern, boho flair. The colour possibilities are endless, making this blanket a perfect stash-buster project. The free pattern is available as a PDF download on LoveCrafts.com.
5. Four Corners C2C Blanket by Studio Madelaine – Free
The Four Corners Pattern by Studio Madelaine is inspired by the Navajo pottery, fabrics, and designs. The free pattern includes a graph, border instructions, and helpful tips!
6. Runa C2C Blanket by Susan Kennedy – Free
The diamond and triangle design in this C2C blanket is gorgeous – just like all of Susan Kennedy’s creations. This blanket uses a lot of price-y bulky weight yarn, but you can make this budget friendly by using 2 strands of Worsted/Aran weight yarn held together. The free pattern includes row-by-row instructions.
7. Concentric Squares C2C Throw by Divine Debris – Free
There is nothing better than snuggling up with a handmade quilt, especially when it’s crocheted! The free pattern by Divine Debris includes a graph and instructions for seaming the squares together.
8. Southwest Sunburst C2C Blanket by One Dog Woof – Free
This beautiful Southwest Sunburst Blanket is inspired by Native American Art. Chi Wei from One Dog Woof includes a graph and written row-by-row instructions in the free pattern.
9. C2C Plaid Bear Blanket by E’claire Makery – Free
This Plaid Bear Pattern makes me think of cozy fall and winter days, when all you want to do is snuggle under a blanket and watch TV. The free pattern by E’Claire Makery includes a graph for you to follow.
10. Vintage Flower Truck C2C by Left in Knots – Free
This blanket makes me think of those beautiful spring and summer months, when the days get longer, and time seems to slows down. Left in Knots provides a graph, written instructions, and a video tutorial for right-handed crocheters. She also has a few variations of this truck pattern, so if spring is not your thing, there is a Summer, Fall, and Christmas truck.
11. Skeleton Throw Blanket by Loveable Loops – Free
This modern skeleton C2C is the perfect project for Halloween, but the neutral colours make this a blanket you can display year round. The free pattern by Loveable Loops, includes a graph, and written instructions for both RIGHT and LEFT handed crocheters.
12. Taylor Swift C2C Blanket by C2C Pattern Shop – $5
How cool is this Taylor Swift Afghan? If you love Andy Warhol’s art style, but are not a fan of Ms. Swift, I think you’ll love some of the other celebrity graphghans by Paula of C2C Pattern Shop. This pattern uses the mini C2C stitch (half double crochets instead of double crochets) to create smaller squares and tighter stitches; it also includes a graph and written row-by-row instructions.
13. Books and Coffee C2C by The Knotty Book – $4.15
Calling all Book and Coffee lovers: This C2C pattern is for you! I’m more of a tea drinker, but even I want to make one. This pattern by The Knotty Book includes a graph and row-by-row written instructions.
14. Be Kind Blanket by Cozy Nook’s Designs – Free
Sometimes, we need a reminder to be kind and treat others how we would like to be treated. We can’t be mean when we’re wrapped under a cozy blanket that clearly states to, “be kind”, can we? The free pattern by Cozy Nook’s Designs, includes a graph that you can download and print.
15. Let’s Stay Home Graphghan by Meghan Makes Do – Free
I figured that this cozy blanket was appropriate to share with everything that has been going on this past year. The free pattern by Meghan Makes Do, includes a graph that you can download and print!
16. C2C Dogghan CAL Blanket by Ink and Stitches – Free
Dog lovers, this one is for you! I love everything about this C2C afghan that is made in small squares and rectangles. This would be a great project to help you use up some of your half finished skeins of yarn. The free pattern by Ink and Stitches is a CAL (crochet-along), so you will find each section of the pattern in different blog posts.
17. C2C Catghan CAL Blanket by Ink and Stitches – Free
Don’t worry cat lovers, Ink and Stitches didn’t forget about you. This C2C afghan is so whimsical, and each square is worked separately before being seamed/joined together at the end of the project. The free pattern is worked as a crochet-along, so you will find each square in a different blog post on Ink and Stitches’ blog.
18. Harry Potter Graphghan by Yarn Geekery – Free
I grew up reading Harry Potter Books, and watching the movies, so I had to include this C2C graphghan. It’s absolutely amazing. The original C2C squares are designed by the Yarn Geekery, but a member of her Facebook group designed the Hogwarts Castle Banner that you see along the bottom of Solveig’s blanket. The free pattern for each square can be found on the Yarn Geekery blog, and the Hogwart’s Castle Banner can be found in her Facebook group, under “Files” and “Hogwarts Castle”.
19. Bernie Sanders C2C Blanket Pattern by Party Pie – $6.94
I couldn’t resist adding a Bernie Sanders C2C Afghan to the mix. He’s so grumpy and loveable haha. This pattern by Party Pie includes a graph for you to follow, and a yarn calculator to determine how much yarn you’ll need for your chosen size.
The Cutest C2C Baby Blankets: Stripes, Prints + Graphs
Below, you’ll find a compilation of the cutest crochet C2C baby blankets. From colourful stripes and prints, to adorable graphs, I hope you find a project that is perfect for your newest arrival.
20. Baby Brights C2C Blanket by BHooked – Free
This baby blanket is so bright and eye-catching. It uses a simple stripes pattern that is elevated by the ombre colour effect. The free pattern includes written instructions, tips, and everything you need to know to make crocheting this blanket a breeze!
21. Straight Through Your Deart by Happy in Red – $2.50
This C2C arrow pattern by Happy in Red would make an adorable gender-neutral baby blanket. Simply switch up the colours to personalize it for you and your loved ones, and you have a perfect baby shower gift.
22. PacMan C2C Baby Blanket by Stuff Steph Makes – Free
If you love the classic game of PacMan, you’ll love making this C2C PacMan blanket, designed by Steph Lewis. The free pattern includes a graph that you can download and print!
23. Koala C2C Blanket by Nana’s Crafty Home – Free
This adorable Koala bear design with a peach background is perfect for any gender. Nana’s Crafty Home shares a graph and row-by-row written instructions in her free pattern!
24. Panda Bear C2C Blanket by Nana’s Crafty Home – Free
Nana’s Crafty Home has done it again! How cute is this panda bear blanket? Tonya used the mini-C2C technique of half double crochets, so this blanket is closer to a baby blanket than a throw. If you use the regular C2C method, you can turn this pattern into a throw blanket.
25. Mum and Baby Avocado C2C by PrettyThingsByKatja – $6.30
This is the avocado mum and baby pattern that started it all! Can you imagine welcoming your newest arrival in this blanket? Katja includes a pattern for both a blanket and a pillow within her listing, so you get two patterns in one.
26. Bernat Rocketship Blanket by Yarnspirations – Free
Are there any space fans in your life? If so, this would make a great blanket for them to cuddle up in while sleeping or lounging around the house. The free pattern by Yarnspirations, includes a chart for you to download and print.
27. Gnome C2C Blanket Pattern by PrettyThingsbyKatja – $6.25
Is there anything cuter than gnomes holding lanterns in the snow? This pattern would make a great baby blanket or regular sized throw for your home. Katja includes a graph, written row-by-row instructions for C2C, and instructions for making this in single crochet with tapestry crochet. If you are a left-handed crocheter, send her a message, and she’ll send you a left-handed graph, free of charge.
28. Alpaca Pattern by Bracelet Book – Free
This alpaca pattern is a little graph on the Bracelet Book’s blog, but I wanted to include it just for fun. If you did a bit of math, you could use this graph to make a full-sized baby blanket or throw. You’d have the coolest blanket around!