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Corner-to-Corner Baby Blanket Pattern

Updated: Feb 10, 2021


***update***

After many people saying that couldn't print it out I have created a PDF and a Google Document that I hope you will be able to.

Another baby blanket order done. This is another Corner-to-Corner or C2C blanket. That seems to be the going trend right now. I've done 4 C2C blankets in 5 months.

I used Hobby Lobby I love this yarn. The skeins are 7 ounces/199 grams or 355 yards. I used 1 of Navy and 1 of White and then almost 2 of the gray mist.

It is 40 rows of increase. It is approximately 34 inches square WITHOUT the edging.

Materiels -


Yarn - 3-4 skeins (see above) Hook - H/5.00 Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Abbreviations - ch - chain dc - double crochet sl st - slip stitch sc - single crochet

This is a simple corner-2-corner pattern with a simple scalloped border. I did 6 rows of each color repetitively. When I got to the middle stripe I did 7 rows of gray so that it would look even and then went back to 6 rows of each color so it went like this. Increasing: 6 rows of gray 6 of white 6 of navy 6 of gray 6 of white 6 of navy 4 of gray Decreasing: 3 rows of gray 6 of white 6 of navy 6 of gray 6 of white 6 of navy 6 of gray

Chain 6 Row 1. DC in the 4th ch from hook and in the next 2 ch; turn - (1 block) Row 2. Ch 6, dc in 4th ch from hook and in the next 2 ch - sl st into the ch 3 space of previous row , ch 3 and 3 dc all in the ch 3 space of previous row; turn - (2 blocks made) Row 3. Ch 6, dc in 4th ch from hook and in the next 2 ch. - sl st into ch 3 space of previous row, ch 3, and 3 dc all in the ch 3 space of previous row, 2 times to give you 3 blocks. Continue this pattern - adding 1 block per row for Row 4 to Row 40. (I did 40 rows and then started decreasing on row 41.)

*Decrease* Row 41. (after turning) sl st across each dc, sl st into ch 3 space of previous row. Ch 3, 3 dc into the ch 3 from previous row. Sl st into ch3 of previous row. Turn

***Repeat Row 41 for Row 42 to Row 79. Fasten off.

*Scalloped Border* (be sure and do 3 stitches [whether dc or sc] into the corners) Row 1. Sc all the way around doing only 2 sc per square otherwise it might ripple. Sl st to the beginning sc. Row 2. Ch 3 and then dc in each sc. Sl st to the top ch of the ch3 Row 3. Without chaining, skip the first stitch of the row and work 5 dc into the next stitch. Skip 1 stitch, sl st into the next stitch (the slip stitch anchors the scallop). Skip the next stitch and then work 5 dc into the next stitch. So, it's 5 dc, skip stitch, sl st, skip stitch, 5 dc etc... all the way around.

As you get closer to the end you may have to not skip some stitches to make it evenish... Just do what looks good to you.

If you find any errors in this please let me know. Thanks!

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