If you’ve followed me for a while you might have noticed that I’m in love with Corner to Corner (C2C) Patterns. I’ve designed several of them over the years and I love the fact that while they’re simple to make, they look stunning. Plus they appear to be much more difficult to the untrained eye than they actually are. The other added bonus is something I only discovered since having kids. You know those nights when the only way they decide to go to sleep is being snuggled up into your arms but with no way of you actually getting to sleep yourself, and you just need something to keep you going through the night? A simple C2C pattern is the answer, and you can just keep on going without having to check a pattern every 5 minutes (that is if you do a simple version of course!)
While reading my blog you might have noticed that I’m a bi-lingual crocheter, which means that all of my patterns and tutorials are available in both UK/Aus and US terms. The C2C basics are currently only available in US terms (sorry for that!), however I will update this blog post as soon once I’ve got around to write the UK/Aus version.
Learn to Corner to Corner crochet using US crochet terms
Learn to C2C crochet using UK/Aus crochet terms (coming soon :))
US crochet terms
How to Increase Using the Double Crochet C2C Stitch (US terms)
Row 3 and beyond
How to Decrease Using the Double Crochet C2C Stitch (US terms)
How to Increase Using the Half Double Crochet C2C Stitch (US terms)
Row 3 and beyond
How to Decrease Using the Half Double Crochet C2C Stitch (US terms)
Now that you’ve mastered all the basics of Corner to Corner, why not get started on one of my C2C designs:
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