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Corner to corner crochet rectangle

It can include color changes and even make pictures or words. In C2C, you’ll most often switch colors right before you complete the third double crochet stitch of the tile. Then you’d slip stitch to the ch-3-sp with the new color, and continue with the pattern.

Now that you’ve mastered the basic technique, here are a few free C2C crochet patterns to try. To reduce the number of color changes you need to make, you can carry your yarn along to the next section where you’ll be using it. Another way to make things easier is to reduce the number of yarn changes altogether.

Learn how to use a gauge swatch to determine the size of any C2C blanket pattern in the How To Design Your Own C2C Graph Patterns tutorial. Here though we’re specifically talking about stitches that are worked in the typical C2C method. These stitches all create a “stair step” effect with each row. Some crocheters choose to weave in ends every few rows, while others may do them at the end of each day. Others still save them all for one glorious weaving session at the conclusion of a project. • Be mindful of the direction you’re flipping your work.

You’ll increase by one tile per diagonal row until your desired dimension are reached then you’ll begin decreasing. Graph patterns typically begin in the bottom right corner, regardless of if you’re right or left handed. Please do not publish or share this pattern as your own. You may make items to sell with this pattern. In exchange, please link back to this page. Do NOT use my photos as your own sales photos.

The goal is to weave the ends in a way that secures the yarn tails without creating too much bulk. Work Row 3 in the same way that you worked Row 2. Now, we’ll need vanna white crochet pattern to join this tile to the first tile we made. Find the ch-3-space created by the turning-ch-3 on the first tile. Slip stitch into the ch-3-sp from the previous row.

Try using a self striping yarn for a more visually appealing finished product. Often the written instructions of a corner to corner pattern will say “corner” to indicate it’s time to start decreasing. Decreasing at the beginning of a row is what you do to create the flat edges on the left and top of the graph pattern.

To continue working your rectangle, simply repeat Rectangle Rows 1 and 2 until your rectangle reaches your desired length. Continue working in the c2c pattern to the end of the row, working a block in the last ch3-sp as with a normal increase row. Work in the traditional corner to corner pattern until one side of your work reaches the width of the shortest side you want your rectangle to be. This is a very common method for creating a rectangle that goes around a corner. You’ll find a lot of tutorials online explaining how to do this method. And you can be creative and make it go around the other corner too.