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The Spooky Corner to Corner Crochet Banner is a great project for anyone who loves to decorate for the holidays. Corner to corner projects are a lot of fun and this smaller corner to corner crochet banner has all the fun of C2C without being a huge project. This project only takes three colors, so less yarn to tangle and is perfect for the Halloween season.
Why the word ‘Spooky’, well last year when my son was three years old his word for Halloween was ‘Spooky Pumpkin’. He did not really understand the holiday but he knew he saw tons of spooky pumpkins in all the stories. He also learned to decipher between spooky things and scary things. We like spooky!
At the end of the Halloween season last year I saw a super adorable sign that said Spooky, but I did not buy it. This year we are teaching my son his ABC’s and the word Spooky just seemed perfect for a quick corner to corner crochet banner!
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I let go ahead and get started with some spooooky C2C fun!
New to Corner to Corner Crochet?
If you are new to the C2C method I highly recommend that you check out Jessica at Make and Do Crew’s How to Corner to Corner Crochet Tutorial! She does a wonderful job explaining the process.
Below I have included both the written pattern and a printable chart for this crochet banner. I prefer to follow the written instructions and just use the chart to check my progress. The chart helps me spot any mistakes if I make them.
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Spooky Banner Materials
1 skein Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Grey Heather
1 skein Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Pumpkin
1 skein Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Spring Green
Clover Amour Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm
Ch – Chain
Stitches and Abbreviations
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Dc2tog – Double Crochet two together
Dc3tog – Double Crochet three together
Slst – Slip stitch
Working into the bottom of the banner.
Gauge and Dimensions
I used the Double Crochet to create my C2C design. My banner measured 36.5″ by 8″ with the point adding an additional 5 inches at the bottom.
One c2c square = 3/4″
Spooky Crochet Banner Graph
Click here for a printable graph.
Would you like the written pattern? I have included a free PDF with the written pattern in my newsletter freebie. Sign up for my newsletter for all my freebies. I omitted the written pattern from the blog post because of the length.
Completing your Crochet Banner
Once I was finished with my crochet banner, I wanted to add a nice point to the end.
Row 1: Slst to last grey dc on one side of the banner. Ch2, Work 3 dc into each Dc C2C square. (33)
Row 2: Ch2, turn. Dc2tog, 29 Dc, Dc2tog. (31)
Row 3: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 25 Dc ,Dc3tog. (27)
Row 4: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 21 Dc ,Dc3tog. (23)
Row 5: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 17 Dc ,Dc3tog. (19)
Row 6: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 13 Dc ,Dc3tog. (15)
Row 7: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 9 Dc ,Dc3tog. (11)
Row 8: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 5 Dc ,Dc3tog. (7)
Row 3: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog, 1 Dc ,Dc3tog. (3)
Row 3: Ch2, turn, Dc3tog. Fasten Off. (1)
Take your yarn and Slst to the bottom of the first Dc in Row 1. Place 2 Sc in the side of each Dc row you just created. When you get to the point, Ch2 and continue working down the other side. Fasten off.
Slst to the top of the orange C2C square on either side of the bottom of the banner. Working into he Sc row we just made (Dc, Dc, 2dc in the next stitch) Repeat from (to) until you reach the Ch2 space. 3dc in the Ch2 space and continue repeating (Dc, Dc, 2Dc in the next stitch) until the end of the row. Slst to the orange C2C square.
Single Crochet Border – This row is optional but really gives your banner a nice clean look.
Ch 1, work Sc into the top and sides of the C2C squares. I worked 3 sc into the top of the squares and 2 Sc into the side of the squares. (Squares alternate each row). When you reach the corners Ch1 and continue down the next side. When you make it all the way around, slst to the first Sc and fasten off.
Weave in al your ends or use my trick from my Flamingo wallhanging to skip weaving in ends.
I recommend blocking your banner before hanging.
What did you think?
Let me know how you like this free crochet pattern. If you have any questions leave a comment below and I will try and help the best I can. I hope you decide to make a Spooky C2C Crochet Banner. If you do, I would LOVE to see a photo! If you share it on social media be sure to tag me @windingroadcrochet or #windingroadcrochet . I like to share your creations in my Instagram stories!
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4 thoughts on “Halloween Corner to Corner Crochet Banner Free Crochet Pattern”
Can you still access the free written PDF pattern? I know that it says it was in the newsletter but I have only signed up for your newsletter in the last year and this is from 2018. I am fairly new to crochet so I feel it might help me to have the written pattern available.
It is still available. It is located at the very bottom of the printable resource page. Information on how to access that page is in the pink box at the bottom of every newsletter.
Can this be done using single crochet instead of c2c
Yes, but for every square on the C2C chart you will have to work 2 stitches of SC AND 2 rows of SC. I have seen people do this before but it just depends on how comfortable you are converting it. What I would do is work it as double crochet. You would work 2 double crochet for every square on the chart. I actually have a tutorial here: https://www.windingroadcrochet.com/convert-c2c-graph-double-crochet/ on how to do just that.