Heart Balloon C2C Graph

The Heart Balloon C2C graph can be used to make a large potholder or washcloth. This is the February edition of my 12 months of Corner to Corner Crochet. I will be releasing a new graph every month. 

You can find January’s Cup of Cocoa Graph Here!

The Heart Balloon C2C Graph is designed to be easy for beginners trying out C2C crochet graphs or charts. In this post you will find the graph, written chart, and tips for how many bobbins to use and where you will use those bobbins of yarn.

If you are brand new to Corner to Corner Crochet, check out  Corner to Corner for Beginners. There you will find photo and video tutorials for Corner to Corner Crochet, plus practice patterns!

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When doing a corner to corner crochet, I love to use the Printable Yarn Bobbins to keep my project tangle-free!

Of course Corner to Corner crochet is not the only way you can use the Heart Ballon C2C Graph. You could make the graph using the bobble stitch method or with single crochet tapestry crochet.

I have seen someone make my Woodland Wonderland Blanket using 4 Single Crochet for every square on the graph.

Heart Balloon C2C Graph Materials

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76 yards or 1.52 oz of Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie, Caribbean Yarn

40 yards or .85 ozs of Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie, Cherry Yarn

2 yards or .04 ozs of Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie, White Yarn

13 yards or 0.26 oz of Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie, Brite Orange Yarn

Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm


Yarn Needle


Using the C2C Stitch

3 Squares x 3 Sqaures = 2 inches x 2 inches

Finished Size

9 1/2 inches x 9 1/2 inches

Crochet a quick Corner to corner crochet wash cloth or pot holder using this small Heart Balloon C2C graph. This graph works up quickly and is designed to c2c beginners. Get the graph, written chart and suggestions for using yarn bobbins. #c2ccrochet #crochetwashcloth #crochetpotholder

Heart Balloon C2C Graph – Written Graph

Printable Graph – Heart Balloon C2C Graph

How to Read this pattern – R6: 3B, 2R, B = 3 Blue Squares, 2 Red Squares, 1 Blue Square.

B= Blue, R= Red, W = White, O= Orange

R1: B

R2: 2B

R3: B, O, B

R4: 4B

R5: 2B, O, 2B

R6: 6B

R7: B, 3O, 3B

R8: 6B, O, B

R9: B, O, 7B

R10: 8B, O, B

R11: B, O, 9B

R12: 2B, 6R, 2O, 2B

R13: 5B, 6R, 2O, 2B

R14: 2B, R, W, 5R. 5B

R15: 5B, 6R, 3B


R16: 2B, R, W, 5R, 5B

R17: 5B, 6R, 2B

R18: 2B, 6R, 4B

R19: 4B, 3R, 4B

R20: 3B, 4R, 3B

R21: 3B, 3R, 3B

R22: 2B, 4R, 2B

R23: 2B, 3R, 2B

R24: 2B, 2R, 2B

R25: 5B

R26: 4B

R27: 3B

R28: 2B

R29: B

Crochet a quick Corner to corner crochet wash cloth or pot holder using this small Heart Balloon C2C graph. This graph works up quickly and is designed to c2c beginners. Get the graph, written chart and suggestions for using yarn bobbins. #c2ccrochet #crochetwashcloth #crochetpotholder

Bobbin Instructions

Since this was a smaller graph I thought I would share how I used my yarn bobbins. I like to use my Printable Bobbins to keep my yarn from getting tangled.

For this graph I used 2 blue bobbins, 1 red bobbin and 1 orange bobbin. For the white did each square without carrying the yarn to the next row.

I did not map out the red below, because I only used one bobbin for red, I carried my yarn underneath the white. I only had 2 ends to weave in for the red. (Four ends if you include that I bordered the pot holder with red.)

You can of course use as many or as few bobbins as you would like, but this is just how I did it. 

Below I mapped out using different shades where I carried each bobbin.

Heart Balloon C2C Graph
Heart Balloon C2C Graph

Finishing Up the Heart Balloon C2C Graph

To finish this graph and make it into a washcloth I just Single crocheted around the edge. If you don’t know how to add a single crochet border, you can check out my video tutorial or my photo tutorial.

For the washcloth I added the border and wove in my ends and it was done. For the Pot Holder, I made a plain 15×15 C2C square, Single Crocheted a border to that square and the square using the graph and used a running stitch to sew the two together. You can learn more about Sewing Crochet Pieces Together with my video tutorial.

Now you have an adorable new addition to you kitchen!

Are you going to make a Heart Balloon C2C Graph Potholder? I would really like to see your finished piece, take a picture and share it with me on any social media! Just tag me @windingroadcrochet, #windingroadcrochet, or #ourcrochetjourney. Join my Facebook Group and share your creation with the community at Our Crochet Journey Facebook Group!

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Use the free heart balloon corner to corner crochet graph to crochet a pot holder or washcloth. This pattern is designed for beginners with a written chart and more. #c2ccrochet #cornertocornercrochet
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  1. I want to sign up for the newsletter so that I don’t miss a thingh. I LOVE c2c graphans especially for kids. So please keep me updated with whatever mischief you’re brewing.


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