Winter Fox C2C Square Graph

The Winter Fox C2C Square Graph is the first square in my Woodland Winter Wonderland Blanket I will be sharing all fall and winter this year. I will be releasing a new graph every week and revealing the next week’s graph. Next week’s graph will be at the end of this article.

Mr. Fox is a sly little guy that normally likes to keep to himself, but as the weather turns cold he finds it warms his heart to spend time with his woodland friends. He puts on his scarf and ventures out into the snow to join the celebration.

My Woodland Winter Wonderland Corner to Corner (C2C) Crochet Blanket will be made of 6 character squares and 3 rectangles. The scene will be all the woodland creatures coming together to share and celebrate the winter season with gifts and decorations. There will be an optional top and bottom banner as well.

Winter Fox Corner to Corner C2C Crochet Graph | This little crochet fox C2C graph is great as a pillow or in my Woodland Winter Wonderland Corner to Corner Blanket. This is a great project to work on all fall and have ready for Christmas. Crochet a blanket with little woodland creatures.

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Winter Fox C2C Square Graph Materials

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Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Sky Blue – 201 yards or 4.14 ozs

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Terracotta – 57 yards or 1.17 ozs

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, White – 49 yards or 1 ozs

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Fern – 20 yards or 0.4 ozs

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Chocolate Brown – 21 yards or 0.43 ozs

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Black – 3 yards or 0.06 ozs


Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm – This is the size I used and it creates a beautiful tight stitch. Feel free to use whatever hook size give you the look you are going for.
Yarn Needle



I used a size G crochet hook and my 32×32 pixel square measures 16 inches x 16 inches. This will give me a 48 inches x 64 inch blanket when completed. This is  a gauge of 2 squares wide and 2 squares tall = 1 inch Feel free to use a larger hook. I am considering using this square as a pillow and making the rest (and remain this square) with a size H hook. I will update this pattern to reflect the yardage and gauge once I have that information.

How to C2C?

Winter Fox C2C Square Graph | This little crochet fox C2C graph is great as a pillow or in my Woodland Winter Wonderland Corner to Corner Blanket. This is a great project to work on all fall and have ready for Christmas. Crochet a blanket with little woodland creatures.

I find corner to corner crochet is best learned through videos, so I have compiled a playlist of helpful videos for anyone who is looking to learn or wants some tips for making C2C easier! C2C Video Tutorials and Tips

Winter Fox C2C Square Graph

Note: For the picture shown I used the C2C method with Half double crochet stitches instead of double crochet. This gives me a tighter stitch. To use Half Double Crochet just chain 5 instead of 6 when increasing and chain up 2 instead of three.

Printable Graph: Winter Fox

I am so happy with how easy this graph ended up being.

Finishing up Winter Fox Square

To finish my square I Single Crocheted around the edge. To do this you will single crochet into the top or bottom of each stitch and work two single crochet into the sides of each stitch. When I was finished I just stretched my work a little bit until it looked like a square. You can also block the square as well. Are you going to make a Winter Fox? I would love to see your Winter fox, so share it with me on any social media! Just tag me @windingroadcrochet, #windingroadcrochet, or #ourcrochetjourney.  Join my Facebook Group and share your creations with the community at Our Crochet Journey Facebook Group!

Next Square: Big Brown Bear

Brown Bear is waking up from his nap for a day to join his friends in the celebration.


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11 thoughts on “Winter Fox C2C Square Graph”

  1. Such an adorable fox. I have not masters the C2C crochet method just yet. I think any fox is adorable though, not long ago I made my first lovely and it turned out amazing! I made it for someone’s baby but I wanted so bad to keep it!

  2. I made the acorn and now am trying to do the Polar Bear Cub but could not get directions for it. I loved the C2C for the acorn.


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