Well we have finally reached the last part of the Woodland winter Wonderland C2C Blanket. This last part is completely optional. I have created a top and bottom banner to use to edge your blanket. Look at the charts below for inspiration on how to use these banners.
There are two banner charts. The first says Winter Wonderland and the second is lots of snow flakes. I have also included a some corner pieces in case you want to make a banner for every side of the blanket.
Quick disclaimer, I have not worked these charts up myself. With the holiday season here I am working on a ton of patterns and projects and just ran out of time to make samples of these borders.
Check out some of the projects I have shared below:
C2C Graphs Materials
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Feel free to change the colors of the scarf and present it to any color you want. It is a great way to use up leftover yarn in Vanna’s Choice. I kept the presents and scarves the same throughout the project to minimize the number of colors needed.
Crochet Hook, Size H, 5.0mm – Used for Blanket
For this banner I used a size H hook. You should end up with a Banner roughly 58″x6″.
How to C2C?
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!
A Solution to Tangled Yarn!
I have been working on these C2C Woodland Critters for the last few months and I have had quite a few tangled messes to deal with!
Well I have finally found a simple solution and I want to share it with you. I have designed a Yarn Bobbin that is printable and available for free to all my newsletter subscribers!
Check out the Yarn Bobbin Tutorial to learn how to quickly make these bobbins and how to use them. They will can prevent so much frustration. I wish I had thought of them sooner. Check it out!.
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More ways to use this C2C Graphs
Corner to corner is not the only way this chart can be used! You can use this graph with the granny square pixel method to create a blanket using a single graph. You can also do tapestry crochet and use single crochet stitches to make a smaller square. The bobble stitch graph method is also very popular lately. These graphs would look great as a wall hanging or for the front of a winter tote!
These banners would make beautiful table runners.
Top and Bottom Banners Graphs
Note: For the pictures 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.
Quick note about my graphs! I do start in the bottom left corner.
Printable Graph: Top and bottom banner Graph
Finishing up the C2C Graphs
To finish my rectangle 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.
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