Weaving in the ends is an opportunity to tidy up any areas of your project where you’d like the individual tiles to be more visually connected. 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.
The first two decrease rows are shown in grey below. This just works like a traditional c2c decrease (and always goes super fast!). I have changed back to the grey yarn to show you where the decrease is placed.
There’s nothing like a squishy baby to get my creative juices flowing. If you’d like to crochet smaller blanket, here are some C2C crochet baby blanket patterns. Here are more ideas for adding creative borders to finish your corner to corner projects.
Work the last stitch in the old color, but stop crocheting right before you pull through the last two loops of the stitch. C2C graphs are grids that show you which yarn colors to work in each tile. Each square in the chart represents one C2C tile. Crochet hook.Choose a hook that is the appropriate size for your yarn.
This is the same place at which the desired width is achieved. At this point, you’ll begin decreasing by one tile per row until you’ve reached the final tile in the upper left corner of the pt raghunath murmu graph. Keep growing your square by repeating the steps for Row 3, adding one more block each time. Do this until the row that you’re on is the length you want the finished square to be.
This is the same as the portrait shaped rectangle. However, the decreases are on the opposite sides of the graph from the “portrait” style. The graph below will create a rectangle “landscape” shape.
If you are interested in learning more about Corner-to-Corner you can check out Sarah Zimmerman’s Corner-to-Corner class on Annie’s. Then there is theHeart Throb Blanket, another FREE pattern from Red Heart. You can see all of the FREE Corner-to-Corner patterns that Red Heart has on their website.
But what if you want to make a rectangle instead? You can even turn your own designs into C2C charts. You can create your own chart with simple graph paper and colored pencils, or with a website like Stitch Fiddle.
The chain 6 at the beginning of each row is creating an increase of one square for that row. Both these Practice patterns only use the C2C increase and have an optional Single Crochet border detail. Corner to Corner crochet can be used to make a triangle, square, or rectangle piece. Those pieces can then be sewn together to make countless items. Work 2htr in each space along until you reach the start of the round. Work 2htr, ch2 in the corner where you started and ss into the beg-ch.