Thursday, February 6, 2020

"The One" Heart C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

Okay, Valentine's day is just around the corner. That means LOVE is in the air! Everyone is thinking about what to get for their loved ones... chocolate, flowers... or maybe a crochet blanket! Not only is this design great for Valentine's day, but it can be made as a baby blanket for any friend or family member! Hearts don't only mean romantic love, but also mean friendship love, familial love, and really, it should just be human love. This is why I named this blanket "The One" Heart Blanket... because it goes out to the ONE who has your heart, be it a lover, child, grandchild, or friend. I hope you enjoy this design!





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Materials needed to complete the blanket:
Gauge:
Gauge not essential, C2C Crochet a triangle 8 blocks high. If your triangle measures 5.5” tall, your project will end up being 39”x 48”. If your triangle measures 6.5” tall, your project will end up being 47”x 58”.



Written Instructions:
If you are interested in receiving written out row-by-row color counts for this blanket, I have a PDF version for sale that include right handed and left handed versions.

Click here to purchase the PDF written out instructions!

Free Graph:


Here you can find the FREE graph for this C2C blanket:




(right click and select "save image as" to download it at full size)

With this graph, you can make it in the colors listed, or exchange one for another. You could do a completely different color scheme and I'm sure it would look awesome!

Not sure how to use the graph or written instructions?

I have an awesome resource page that links to several of my favorite Youtube Videos!


Click here to go to the resource page!


I hope that you enjoy this pattern! Remember to tag me on Facebook or Instagram to show me your finished products!

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Double Chevron Stripe C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

Here is a different take on the chevron design. It is a little less...chevrony, if that's even a word. By that I mean that the chevron shape is more elongated and less sharp. But the fun stripes really make this pattern stand out! You get a fun color combination and this blanket will look totally gorgeous!!



*Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase an item through one of the links on this site, I may receive a small percentage of that sale at no additional cost to you. See my full disclosure policy.Thank you for helping support this blog!


Materials needed to complete the blanket:
Gauge:
Gauge not essential, C2C Crochet a triangle 8 blocks high. If your triangle measures 5.5” tall, your project will end up being 38”x 46”. If your triangle measures 6.5” tall, your project will end up being 46”x 56”.



Written Instructions:
If you are interested in receiving written out row-by-row color counts for this blanket, I have a PDF version for sale that include right handed and left handed versions.

Click here to purchase the PDF written out instructions!

Free Graph:


Here you can find the FREE graph for this C2C blanket:



(right click and select "save image as" to download it at full size)

With this graph, you can make it in the colors listed, or exchange one for another. You could do a completely different color scheme and I'm sure it would look awesome!

Not sure how to use the graph or written instructions?

I have an awesome resource page that links to several of my favorite Youtube Videos!


Click here to go to the resource page!


I hope that you enjoy this pattern! Remember to tag me on Facebook or Instagram to show me your finished products!

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Crosshatch C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

This is a really fun design for someone who is interested in a challenging corner to corner blanket. Be warned that this one has a LOT of color changes, and I highly recommend you carry your yarn so that each bar is one strand of yarn. That way you can pre-cut five strands to make bobbins for each block. You'll be using a LOT of bobbins for this blanket! Are you up for the challenge?


Friday, January 17, 2020

Boxed Up C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

Geometric designs just HAVE MY HEART. I love the simplicity of the design even though it LOOKS complicated. I just love it! This design is a variation of my CORNERED blanket design, that I just could not get out of my head! If I move the lines this way or that... what will it look like? What if I flip this part, would that look good? But seriously, I scored with this design. It came together so nicely (actually a lot better than I imagined it would), and I am so excited to share this design with you.


Thursday, January 16, 2020

Cornered C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

Here we have a REALLY FUN geometric design. I've been playing around a lot with stripes and I've loved every design I came up with. The inspiration for this one came from the Crossroads C2C Blanket when I decided to change it up to a two-toned design and I F.E.L.L. I.N. L.O.V.E. Each stripe can be completed with one bobbin so it wouldn't be too hard to prep for what looks like a complicated design. I may even make this our next CAL project! I seriously love it that much, guys! I hope you like it too!


Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Fading Chevron C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

My Fading Diamonds C2C Blanket is one of my more popular C2C patterns on my website. So I thought it might be fun to combine the fading feature with a different pattern. So I combined it with the chevron zig zag to get this design result! I really liked how it turned out, so I hope you enjoy it!


Friday, January 10, 2020

Ascend C2C Blanket - FREE GRAPH

Here is a really fun geometric design that points you upwards! The colors here are SO FUN and bright. I love geometric designs because they look so clean and organized. Initially, I had a hard time deciding the middle color for the triangles. I thought about using white or gray instead, but I finally decided to use a peach instead, and I am thrilled with the way the colors look together!