Thursday, July 5, 2018

Herringbone C2C Blanket - Free Graph

After finishing the HeartSprinkle CAL, I had to immediately begin another blanket. I was HOOKED on the C2C technique. I immediately designed my first C2C blanket, and I decided to make it a super cute Herringbone pattern!

I got to work right away, and I was able to get through it pretty quickly. I like to crochet when I am waiting for my kids during piano lessons, and while my husband reads stories to them before bed.

I was able to make a lot of progress and when I got to this point I had a LOT OF BOBBINS. I needed a lot of white bobbins, I think I grossly underestimated how much white I needed. I think I had to go back to the store twice to get another ball of white. You better believe it that I'll be stocking up on white next time they go on SALE!

I got to this point and realized I made an error, and I spent two days fixing the mistake I made. Can you spot it in this picture? Luckily, it was just a short delay and I was able to finish my masterpiece in time!

The colors just turned out FANTASTIC. And it is just a beautiful, lightweight blanket that we will all enjoy!

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Materials needed to complete the blanket:

Size I Crochet Hook (5.5MM) (This is the set I use: Boye 6-Piece Aluminum Crochet Hook Set)
1 Skein Dark Blue (I used Caron’s Simply Soft Dark Country Blue)
1 Skein Bone (I used Caron’s Simply Soft Bone)
1 Skein Peach (I used Caron’s Simply Soft Strawberry)
1 Skein Gray (I used Caron’s Simply Soft Grey Heather)
4 Skeins White (I used Caron’s Simply Soft White)
Yarn Needle

Gauge not essential, C2C Crochet a triangle 8 blocks high. If your triangle measures 5.5” tall, your project will end up being 38”x50”.

Written Instructions:
If you are interested in receiving written out instructions for this blanket, I have a PDF version for sale that includes right handed and left handed versions.

Free Graph:

Here you can get the FREE graph for this design:

(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!