C2C BOBBLE BLANKET
"I love using bobbles to create shapes and patterns, they look great using one color yarn or using multiple colors. They are also reversible and you can push them on either side of the pattern. How do you crochet the diamond bobble pattern? The diamond bobble stitch is a crochet pattern constructed with double crochet and bobble stitches evenly spaced out to form a seamless grid pattern of diagonal stripes. I did a tutorial on how to crochet the bobble stitch before, but today I will show you how to create a treble bobble and how to use it to create the diamond bobble pattern."
This free crochet pattern is for a C2C Butterfly Blanket. This pattern is made using mini C2C which are half double crochet stitches as well as Brava yarn from WeCrochet. The pattern includes a full video tutorial for the mini C2C technique. If you've never done C2C before, don't let it intimidate you! It's fairly simple to get the hang of it once you get a good rhythm going. C2C is a wonderful technique to learn!
"This adorable koala throw would be perfect for any koala bear lover or as a unisex baby gift for the wildlife nursery! Using the mini hdc c2c crochet technique the Approximate finished size: 32” x 37”. Could be made larger just by using the standard dc c2c method. Written row by row instructions included with a complete full color graph provided. Video tutorials included for learning c2c as well - including how to change and carry colors in c2c."
A perfect project for C2C lovers, so be sure to try it. C2C Bunny motif will be perfect as the Easter project, but if you use a neutral colors, it will be nice blanket for a baby shower gift or all year round home decor. A beginners with C2C stitch can make the entire bunny in a solid color to make it easier.
"If you have a Minecraft lover in your life, this is the blanket for them! Based on one of the most popular video games of all times, the Minecraft C2C Crochet Afghan will be appreciated by all fans. The Minecraft Enderman C2C Crochet Block is the third in a 12-part series. If you prefer a smaller blanket, choose 4, 6 or 9 blocks from the list. This block is stitched using standard C2C crochet. Each finished Minecraft block measures approximately 13 inches square and stitches up in about 3 hours for the experienced crocheter."