"If you're looking for corner to corner crochet animal patterns, look no further! This adorable corner to corner (C2C) Zebra is just one of six Safari animal patterns that I am designing for a corner to corner graphghan. If you're not up to the task of crocheting six animal graphs, you could easily turn this Zebra graph into wall art or a large pillow. Just follow the instructions from my Fox pattern if you choose to make a pillow. These fun and free corner to corner animal graphs are perfect for beginner crocheters. "
"As you guys know by now, I love c2c crochet projects! I am especially excited about my latest free crochet baby blanket pattern: my Safari Animals baby blanket. Each of the 6 crochet animals is a c2c crochet blanket square. Pictured top to bottom and left to right, the animals are: hyena, elephant, zebra, lion, giraffe and hippo. If you're not up to the task of crocheting six animal graphs, you could easily turn any of the c2c crochet blanket squares into a crochet pillow. Just follow the instructions from my Fox pattern."
If you are looking for a fun creative chevron blanket to make, then you must make the Buttons Blanket crochet pattern. This blanket is a super fun blanket to make and it looks very unique and you can customize the blanket anyway you like. This blanket uses simple crochet stitches to work up with a few advanced stitches but don't worry I explain how to work those special stitches. Get ready to get hooked on the Buttons Blanket
The Starburst blanket is a great stash busting project. Get all your scrap yarn together and get started on this blanket. It takes a classic granny square pattern and elevates it with color changes and spike stitches. This pattern has pictures for every row so you are sure to get the pattern right. This pattern is also easy to adapt to different yarn weights, and because you are using granny squares you can choose how big or small you want to make it.
The Unicorn Bricks Baby Blanket is a knit-look reversible baby blanket featuring two different looks! While on the right side you'll have a lovely brick stitch pattern, on the wrong side you'll get a pretty striped ribbed pattern, similar to knitted Brioche. Don't worry about having to many tails to weave in! There are not! The blanket is worked combining a solid white color yarn with a striped yarn. You will not cut the yarns at the end of the rows, but carry them up from row to row along one side of the blanket. Get your supplies and start working on this gorgeous crochet blanket!