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Panda Emoji Square

If you're like me and my kiddos, you might use a lot of emojis in your test messages. I was scrolling through the various emoji images a few weeks ago and it occurred to me that the animal faces would make perfect corner to corner (c2c) squares! These square graphs are the perfect size for baby loveys, pillow covers (although I'd recommend going down a hook size to an H/5mm), one square of a larger blanket, one side of a tote bag, or as wall art (just add a dowel rod and hang it up!).

Panda Emoji Square 

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C2c Jaguar

"If you're looking for corner to corner crochet animal patterns, look no further! This adorable corner to corner (C2C) Jaguar is just one of six Jungle 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 Jaguar 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 & free corner to corner animal graphs are perfect for beginner crocheters."C2c Jaguar

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Heart Pixel Art Square

Though a little time consuming, pixel art projects are so fun! I think I like most that it kind of resembles a quilt, but also that it uses my favorite join-as-you method – the Pull Loop Through Method! Makes for an easy join, and no worrying about how to assemble later – can’t say I enjoy sewing squares together. BUT! If you do, you could always make the squares separately, and then use the mattress stitch (or your preferred technique) to join them later. WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS SQUARE? It’s the perfect size for a 16″ throw pillow, use it as an afghan square, and build a blanket, add more squares all around to make a larger blanket, use it as a doily, attach it to a dowel rod, and hang it, use it as the star of the show for a sweater/top, even changing up the weight of yarn used will open doors!Heart Pixel Art Square

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Elf Square

My second Christmas graph is an Elf. Did you know that Elves became linked with Santa Claus in the 1823 poem known today as "The Night Before Christmas"? In that poem, Santa Claus is referred to as a "jolly old elf". Today, we think of elves like they are depicted in the movie Elf (one of our family's favorites!); working hard in the North Pole making toys for children. These squares are the perfect size for baby loveys, pillow covers, one square of a larger blanket, one side of a tote bag, or as wall art.

Elf Square

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Emoji Crochet Granny Square

Bring some modern fun and style to your crochet granny square practice with this emoji crochet granny square pattern. Just make a simple base of the granny square and then add a crocheted emoji on the top and your granny square is ready to rock so many your crochet items in a chic and fun way. Details here!Emoji Crochet Granny Square

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Sassy Bunny C2C Square

How adorable is this Sassy Bunny Corner to Corner Square? This C2C square is the first in the C2C "Animals" series from, My Hobby is Crochet. You can use them in various ways: you can make a decorative pillow cover or you can join several squares to make blankets or other decorative items. The pattern includes basic instructions for the hdc corner to corner box stitch, Graph for the Sassy Bunny C2C Square and also row by row written instructions for color counts.

Sassy Bunny C2C Square

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