Corner-to-corner technique can be intimidating, but I highly recommend you take the time to master it. It may seem complicated, especially in the moments of rotating your work, but I assure you that once you get it, you will love it. Today’s collection gathers classic patterns for you to start with, so keep it in your library. All of the projects presented here feature the C2C technique, but each in its own unique way. Great C2C Baby Blankets is a collection of inspiration for your home, not only for babies. Use it as a starting point for making your own full-sized blanket, or other project based on this technique.
Such a blanket will be a lovely gift for a baby shower because handmade gifts are very sentimental and important to the receiver. Make yourself a cup of tea, grab your crochet hook and start today, because links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Free Corner-to-Сorner Crochet Baby Blanket Patterns
Fading Rainbow Corner To Corner Baby Blanket
If you want to learn the corner-to-corner technique and adore bright colors, you’ll appreciate this free corner to corner baby blanket pattern. It describes clearly how to make the c2c crochet stitches, and soon you’ll memorize the repeats and afford this technique.
Skills: Easy Designer: Yarnspirations Design Studio
Photos by Yarnspirations / Ravelry.com
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Waves of Grain C2C Blanket
You’ll enjoy crocheting with this corner to corner baby blanket pattern as it is based on the C2C V stitch plus V-puff stitches for a unique texture. The finished size of the blanket is 35 x 35 in or 89 x 89 cm, and you can make both square or rectangular shapes. It’s simply fascinating to try something new, isn’t it?
Skills: Intermediate Designer: Gootie (Agat Rottman)
Photos by Agat Rottman / Ravelry.com
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Infinity Stripes Baby Blanket
I’m excited when a free corner to corner crochet baby blanket patterns comes with the video tutorial because it’s a perfect chance for beginners to learn the c2c crochet technique. And this project is one of them. You’ll learn the process and how to change colors tips, so grab your gear and let’s begin!
Skills: Easy Designer: Vicki Roberts
Photos by Vicki Roberts / Ravelry.com
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Diagonal Filet Crochet Corner To Corner Baby Blanket
Free corner to corner crochet baby blanket patterns usually offer double crochet blocks of stitches, but this one has a different texture because dc stitches worked diagonally. It is still corner to corner baby blanket pattern but with a unique more lacy design. Enjoy!
Skills: Easy Designer: Heather J Anderson
Photos by Heather J Anderson / Ravelry.com
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Baby Brights C2C Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Cascades of diagonal lines are designed strategically to go from purple to yellow and back to purple. These colours look very natural together, and the white background is making them pop even more. This colourful C2C blanket will be perfect for your stroller walks with a baby.
Photos by B.Hooked Crochet / bhookedcrochet.com
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Crochet Casserole C2C Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This stripy design creates dense and structural fabric. It will be perfect for snuggling the baby inside. Take a look at the beautiful and simple border, which you can use in other projects, too! And it looks so nice that it can be a wonderful gift for a newborn.
Photos by Pattern Paradise / pattern-paradise.com
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C2C Chevron Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
You can create a chevron pattern on the C2C blanket, too. Those little pixels truly let you paint them whatever colour you like. Choose your favourite ones and let this afghan fit perfectly in the interior of your kid’s room.
Photos by The Cookie Snob / cookiessnobcrochet.com
Go to the pattern: C2C Chevron Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
C2C Crochet Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
The use of multicoloured speckled yarn in this project is creating a very unusual and interesting pattern. It highlights the natural diagonal striping of the technique. This colour palette reminds me of roses on a lavender field, do you agree? It’s so beautiful!
Photos by Lauren Brett / Ravelry.com
Go to the pattern: C2C Crochet Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Cedar River Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
This blanket was inspired by native designs. It consists of squares, which are made with the C2C technique. An easy and beautiful way to create a pattern! And what is more, you can add more crochet squares to make even a bedcover size. Enjoy!
Photos by Deramores / deramores.com
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Rise and Shine Blanket
Never mind rise and shine 😉 This blanket just screams cuddle up and stay in bed. The playful colors and easy stitch will make this a favorite with crocheting moms and grandmas. A corner-to-corner stitch makes it looks beautiful and at the same time it works up fast, so it will be a good pattern for gifting. A finished blanket is a baby blanket size (24 inches x 24 inches), but it can be easily made bigger.
Skills: Easy Designer: Kara Gunza
Photos by Kara Gunza / petalstopicots.com
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Sleepy Bear Reversible Baby Blanket
This beautiful afghan is a project you will love. Cute and reversible, the Sleepy Bear Blanket is made quickly and easily using the C2C technique, so you definitely have to try it. Brown and beige yarns are used to make this blanket, but of course, you can use any colors you want. Enjoy!
Skills: Easy Yarn: Baby Bee Sweet Delight Designer: Highland Hickory Design
Photos by Highland Hickory Designs / highlandhickorydesigns.com
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Sports Baby Blanket
This colorful gaphgan consists of blocks with a basketball, soccer ball, baseball, and football. You can easily repeat blocks to make them bigger eg. for a bedcover for a toddler or a boy/teenager. In the pattern enclosed, you will find a graph for a whole blanket. Blocks are surrounded by an sc and hdc border and sewn together. The blanket border consists of hdc and sc rows. The pattern is quick and simple if you’ve previously made C2C projects. This is a perfect gift for a baby shower, especially for a sport lovers families.
Skills: Easy to Intermediate Yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn! Designer: Aimee Hardy
Photos by Aimee Hardy / Ravelry.com
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Flower Corners Baby Blanket
Flower Corners Baby Blanket based on the C2C (Corner to Corner) stitch, will be easy to follow if you already known this stitch. Four flowers in squares and a border are joined together to create this beauty. I would like to point your attention to the color of this blanket – it is gender neutral, so it will be perfect both for a baby girl or a baby boy. A link to the free pattern is below.
Photos by Zahraa Altaan / Ravelry.com
Go to the pattern: Flower Corners Baby Blanket