10 Fun and Free C2C Crochet Patterns

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Once you learn basic C2C crochet, you can use the technique to make blankets, useful crochet projects, or even garments! For an extra challenge, try it in the round or in a spiral.

Corner-to-corner (C2C) crochet is a versatile technique. Because it’s made in diagonal rows of double crochet blocks, it’s popular for graphgans. But you can do so much more with C2C crochet!

This collection of patterns includes corner-to-corner crochet blankets, scarves, home decor, a fun game, and even a sweater! By changing up the yarn weight and content, you can all sorts different effects, all from one stitch.

Did you know you can also work C2C in multiple ways? Some of the patterns in this roundup use the C2C stitch in the round or in a spiral. Once you know how to do the corner-to-corner technique, you can try different C2C stitches to keep things interesting.

Whether you’re just getting started with C2C crochet or you’re looking for challenge, I’ve included patterns of different skill levels as well. Start with a small project, like the coasters. Then, if find you love C2C crochet, you can level up your crochet skills with C2C in the round or colorwork.

10 C2C Crochet Patterns

10 Easy C2C Crochet Patterns

This selection of C2C crochet patterns has something for just about everyone. Whether you prefer to make a practical item, a fashionable garment, or a fun crochet home decor accent, you’ll find a pattern for you.

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If you’ve never done C2C crochet before, don’t worry. I explain everything in my free C2C tutorial. And if you’re already familiar with corner-to-corner but you want to try colorwork for the first time, you can learn how to read a C2C graph here.

If you prefer ad-free C2C crochet patterns and tutorials, that are also printer-friendly, check out “Crochet C2C Made Easy” here.

C2C Pocket Shawl

With this pretty pocket shawl, you can make a fashion statement while warming your neck and your hands at the same time. Since the color changes are simple, it’s a great pattern to practice changing colors in C2C.

You can find the free pattern for the C2C POCKET SHAWL on my website.

Free C2C Pocket Shawl Crochet Pattern

Cat-Bunny Reversible C2C Crochet Bag-Pillow

With this one-of-a-kind reversible bag-pillow, you can show off a cute kitty or a bunny. It also has a pouch to carry your favorite book. The panels are made from simple C2C squares with added embellishments to make the adorable animal faces.

Get the CAT BUNNY CROCHET BAG PILLOW pattern and graphs for free from my website!

C2C Nine Men’s Morris Game Bag

This beginner-friendly C2C crochet drawstring bag converts into a game board and stores all of the pieces for a Nine Men’s Morris Game. So you can take the fun along with you wherever you go.

It’s made from a single C2C square, with no color changes. You will also have the opportunity to make a drawstring, practice surface crochet, and make circles in the round.

You can get the FREE C2C CROCHET GAME BAG PATTERN right here on my blog!

Nine Men's Morris C2C Game Bag Pattern

Colin Drew C2C Coasters

If you just want to dip your toe in the water of C2C crochet, these coasters make a great small beginner project.

More experienced crocheters can experiment with yarns and end up with a practical item to use around the house.

Get the free pattern FROM THIS BLOG.

Colin Drew Coasters by Eye Love Knots

I Love Football Pillow

Support your favorite team (or your favorite fan!) with this fun football pillow. It features a C2C panel that looks like a football, backed with a granny square in team colors.

If you prefer to use only C2C, you make football panels for both sides.

FOLLOW THIS LINK to find the pattern.

I Love Football Pillow by MadameStitch

Caspian Blanket

This colorful, yet simple crochet blanket uses the diagonal box stitch to make a C2C rectangle. Then, it’s finished off with a ribbed border.

You don’t have to worry about following a graph, since this blanket’s stripes come from self-striping yarn. Of course, it would also look gorgeous in a solid, if that’s more to your taste.

Get the free pattern by FOLLOWING THIS LINK.

Caspian Blanket by A Crocheted Simplicity

Nordic Reindeer Dishcloth

Add some holiday charm to your kitchen with this C2C crochet Nordic reindeer dishcloth! Its pattern is reminiscent of cozy Christmas sweaters but it’s pretty enough to use it all winter.

Sport-weight cotton yarn makes this square the perfect size and thickness for a dishcloth.

FOLLOW THIS LINK for the free dishcloth pattern.

Nordic Reindeer Dishcloth by Raffamusa Designs

Owl C2C Crochet Scarf

This beginner-friendly owl scarf has minimal color changes and makes a great intro to colorwork in corner-to-corner crochet.

You follow the simple C2C chart to make the adorable owl faces. Then, finish it the scarf with colorful fringe accents that make the owl’s ear tufts. So cute!

You can get the free C2C crochet pattern and chart BY CLICKING HERE.

Owl C2C Crochet Scarf by Nana's Crafty Home

Spiral C2C Blanket

This colorful blanket showcases a different way to work C2C. It’s worked in a spiral, with sections of color that are five blocks wide.

It uses a rainbow of colors so it’s a great stashbuster. And because it’s made from the center out, you can keep going until the blanket is whatever size you want. The pattern includes detailed photos and a video tutorial.

CLICK HERE to get the C2C blanket pattern.

Spiral C2C Blanket by Llama Unraveled

Corner-to-Corner Cocoon

This striking cocoon cardigan uses a variation of the classic corner-to-corner. C2C in the round grows from the center out. You just make one large C2C square and add edging to make a collar and cuffs.

Get the free pattern in petite, one size, or plus size by CLICKING HERE.

Corner to Corner Cocoon by Heart Hook Home

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