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*This free crochet pattern is for a C2C Puzzle Crochet Blanket. A full video tutorial is given for the C2C crochet technique. *

A friend of mine recently had a baby and I wanted to crochet something for her that she could use right away as well as down the road as her child gets older. So I got to work and crocheted this fun and brightly colored puzzle blanket.

In my opinion, you can never have too many blankets. And as the baby gets older, this crochet puzzle blanket can be used as a play mat!

This crochet puzzle C2C blanket pattern is relatively easy compared to some of the more intricate C2C crochet patterns out there. If you’re new to crocheting with colors in C2C, then this is a great C2C crochet pattern to start with.

## Corner-to-Corner Crochet

Well, this C2C (Corner-to-Corner) crochet pattern is not my first C2C crochet pattern. I have designed 39 other C2C crochet patterns.

My ebook includes all 40 C2C crochet patterns and 7 tutorials plus several full-color graphs. You will also learn how to create your own graph! And of course, the ebook also comes with lots of videos.

## Get the PDF of the Crochet Puzzle C2C Blanket Pattern

This crochet puzzle C2C blanket pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.

## More C2C Crochet Patterns

Do you love C2C crochet patterns? Then you might like these also:

**C2C Rose Baby Blanket****C2C****Crochet Book Cover with Pockets****C2C Rainbow Hat with Unicorn Pom****Mini C2C Butterfly Blanket**

So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this fun puzzle C2C blanket pattern.

## How to crochet the

Crochet Puzzle C2C Blanket

### Materials you will need

**WeCrochet “Brava” Yarn (1 skein/ 100g/ 218yd) in the colors:**- Grass (1 skein) – green (g)
- Celestial (2 skeins) – blue (b)
- Canary (1 skein) – yellow (y)
- Red (1 skein) (r)
- White (1 skein) (w)

**5.5mm hook****Scissors****Tapestry needle****Steamer for blocking****Foam boards for blocking**

### Gauge

4 dc C2C pixels x 4 dc C2C pixel = 3 square inches

### Size

30 x 30 inches

### Stitches used in the pattern

Learn all the basic crochet stitches **HERE**

- ch = chain
- sk = skip
- sl st = slip stitch
- dc = double crochet
- C2C = Corner to Corner using dc
- mattress stitch
- blocking tutorial

## Corner-to-Corner Video Tutorial

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### Changing color in C2C

All things considered, changing color in C2C doesn’t have to be hard! As I have said, this particular design is a good one to start with as the color changes aren’t too complex.

By all means, if you’re new to changing color in C2C, it’s best to take the time to read this blog post before you proceed with the pattern.

## Free Written Pattern for the Crochet Puzzle C2C Blanket

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*Although this is a small blanket, the puzzle pieces are similar *squares*, such that you can expand the pixel graph to a bigger or smaller size if you like.*

← Row 1 [RS]: (r) x 1 (1 square)

→ Row 2 [WS]: (r) x 2 (2 squares)

← Row 3 [RS]: (r) x 3 (3 squares)

→ Row 4 [WS]: (r) x 4 (4 squares)

← Row 5 [RS]: (r) x 5 (5 squares)

→ Row 6 [WS]: (r) x 6 (6 squares)

← Row 7 [RS]: (r) x 7 (7 squares)

→ Row 8 [WS]: (r) x 8 (8 squares)

← Row 9 [RS]: (r) x 9 (9 squares)

→ Row 10 [WS]: (r) x 10 (10 squares)

← Row 11 [RS]: (r) x 11 (11 squares)

→ Row 12 [WS]: (r) x 12 (12 squares)

← Row 13 [RS]: (r) x 13 (13 squares)

→ Row 14 [WS]: (y) x 1, (r) x 12, (b) x 1 (14 squares)

← Row 15 [RS]: (b) x 2, (r) x 11, (y) x 2 (15 squares)

→ Row 16 [WS]: (y) x 3, (r) x 10, (b) x 3 (16 squares)

← Row 17 [RS]: (b) x 4, (r) x 9, (y) x 4 (17 squares)

→ Row 18 [WS]: (y) x 5, (r) x 8, (b) x 5 (18 squares)

← Row 19 [RS]: (b) x 4, (r) x 11, (y) x 4 (19 squares)

→ Row 20 [WS]: (y) x 4, (r) x 12, (b) x 4 (20 squares)

← Row 21 [RS]: (b) x 5, (r) x 11, (y) x 5 (21 squares)

→ Row 22 [WS]: (y) x 5, (r) x 3, (y) x 1, (r) x 4, (b) x 1, (r) x 3, (b) x 5 (22 squares)

← Row 23 [RS]: (b) x 6, (r) x 3, (b) x 1, (r) x 3, (y) x 1, (r) x 3, (y) x 6 (23 squares)

→ Row 24 [WS]: (y) x 7, (r) x 2, (y) x 2, (r) x 2, (b) x 2, (r) x 2, (b) x 7 (24 squares)

← Row 25 [RS]: (b) x 12, (r) x 1, (y) x 12 (25 squares)

→ Row 26 [WS]: (y) x 13, (b) x 13 (26 squares)

← Row 27 [RS]: (g) x 1, (b) x 12, (r) x 1, (y) x 12, (b) x 1 (27 squares)

→ Row 28 [WS]: (b) x 2, (y) x 2, (b) x 2, (y) x 7, (r) x 2, (b) x 2, (r) x 2, (b) x 3, (g) x 2, (b) x 2, (g) x 2 (28 squares)

← Row 29 [RS]: (g) x 3, (b) x 1, (g) x 3, (b) x 2, (r) x 3, (b) x 1, (r) x 3, (y) x 6, (b) x 3, (y) x 1, (b) x 3 (29 squares)

→ Row 30 [WS]: (b) x 4, (y) x 1, (b) x 3, (y) x 5, (r) x 4, (b) x 1, (r) x 3, (b) x 1, (g) x 3, (b) x 1, (g) x 4 (30 squares)

← Row 31 [RS]: (g) x 8, (b) x 2, (r) x 8, (y) x 5, (b) x 8 (31 squares)

→ Row 32 [WS]: (b) x 9, (y) x 6, (r) x 7, (b) x 1, (g) x 9 (32 squares)

← Row 33 [RS]: (g) x 9, (b) x 2, (r) x 6, (y) x 7, (b) x 9 (33 squares)

→ Row 34 [WS]: (b) x 8, (y) x 8, (r) x 5, (b) x 5, (g) x 8 (34 squares)

← Row 35 [RS]: (g) x 9, (b) x 4, (r) x 5, (y) x 3, (r) x 1, (y) x 4, (b) x 9 (35 squares)

→ Row 36 [WS]: (b) x 10, (y) x 3, (r) x 1, (y) x 3, (r) x 6, (b) x 3, (g) x 10 (36 squares)

← Row 37 [RS]: (g) x 11, (b) x 2, (r) x 7, (y) x 2, (r) x 2, (y) x 2, (b) x 11 (37 squares)

→ Row 38 [WS]: (b) x 12, (y) x 1, (r) x 12, (b) x 1, (g) x 12 (38 squares)

← Row 39 [RS]: (g) x 13, (r) x 13, (b) x 13 (39 squares)

#### Corner: Start decreasing on both ends

→ Row 40 [WS]: (b) x 12, (g) x 1, (r) x 12, (y) x 1, (g) x 12 (38 squares)

← Row 41 [RS]: (g) x 7, (y) x 2, (g) x 2, (y) x 2, (r) x 2, (y) x 2, (r) x 7, (g) x 2, (b) x 11 (37 squares)

→ Row 42 [WS]: (b) x 10, (g) x 3, (r) x 6, (y) x 3, (r) x 1, (y) x 3, (g) x 1, (y) x 3, (g) x 6 (36 squares)

← Row 43 [RS]: (g) x 5, (y) x 3, (g) x 1, (y) x 4, (r) x 1, (y) x 3, (r) x 5, (g) x 4, (b) x 9 (35 squares)

→ Row 44 [WS]: (b) x 8, (g) x 5, (r) x 5, (y) x 11, (g) x 5 (34 squares)

← Row 45 [RS]: (g) x 4, (y) x 12, (r) x 6, (g) x 2, (b) x 9 (33 squares)

→ Row 46 [WS]: (b) x 9, (g) x 1, (r) x 7, (y) x 11, (g) x 4 (32 squares)

← Row 47 [RS]: (g) x 5, (y) x 8, (r) x 8, (g) x 2, (b) x 8 (31 squares)

→ Row 48 [WS]: (b) x 4, (g) x 1, (b) x 3, (g) x 1, (r) x 3, (g) x 1, (r) x 4, (y) x 9, (g) x 4 (30 squares)

← Row 49 [RS]: (g) x 3, (y) x 10, (r) x 3, (g) x 1, (r) x 3, (g) x 2, (b) x 3, (g) x 1, (b) x 3 (29 squares)

→ Row 50 [WS]: (b) x 2, (g) x 2, (b) x 2, (g) x 3, (r) x 2, (g) x 2, (r) x 2, (y) x 11, (g) x 2 (28 squares)

← Row 51 [RS]: (g) x 1, (y) x 12, (r) x 1, (g) x 12, (b) x 1 (27 squares)

→ Row 52 [WS]: (g) x 13, (y) x 13 (26 squares)

← Row 53 [RS]: (y) x 12, (b) x 1, (g) x 12 (25 squares)

→ Row 54 [WS]: (g) x 11, (b) x 2, (y) x 2, (b) x 2, (y) x 7 (24 squares)

← Row 55 [RS]: (y) x 6, (b) x 3, (y) x 1, (b) x 3, (g) x 10 (23 squares)

→ Row 56 [WS]: (g) x 9, (b) x 4, (y) x 1, (b) x 3, (y) x 5 (22 squares)

← Row 57 [RS]: (y) x 5, (b) x 8, (g) x 8 (21 squares)

→ Row 58 [WS]: (g) x 9, (b) x 7, (y) x 4 (20 squares)

← Row 59 [RS]: (y) x 4, (b) x 6, (g) x 9 (19 squares)

→ Row 60 [WS]: (g) x 8, (b) x 5, (y) x 5 (18 squares)

← Row 61 [RS]: (y) x 4, (b) x 5, (g) x 3, (b) x 1, (g) x 4 (17 squares)

→ Row 62 [WS]: (g) x 3, (b) x 1, (g) x 3, (b) x 6, (y) x 3 (16 squares)

← Row 63 [RS]: (y) x 2, (b) x 7, (g) x 2, (b) x 2, (g) x 2 (15 squares)

→ Row 64 [WS]: (g) x 1, (b) x 12, (y) x 1 (14 squares)

← Row 65 [RS]: (b) x 13 (13 squares)

→ Row 66 [WS]: (b) x 12 (12 squares)

← Row 67 [RS]: (b) x 11 (11 squares)

→ Row 68 [WS]: (b) x 10 (10 squares)

← Row 69 [RS]: (b) x 9 (9 squares)

→ Row 70 [WS]: (b) x 8 (8 squares)

← Row 71 [RS]: (b) x 7 (7 squares)

→ Row 72 [WS]: (b) x 6 (6 squares)

← Row 73 [RS]: (b) x 5 (5 squares)

→ Row 74 [WS]: (b) x 4 (4 squares)

← Row 75 [RS]: (b) x 3 (3 squares)

→ Row 76 [WS]: (b) x 2 (2 squares)

← Row 77 [RS]: (b) x 1 (1 square)

#### Add the border:

R1: crochet single crochet stitches evenly around the edge, adding 3 sc per corner, sl st to the first st

R2: 1 dc per st, and 3 dc in each corner, sl st to the first st

Fasten off and weave in your ends. Then block your blanket.

## Color Graph for the C2C Puzzle Crochet Blanket

Your crochet puzzle C2C blanket is now finished and ready to be proudly displayed in your home!

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