• This C2C Christmas Blanket Crochet Pattern Is The Perfect Gift: Family-Friendly Afghan

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    Crochet blankets are perfect for Christmas because they're warm, cozy and you can make them any size that you like!

    This specific pattern is called the C2C blanket (corner to corner) which means it uses simple crochet stitches to create a large afghan or throw.

    The animal patterns within this project are all Christmas-themed but there's no reason why you couldn't use other colors and themes if you wanted.

    This corner to corner (C2c) crochet blanket is the perfect gift for any occasion!

    The vibrant colors make it perfect for a baby shower or as a Christmas present.

    Plus, it's easy to crochet and doesn't require any complicated stitches.

    Follow the simple instructions to create your own C2c crochet blanket today!



    C2C Christmas Blanket Crochet Pattern

    Looking for the perfect gift for that special person in your life?

    Why not crochet them a blanket!

    This Corner to Corner (C2c) Crochet Blanket is easy to make and will keep your loved one warm all winter long.

    Plus, it's sure to put a smile on their face every time they see it.

    So why not give it a try?

    You may just surprise yourself with how much you enjoy crocheting this beautiful blanket.

    “I had so much fun designing and crocheting this corner to corner (c2c) Christmas blanket! From top to bottom and left to right the animals are a llama, sloth, reindeer and a French Bulldog. Which is your favorite? Let me know over on Instagram! I love all of them but I think the reindeer is my favorite..”

    crochet hook: G/4 mm
    yarn: I used Red Heart Super Saver. See each c2c crochet blanket
    square pattern for specic
    tapestry needle
    locking stitch markers

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    Thanks to Melissa Hassler for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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