C2C Giraffe Print Afghan Pattern

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This c2c giraffe print afghan pattern is perfect for cuddling with your little ones.

A c2c (corner to corner) crochet pattern makes it easy to create the cozy blanket in any size you want – including a baby afghan, cuddle-size throw, or full size bedspread!

A grid graph with all stitches clearly marked on it makes this easy for crocheters of every skill level because they can follow along easily.

The corner-to-corner (C2C) format guarantees an even distribution so there's no chance that some areas might not get enough yarn while others have too much leftover; plus following the chart ensures accuracy since rows are labeled according to their color+number beforehand which means less guesswork when counting rounds until completion.

This c2c giraffe print afghan pattern is also the perfect way to show off your love for animals.

This c2c pattern is made of browns, and beiges so it will match almost any decor in your home.

The c2c design makes this afghan easy to crochet because you can follow the graph that has all of the stitches laid out on a grid.

The c2c giraffe print afghan pattern includes instructions on how to easily customize the colors of the yarn.

You'll love this project because of its versatility and ability to result in something that looks unique and beautiful every time!


C2C Giraffe Print Afghan Pattern


Size – 80 X 110 blocks, 2 colors
Gauge for 61″ X 71″ : 10 cm X 10 cm = 9 blocks X 6 rows

8 wpi yarn, 6 mm hook

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C2C Giraffe Print Afghan Pattern
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  1. It would be wonderful if the amounts of yarn needed to create the 61″ X 71″ afghan were listed. Not sure what 8 wpi yarn means and how many of each color? Thank you.

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