Thank you for considering one of our Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet graphs and instructions. All of our graph patterns are delivered in a pdf format that includes a full size graph, a graph scaled down to print on one page, a color coded row by row word chart, a black and white word chart and basic instructions for the C2C. So whether you prefer to work from a graph or hate the counting and like it written out, this pattern has both.
Pattern also has a page that gives additional measurements and yarn requirements for Sport or Baby #2 yarn using either hook F, G or H - Light Worsted Weight Yarn #3 using either hook F, G or H - Medium Worsted Weight Yarn #4 using either hook G, H or I so you can find the right size for you.
There are also a couple of great video links showing how to use bobbins when doing a corner to corner (C2C) and some suggestions on different borders if you choose to add one.
If you need assistance with understanding part of the pattern, please feel free to contact us, we are happy to help!
You may keep, give away or sell any items you make from our patterns but we do ask that you don't share any of our paid patterns.
Thank you and Happy Crocheting!
What you need:
• Medium Worsted Weight #4: Black 37oz, White 19oz, Red 10oz, Yellow 10oz, Orange 4oz, Green 3oz, Purple 2oz and Blue 1oz
• Hook = size I
• Yarn Needle
• Yarn Bobbins
Size: 71” x 71”
Gauge: 10 Rows = 9”
Blocks: 79 x 79
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We do accept requests and you can submit a request here: https://thecrochetcouch.com/requests
I get asked this a LOT! I'm sorry, but this is my full time job. I really don't have time to "train the competition" so to speak. All I can say is GOOGLE! There are a lot of resources out there.
Another question I get asked a lot. I'm sorry but I'm unable to do this. As stated the word charts take 3-6 hours to complete. I would be unable to sell a word chart for someone else's graph in my shop so if I charged an hourly rate it would make the pattern too expensive.
There are a couple of ways to vary the size of afghans using C2C. There is standard C2C which uses dc, mini C2C which uses hdc and micro C2C which uses sc. You can also vary your hook size and your yarn weight. If none of these work for you, you can submit a request at https://thecrochetcouch.com/requests - Please submit the request BEFORE you purchase as there is no guarantees that your size request can be done.
While all graphs "can" be done in sc or c2c or even tss......size is a big consideration. My gauge for C2C is 8" for 10 rows.....gauge for mini C2C is 6" for 10 rows....gauge for sc and tss is 3" per row.
So a graph that is made for C2C "can" be done in sc but it will be less than half the size stated. You are welcome to submit a request for a c2c to be converted to sc but please realize you will lose a lot of the detail. Requests can be submitted here: https://thecrochetcouch.com/requests
Although we appreciate that you like our graph/pattern format we absolutely can not do this. No, not even if you pay us :(
We can not work on another designer's graph and then sell it to you. First....you would have to share the pattern with us and that is not permitted by most designers. Second....we couldn't sell that pattern in our shop because it's not ours so it wouldn't be financially viable for us to work on it.