c2c Monster Blanket Square #7 of 9
The Monster Blanket is an idea I’ve had rolling around my mind for over a year, and finally got around to putting on paper to share with all of you. I will be releasing 1 square every weekend – each featuring a different monster. The end result will be 9 squares that can then be assembled into an adorable blanket.
Another weekend, another Monster!! Life is crazy, but I am having too much fun keeping this project going – the hardest part is deciding what color to make each monster. The struggle is real.
Download is for the graph only. This project assumes you know how to crochet in the C2C (corner to corner) style. If not, learn how via this great tutorial.
Instructions below are for the appliqué pieces you will need to make to complete this square!
Supplies you will need:
-Yarn: You will need an assortment of worsted weight yarn colors to complete this project. The background color I used is Caron One Pound – Robins Egg.
-Hook: Size H (5mm)
-PDF of the C2C Graph – Download here: Monster 7
Abbreviations Used: American Terms
st – stitch
ch – Chain
sl st – Slip Stitch
sc – Single Crochet
hdc – Half Double Crochet
dc – double crochet
tc – Treble Crochet
Eyes: Make 2
Using black yarn Ch 4, sl st into first st to form a loop, ch1
8 sc’s into center of the loop, join with a sl st into the ch stitch at beginning of the round (8 sts)
Attach white yarn and Ch 2 – this counts as first stitch.
2 hdc’s into each st from the previous round, join with a sl st into the first stitch on the round (16 sts)
Bow: Make 1
4 Tr into the first chain stitch (4th from hook)
sl st into same stitch
4 more Tr into the same stich
sl st into same chain one last time
Leave a long tail to wrap around center of bow.
I added a little white stitching to each pupil to give a little sparkle to the eyes.
For this Monster’s mouth, I added a little smile in black yarn using a surface stitch. To learn more about that check out a really great tutorial by The Crochet Crowd here – Click to watch!
I attached the bow at his neck, to make it look like a little bow tie – but you could easily attach to the head for a different look all together!
Come back next week for Monster #8 – we are getting closer and closer to being able to assemble this monstrosity (pun intended.)
All designs are originally created by Stephanie Lewis and copyright protected. For personal use only – please do not sell.